Happy Sunday, bibliophiles! I hope this week has treated you all well.
It’s nice to be back to blogging, and I think I’m finally back in the right headspace academic-wise to be back again. I mentioned a little of what I’ve been up to in my back from the void post, but it’s definitely been a good week.
Aside from…well, y’know, having to write lab reports and take some tests at the end of the week, it was a good week leading up to break. Lately, my weeks have revolved around the new episodes of Fargo coming on Monday nights, and Noah Hawley blessed us with “East/West,” which was, without question, my favorite episode of the season. So that’s been on my mind for the whole week. I read some decent books from the library, and got a bunch more when I went back on Thursday, so I’m fully stocked up for break. We watched Blood Simple on Friday night too, and that was thoroughly enjoyable.
Something I failed to mention (and probably shouldn’t have, since it would have made the post painfully long) in the last post was NaNoWriMo! I’m at about 70% to my goal of 35,000 words by the end of the month (I’m still in the Young Writer’s Program, so I’m working my way up to 50,000 so I’ll be prepared once I graduate). At this stage, I’m getting to a part in the WIP that I’m liking, but I’m worried that it’s going to be too short. I feel like this happens with everything that I write, so I suppose I’m prepared, but it’s still not a pleasant feeling. We’ll see how it goes.
WHAT I READ THIS WEEK:
Crownchasers–Rebecca Coffindaffer (⭐️⭐️⭐️.5)
Blazewrath Games–Amparo Ortiz (⭐️⭐️⭐️)
Girls Like Us–Randi Pink (⭐️⭐️⭐️)
Feeder–Patrick Weekes (DNF–⭐️)
All the Light We Cannot See–Anthony Doerr (for book club) (⭐️⭐️⭐️.75, rounded up to ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
THE ONE, LONELY POST I MADE THIS WEEK:
…AND THE ONE, LONELY SONG THAT WENT ALONG WITH IT:
CURRENTLY READING/TO READ NEXT WEEK:
How to Write One Song–Jeff Tweedy
Six Angry Girls–Adrienne Kisner
Clap When You Land–Elizabeth Acevedo
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?–Philip K. Dick
I Love This Part–Tillie Walden
Kingdom of Souls–Rena Barron
Music from Another World–Robin Talley
That’s it for this (very short) week in blogging! Have a wonderful rest of your day, and take care of yourselves!