Yep, I’m definitely behind on this. One of these days I’m either going to stop overcommitting myself (unlikely), learn to set more realistic goals (somewhat less unlikely), or just accept that I may not meet every goal I set (most likely).
I’m still trying to read more nonfiction in spite of my disastrous attempt at reading a memoir last week. So, I decided to spend the first week of the Trump Administration reading about the other thing we use to judge people on Facebook: grammar. Well, more like the idea of what “proper English” is, but […]
I said I would read 52 books this year. I never said anything about finishing 52 books this year. I thought I might end up rage quitting a book at some point, but I didn’t expect it to be in week three. However, Barry Yourgrau’s Mess: One Man’s Struggle to Clean Up His House and His Act was […]
I’m a big fan of historical fiction set in the Tudor period. Phillipa Gregory and Jean Plaidy? I devoured their series set during the period like the delicious empty literary calories they are. I don’t just limit myself to books, either. The Tudors? I came for Jonathan Rhys Meyers (historically inaccurate in appearance but damn if […]
In an attempt to better myself and to give myself a regular feature to make blogging at least 2x a week easier, I’ll be doing the 52 books in 52 weeks challenge this year. Will it go better than my first attempt at NaNoWriMo? Here’s to hoping. I started the year with a problematic inhabitant of my […]