This was a decent month of reading for the both of us. While September is a bit hectic in our personal lives (we’re moving and having a second wedding ceremony), we’re hoping to get a lot of reading done too.
July was an absolutely packed month of reading for both of us. Somehow we both just about completed our TBRs and then some. Up next, we’re tackling some more summer-themed books, along with a few nonfiction picks we’ve been meaning to get to.
This was a fun topic that had us rifling through our shelves for some of our most memorable reads both old and new. Thanks to That Artsy Reader Girl for the Top Ten Tuesday topic!
As life has gotten semi-back to normal, our reading time has taken a dive. So we didn’t get to all the books on our list last month but we’re grateful just to finally be able to hang out with loved ones again. With that in mind, we’re keeping our expectations for June a bit lighter than usual.
This week’s topic had us searching through our shelves to find a mix of old favorites. Most of these feature landscapes of one kind or another, though we’ve thrown in a few with dolphins and hawks for good measure.
“What could I become if I stopped worrying about death, about pain, about anything? If I stopped trying to belong? Instead of being afraid, I could become something to fear.” ~ Holly Black
Lately, our reading has been pretty up and down. It seems like we’re reading books we absolutely love or can’t stand. Anyone else having that lately?