So the reading drought continues, I am picking my books up, just not for very long each time. However, I have zoomed through three audiobooks all of which I loved!
Diary #5 – Under Circe’s Spell
I made a new discovery this week, BorrowBox, the audiobook lending service, which I’m hoping will help me get through my INSANELY huge TBR. I also visited the National Theatre for the first time in what feels like forever to see Under Milk Wood. I still haven’t finished any physical books and to be honest went through a bit of a reading slump, but listening to audiobooks has definitely helped.
Diary #3 – A Delivery from Egypt
Diary #2 – The Show Intends to Go On
Diary #1 – Flying to Guernsey in Search of a Tailor
Seeing as I’ve been pretty terrible at keeping up to date with monthly wrap ups I thought I’d give myself a challenge to write shorter but more frequent updates in the form of a diary, which will include what I’ve read, what I’ve been to see at the theatre and anything else significant that I… Continue reading Diary #1 – Flying to Guernsey in Search of a Tailor
First Wrap Up of 2021
So for the first time since I started my blog, which was almost a year ago, I actually read all of the books I planned to read in the month! I think this is because I decided what to read before the month started and consciously chose to be realistic about the time I have… Continue reading First Wrap Up of 2021
Over in October
I’m trying to get a little better at posting monthly wrap ups, but work has been incredibly hectic recently so here we are two weeks into November, but never mind! On the plus side I have now finished Rebecca, which I started in October so I can add this to my reviews. My Sister, the… Continue reading Over in October
Managed in March
Book Total: 2 Better late than never! Here's my round up of everything I read in March. It was a very odd month for me, as I'm sure it was for everyone else. Adjusting to self-isolating and working from home affected my reading habits just as much as everything else! Brave New World by Aldous… Continue reading Managed in March