Dec 13, 2015

Recap: November to December

School took away all my reading and blogging time. I got like nothing done. Buuut the quarter ends in December, which means THREE WEEKS OF READING TIME. (Also, please excuse a few formatting errors in this post. Blogger's being a bitch and absolutely refuses to let me fix it.)

All In by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Emma by Jane Austen
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
Damage Done by Amanda Panitch
Slasher Girls & Monster Boys by April Genevieve Tucholke
The Subversive Copy Editor by Carol Fisher Saller

All In by Jennifer Lynn Barnes: Not my favorite of the series (and it kills me to say that), but still so good.

Because OH MY FUCKING GOSH. Amanda Panitch can write all the thrillers. She could be the queen of them if she keeps writing like this.

I got some sweet goodies this month!

Proof I had a bad blogging month: all I posted was some favorite quotes and my anticipation for a thriller I very much want.

Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff came to Seattle for their Illuminae tour, and I could seriously listen to them talk all day. (I want a cool accent. And also, they were hilarious.)

I finally made it to book club for the first time in months, and we discussed Good Omens.

As soon as finals are done (and I'm writing this post late and finals are already done, WOOHOO) I will be spending the rest of December reading all the books and trying to get a hundred total read for the year.

The three books releasing in December that I'm anticipating most are...

December 1, 2015: I have been hearing excellent things about this series finale but really I'm super excited for cameos.

December 8, 2015: A cutesy contemporary with a school band and a cruise, yesss.

December 29, 2015: This is a thriller and I've been hearing really good things, so gimme.

Has school been interfering with your reading and blogging time?

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