I’ve been very quiet lately. That’s because there’s been a lot going on, between work, school, and …moving!
My new apartment is close enough to where I work that I can walk there, instead of spending almost an hour on public transit each way. Even better, I live directly across the street from a public library. It is glorious.
Between Mike and I, we’ve managed to completely fill three bookshelves, and there are still two more boxes of books left to unpack. My living room is beginning to resemble a library, and I’m pretty sure that a trip to Target for another bookshelf will be necessary in the near future.
As soon as my finals are over (5/12), I plan on writing a lot more book reviews. Two extra hours in my day will make that much easier. I’m already more relaxed and am finding that when I get home, I have the energy to read, which is a welcome change.
Here are some of the reviews that are in the works for you to look forward to in the next two weeks:
- “There Once Lived a Girl Who Seduced Her Sister’s Husband, and He Hanged Himself: Love Stories” by Ludmilla Petrushevskaya
- “Glow” by Jessica Maria Tucelli (review and giveaway)
- Author Q&A with Deborah Harkness (Q&A and Giveaway provided by the publisher)