Weekly Reading and Blog Plans: 2/8/21

I find it amazing and shocking that we are going into week two of February! It seems like it’s just passing us by! Nine more days and I start my job! I’m excited and very nervous! I have also kind of started another job as well. It’s the beginning of something that may blossom if I play my cards right. I attempted to do it before but I got overwhelmed quickly. Quite frankly, I don’t feel I really got the support I needed either, but that’s for another day. Or to be buried really. I really do hope it becomes a thing. It might be the launch of my career.

This week is the monthly readathon for AYearAThon. The theme for this month is New To Me Authors. I got very lucky with this one. Many books from a month long readathon I’m attending are books from authors that I’ve wanted to read for a very long time. So it all works out! I’m very excited! I really should get caught up on that readathon group while it’s fresh on my mind.

Currently Reading:

Northern Echoes by Melody Ash: I’m not as far into this book as I would like to be, but I really am enjoying it still. I just got overly cocky with time last week and didn’t read as much as I could.
Faith of the Fallen by Terry Goodkind: We’ve been chipping away at this book for a week now. I’m really enjoying it very much. There’s a new character in the story now. I’m not sure how I feel about her just yet. We shall see.
Ash and Stone by Rose Alexander: I really am enjoying this book so much. I feel like if I put the effort into it that it deserves that I would have finished it within the same day I started. It’s really just so amazing! I can’t even begin to explain.
Veil of Secrecy by RM Alexander: I’ve been listening to this in audio with my girlfriend. I’ve read the series before and listened to it before. I’m introducing her into the world. I hope she enjoys it and loves it as much as I do. We listen to a chapter or two every other night or so.

What I Intend To Start:

Sunken Echoes by Melody Ash
Into the Pink by MK Mancos
Slated by Christina Lanier
Hollow’s End by MA Morea
Possession by Kate Lowe
Blurred Red Lines by Cora Kenborn
Faded Gray Lines by Cora Kenborn
Drums by September North
Winter’s Rise by Breezy Jones
Boy of the Week by Emily Camp

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s