Hey, guys! Sorry I’ve been rather absent this last week+! The busyness of homework has finally reared its ugly head so I’ve been scrambling to stay on top of everything! I will definitely be getting to all of your guys’ lovely comments within the next of days!
But yeah, I just wanted to drop in real quick and give you guys a quick update on what I’ve been reading lately and to let you know my new blogging schedule going forward for the rest of the fall semester.
NEW BLOGGING SCHEDULE
(effective now through mid-December)
During the past couple of months I was regularly posting twice a week, but now that I’ve return to college, that will no longer be possible, as much as I wish it otherwise.
My plan for the next couple of months is to post about once per week, with about 4-5 posts per month. This may be subject to change as I get deeper into the semester, and I will likely take another semi-hiatus during the last month of the semester.
Posts for each month will look somewhat like this:
- a Wrap-Up for the previous month
- 1-2 Top Ten Tuesday posts
- a WWW Wednesday post in the middle of the month
- a book review and/or tag
Thank you guys so much for understanding! And stay tuned for my August Wrap-Up (finally, lol), sometime next week!
Now for the WWW Wednesday portion of this post…
(For those of you who don’t know: WWW Wednesday is a weekly book meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where you answer 3 ‘what’ questions about your reading.)
What are you currently reading?
- The Storm Crow– I haven’t picked this book up since August, but hopefully I’ll be able to get back to it this weekend! It’s not the most amazing YA fantasy I’ve read, but it’s interesting and I love seeing the depression rep woven into it!
- Educated– Such a “yummy” memoir, as my prof puts it, lol. It’s such a fascinating story and I’m curious to see how it ends!
- Before We Were Free– A reread for me (my first one of the year, eep)! We’re reading this for my Children’s & YA Lit class because the author is visiting campus in November!
What did you recently finish reading?
THIS MG BOOK IS SO GOOD! The Birchbark House often described as a parallel story to Little House on the Prairie but from a Native American perspective! I love Omakayas and her family and I was SO IMPRESSED by the grieving/depression rep in this book.
I definitely want to continue on with the series some day.
What do you think you’ll read next?
- The Goldfinch– My book club’s first book of the fall semester! I’m excited, but I also can’t believe they picked a 770 page book to read during the semester. 😑
- The Vine Witch– I’m a part of the FFBC blog tour for this book at the beginning of October! Though to combat school busyness, I’m hoping to get started on this sooner than later.