A biweekly post updated every other Wednesday detailing my current reading projects and what new titles I’ve added to my to-read list. Title links go to Goodreads, and if you have an account there feel free to friend me! I’d love to see what you’re reading and/or planning to read.
Books Obtained: 2
- Eon by Greg Bear (The Way) – $1.99 @ Amazon
- Marine Biology by Gail Carriger (San Andreas Shifters) – $0.00 @ Amazon
Books Finished: 1
Author: Philip K. Dick
Date Added: August 29, 2017
Date Started: May 15, 2019
Date Finished: June 7, 2019
Even though a major aspect of this was predictable, I still really liked it. I liked the concepts behind it, even the confusing wrench of Pat Connolly’s powers. I may look at some reviews/interpretations of this before I write mine just to help my focus.
I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention this novel was written by one of my favorite bloggers The Well-Red Mage, but I will try not to let my fondness of him bias me towards this novella. I like the way it’s written for how it is; it has a fairy tale, almost sing-song aspect to its prose. I’ll reserve any critiques for when I finish.
Title: The Case of Charles Dexter Ward
Author: H. P. Lovecraft
Date Added: March 15, 2013
Date Started: May 9, 2019
I wish this story would just get to the damn point. Really the only reason I’m reading Lovecraft is for FFVII essay research purposes. The things I do for my fandom…
Author: Guy Gavriel Kay
Date Added: February 9, 2016
Date Started: December 8, 2018
I’m on the last chapter…where it all will come together. No matter how this ends, whether in joy or woe, I know it will be beautifully sewn.
Title: The Hero With a Thousand Faces
Author: Joseph Campbell
Date Added: April 24, 2014
Date Started: December 3, 2018
I might be reading this, too, for research purposes, but at least I’m enjoying it.
I’m in a “I hate everything” mood, because health shit. Someone breathed on me wrong, and I’ve been broken out for the past few weeks. No clue whats going on with it. It’s always a mystery I don’t have the energy to solve. Apparently summer in PA means it rains. ALL THE TIME. I don’t think we’ve had a day without rain for months. Ah, I should stop complaining. This has nothing to do with books. Well, it’s almost exactly the half point of the year. Where are you with your challenge? I believe I’m on track with 9 or my 20 books read. How about you?