My schedule has fluctuated massively in the last few weeks.
With new Tuesday classes, weekly dinners, and church events, I feel like I’m busy all the time.
I’m getting a rare night in to recalibrate and get some reading done.
Writing-wise, my brain is broken, so I’ve been stacking up the book tags.
I’ve seen this tag around the blogosphere.
Today, I finally participate.
Continue reading “Spring Cleaning Book Tag: 2019 Edition”
This month, I read books hyped books from my TBR. I expected to be blown away by every book I read.
For the most part, I was. I loved almost all of the books I read this month.
In fact, I positively reviewed 75% of the books I read.
THAT’S AN IMPRESSIVE PERCENTAGE.
In that remaining 25%, though, were some disappointing reads. I DNFed almost all of the following books in protest.
Here are my top 5 most disappointing reads this month. Continue reading “Top 5 Most Disappointing January Reads”
My birthday came and went with minimal angst.
I spent a nice weekend with my parents. On the actual day, some friends took me out for dinner and improv.
Oh, and I got a ton of books. Continue reading “Birthday Book Haul”
I left Seattle on Friday with the best of intentions.
You may recall my plan to finish my Bremerton library books, turn them in, and start on backlist books.
I have, after all, at least a dozen partially-read books, a hefty stack of recent purchases, and an embarrassing number of unread Powell’s finds. Continue reading “Lauren’s Poor Impulse Control: The Great January Readathon”
Fact: I hate stepping out of my comfort zone.
Fact: great posts by Avery and Literary Huntress convinced me to do this tag anyway. Continue reading “Out of My Comfort Zone Book Tag”