Sunday Post Meme"
Morning readers! It's a gloomy, rainy morning here so it's basically the perfect time to blog. I've got a warm cup of coffee by my side and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is on TV. Not too much new to report since my last reading update. The fall sports season has ended leaving my nights much more open then they have been. You would think that means more reading time but it hasn't. Instead, I feel like that has meant more time on Litsy and Twitter. Definitely more television time! I need to focus on being online less and reading more. It is hard though to strike that perfect balance. I haven't been blogging (obviously) since I haven't posted in two weeks. Oh well, one of these days I will find time to do it all. LOL!
My husband and I finished season two of Stranger Things last night. It was basically amazing and UGH- how am I to wait now for season 3??? I can see a series rewatch in my future just to tide me over as I absolutely adore this show. Reading wise I've only finished one book since my last update. It was 500 plus pages so that makes me feel a bit better but really I need to work on finding more reading time or I'm not even going to finish 60 books in 2017. That might be my lowest number of reads since I first started keeping track. (I could be wrong about that - I will have to check). Anyways I finished the following:
I'm now currently reading the following:
Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant is my current kindle read. It is also about mermaids and I basically love it already for that reason alone. Grant can just spin a tale (she wrote the Newsflesh books which I adore) so I'm loving this so far. I'm not as far in as I would like to be but hopefully I will get more reading time in this week. Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie is my next print read. It has been years since I read anything by Christie (shame on me) but I couldn't resist grabbing this one from the library seeing as the movie is releasing soon. I'm really looking forward to it as well!
Nonfiction November is here and you might notice that I didn't include Searching for Sunday in my currently reading list. It had to go back to the library unfinished so now I need to figure out a new nonfiction read. I really should pick one from my own shelves since these tend to take me a little bit longer to finish. But there are also SO many good sounding books that I'm probably going to request one from the library. I was thinking about one of these:
If you could pick one of these to read next - which one would you recommend? These are just four of the many, many books that I've got on my never-ending TBR list. Help a girl out and give me your opinion on which one I should request from the library?? I would really appreciate it as I can't not participate in Nonfiction November. I already am adding more nonfiction reads to my TBR list thanks to it.
Plans for the day include a lot of laundry and a lot of blogging. I really need to work on writing up reviews so I don't end the year with a bunch of books that I never shared my thoughts on. Again. I also need to focus on my laundry piles as usual. I am really looking forward to tonight's episode of The Walking Dead. And I would love to get some quality reading time on top of all of that. At least I cleaned house yesterday so I can focus on other things today like reading. LOL!
Happy Sunday and Happy Reading!