October in Review

September 2018 Working hard so far with a little inspiration. Still somehow in the mix of it was able to read more than my normal monthly average, so glad there too. With a vacant weekend coming up, I should be able to tackle even more writing. Books Read First off, I tackled another Sedaris book, … Continue reading October in Review

April–End of Month Wrap Up!

April 2018 Been busy this month, as usual, but actually complete a lot more than I expected. Books Read Again, I tried something light, so I read They Both Die at the End. Ah…yeah, it’s YA, and it fits all the horrible requirements that are YA. There is heavy repetition, bloating the book out to … Continue reading April–End of Month Wrap Up!

End of Month: December 2017

December 2017 We’re in the final stretch. Books Read First, I finished Middlemarch. It was daunting only because it reads like Jane Austen, so if you’re her fan, you’ll love it. I, on the other hand, am not a fan. I struggled through any of her books, so this one too was a bit much. … Continue reading End of Month: December 2017

October Review

October 2017 With a trip abroad, I got more Japanese books and started on some rewrites for Brief Lives that will probably push it into an even bigger book. My mind is swirling and cranking things out. So here goes. Books Read First off, I got through Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express. Despite the … Continue reading October Review

End of August

August 2017 Another abysmal month for reading, but okay for writing. Books Read I started out with a reread for a student. I actually began this book in June but it took until now to finish it with her. Freakonomics. I’ve read all the other accompanying books as well, and it has been a while … Continue reading End of August

End of March 2017 Review

March 2017 With the beginning of the semester, I’ve been a bit bogged down, but here’s what I’ve been able to accomplish. Books Read The first book down is the graphic novel, Awkward. It has wonderful drawings, almost resembling at times to anime or cartoons, but with a particularly endearing style for its topic. Overall, … Continue reading End of March 2017 Review