Is anyone still out there? I did not mean to disappear for two months, but life finally caught up with me. It got so that the last thing I wanted to do during what little free time I had was to write posts or worry about content. Plus, work refused to let up with its demands. The 2019 dance season officially ended on the 2nd of this month, and I *think* I might have my workload under control. If so, this is the first time in almost a year. The last two months continued to be a whirlwind of dance, one work crisis after another, visitors, more dance, more work, end-of-school craziness, and even more dance. Even though Holly starts her summer dance classes today, I feel like things are slowing down enough to allow me to breathe and write again. We shall see.
FINISHED SINCE THE LAST UPDATE:
I definitely did not stop reading during my unexpected sabbatical. I finished fourteen books while I was incommunicado. Some were excellent; others were less so. I do plan to publish my thoughts on all twenty-two books I have yet to review. I am still trying to figure out the best way to do so. That’s a lot of books, and some I finished in April. I hope I can scrounge up at least a few lasting impressions of them all!
I have not listened to a single minute of my audiobook in three months, but I got tired of showing the same damn book on this list. I will finish it, even if it is the only audiobook I finish this year.
What are you reading?
I hope things have been slowed down for you too. I’ve missed your blog posts.
I’m glad to see you back!!
I just subscribed so I can get your posts in my in box! The last book I read was Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer and it was amazing. No reading for 2 weeks while my eyes adjust after surgery. But I have a stack of books on the list! Soon I hope to get some posts done about books that I read prior to two weeks.
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No reading for two weeks? Yikes! Do you have audiobooks queued up and ready to go?
I have heard that Into Thin Air is fantastic. It is on my very long TBR pile.
Wishing you a speedy eye surgery recovery so you can get back to reading again!