December 2016 TBR
Would you look at that! It's almost December! You know what that means. Time to think about what I might read in December.
The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett - This is the book club book for December. Hopefully, I will actually read it instead of banking on remembering it from when Chris read it in homeschool 3-4 years ago.
I only have one more book left to finish off the BookRiot Challenge for this year. It would be a shame not to finish the last book after I read 23 other books. But the challenge is to read a book set in the Middle East. I am struggling to find a book I'm interested in set in the Middle East. Also, it should probably be pretty short. I'm not having a lot of luck finishing books lately. Any suggestions would be welcome.
Ghettoside by Jill Leovy - Unless a miracle happens, I will not finish this book in November. I think I have less than 100 pages left, but since there are no more weekends left this month, I probably will not finish it until December. So I'll just leave this here, for now.
The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe - This one would meet a Modern Mrs. Darcy challenge: Read a book you previously abandoned. I started this book after my dad died, I think. It was probably not a good time. So, I abandoned it. I still have the bookmark in it, so I could probably knock it out pretty quickly.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley - This one would finish off the Modern Mrs Darcy challenge: Read a book you should have read in school. It's also not huge. And I kind of know the story.
All of this being said, I have no idea what I will FEEL like reading this month. And since I am currently in a state of mood reading, there's no telling what will happen. Also, I've ordered my textbooks and downloaded some articles I need for school, and I've been working on those things recently.
I'm having this problem where I really want to read a bunch of books. Until it come time to actually sit down and open one. The suddenly I'm not actually interested in reading at all. If I force myself to do it, I usually enjoy myself for awhile. Or I fall asleep. One of the two.