All of this week's arrivals were purchased by moi. I definitely need to read faster.
This week's arrivals:
- The Chimes by Anna Small
- Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change by George Marshall (recommended by eldest son, who has heard the author speak)
- Tales of Accidental Genius: Stories by Simon Van Booy (purchased 'cause I buy everything Simon writes, of course!)
Posts since last week's malarkey:
- Sloth Slept On by Frann Preston-Gannon (book review)
- Illuminae by Kaufman and Kristoff (book review)
- Fiona Friday - Not quite the doppelganger (cat photo)
Books finished since last week:
- The Dust that Falls from Dreams by Louis de Bernières - Totally fell in love with this book, a story of love, war, and friendship.
- Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline (rereading for F2F discussion)
- Sherlock Chronicles by Steve Tribe (will be reading this for quite some time)
Yesterday was the first day I've taken off from writing since NaNoWriMo began. I'm a terrible sleeper and was feeling the effects of a rough night, so I decided to just pay bills, do a little housework, and take a nap. Fortunately, today I met my goal for the day.
In other news:
Oh, hmm, I guess that's about it. Hopefully, I'll get around to watching the second episode of Sherlock, tonight, so I can move on to reading about the third one in Sherlock Chronicles. I love that book. Seriously, if you're a Sherlock fan, you must track down a copy.
Since I'm done writing, I'm off to read a bit. Maybe hang out with my little fur sweethearts.
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