I really should try to bring this blog back to life in 2018, post real reviews and stuff, not just wrap-ups. But it turns out I’m really lazy and I usually don’t have well-formed opinions about the things I read/watch.
(The Prestige is in the picture because it’s pretty and I forgot to include it in my November wrap-up)
Posting a November wrap-up at the end of December. Makes sense 👍🏻. I also forgot to include one of the books I read in the picture. I’m a dope.
The Empty Grave (Lockwood & Co. #5) by Jonathan Stroud
I read only one novel this month, but what a novel! It was 1400 pages long. This thing is such a mammoth, I feel like I should have been greated with balloons and cotillions and applause when I finished it.
It by Stephen King
Oy, only one book? And it wasn’t even a novel, it was a non-diction essay. For some reason I thought I read more this month. But apparently I didn’t. Maybe I felt that way because I started Stephen King’s It.
Backwards and in Heels:
Summer is usually the time where people get some time off and have time to read (come on, you’ve all seen the “what to read at the beach” articles), but it’s my busiest time of the year actually, so I didn’t have much time or energy to read loads. I’m still really into watching movies when I come home from work, though. So that’s
This blog has turned into a wrap-up blog, hasn’t it?
Also, let’s pretend that I didn’t mess up and include something in the pile that didn’t belong… Oops?
Les Fiancés de l’hiver (La Passe-Miroir #1) by Christelle Dabos
Wow. I’ve been reading Assassin’s Quest (Farseer #3, by Robin Hobb) since the beginning of February, though. So it hurts a little to have to say that I haven’t read anything this month. Because I have been reading! I just didn’t