This was not a very productive week reading-wise, because it’s been so hectic… I’ve been working on my health by going to the gym more often and also adjusting my sleeping schedule. I was not sleeping enough or well enough, and now I’m doing much better! But that leaves fewer late-night hours for reading. Also I arrive home late and tired and still got meal-prepping and so on to do, so I assume my blogging and reading will suffer a little (I’ve been considering going to 2 posts per week, but we will see!), and that is that. I have no regrets. My life is slowly getting in the shape I want it to be. In any case, I still got quite some reading done!
From Netgalley, I got:
I love the cover of How To and it actually sounds really cool! I also craved a bit of something quick and sweet, and Suddenly Single sounded perfect, so I was glad to be approved for it!
On Audible I got:
I wanted to start this in March only, but that is a whole week away and I simply cannot survive without an audiobook. Do you guys also play audiobooks while doing random things, like working out, going to the supermarket, checking through posts?
Interesting Reads Around the Web
My Readings This Last Week
I finished The Gilded Wolves! Took me a while, but the book grew on me. I think the audiobook format detracted a bit from my enjoyment of it, but it was a pretty solid read and I see why lots of people are loving it! 3 stars.
I finished The Wife Between Us, which absolutely STRESSED ME OUT. If you want to be open-mouthed and in shock at the twists, pick this up! It is a great thriller, so full of twists you will NOT see coming. The audiobook was pretty good, too. 4 stars!
I continued a bit with Provenance – it hasn’t picked up pace yet, but I’m still in the very beginning, and I’m entertained and curious to see where this goes!
I picked up Everything Under, which has been on my radar for months, PLUS I am absolutely in love with this cover. I love a good magical realism book, a good literary fiction, I love the way she writes, so I’m having a wonderful time with this book so far! A little gem of atmospheric, poetic prose with a story that sucks you right in.