I am...deeply uncomfortable with the fact that this week means there are only ten more weeks left in the year 2020
No thank you!!!
Hey!! It's CanCon weekend! That feels significant (and not just because I didn't finish my reading in time shooooooooosh). Kind of a sad reminder that we're all still living in this very strange world where friends only exist online and not in real life.
Hmm. Now I've just made myself a little sad. But, hey, you know what'll cheer me up? Reviewing some books! What's on the list for this week? Parable of the Sower? Err........
Well...so much for my goal to read all my CanCon 2019 books before CanCon 2020...oops? They're in my list! In the meantime, enjoy my "continuing to be swamped by the library holds" reviews...
Spoooooooooky month is here!
I have not chosen particularly spooky titles for this week. Or, come to think of it, for the next few. Sorry! You gotta check out my podcast for that kind of theming (/shameless plug).
Been a hell of a week, hasn't it?
It feels a little like most weeks are, indeed, hells of weeks, but this past week especially.
Hang in there. At the very least, I've got too good recs for you this time.
I have officially lost all control of my library holds list, if you're wondering where I'm at this week.
Also, even though Can*Con isn't happening in its usual capacity this year, I still feel a distinct need to actually read the books I bought at last year's Can*Con before the weekend that would normally host the end this year. So like, mid-October.
Wish me luck on trying to balance that goal with also reading through the books I've gotten from the library!
I think I've reflected on this before, but it is genuinely wild to be so far through this year and this challenge and still have SO MANY UNREAD BOOKS.
As I'm writing this I have SIX BOOKS out from the library, in addition to all the unread books on my shelves.
Sincerest apologies to anyone I actually know whose books I have yet to get to.
Don't like that.
Don't like that one bit.
Last week of August, hmm?
What a fuckin' month it has been, my dudes.
*continues to vibrate off into the distance*
This sure was a weird couple of books to read in one week, huh?
On one level, they're not that dissimilar - they're both horror-ish, at least, which is something? I'm genuinely unsure of what else would have paired better. At least they are alike in being extremely unique reading experiences, and I can't imagine pairing either, but particularly Jones' book, with something fluffier.
This is what happens when your reading schedule is determined largely by the library holds.
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