Friday Reads 3/27/2020
Well, here we are. Friday again. I wouldn't know for sure except my phone says this is correct. The days are sort of running together. And I'm okay with it.
I've basically thrown out my TBR for March. I am still reading, though.
1000 Books to Read Before You Die by James Mustich - I started this this week, but I only got through about 35 pages. Basically, the A's. It was billed as not being a list of all dead white guys, but so far it's primarily dead white guys.
Spellhacker by M. K. England - I started this one yesterday and I'm really enjoying it. It takes place in a world post-apocalyptic spell plague which left 3 of our 4 main characters orphans. The group works together to steal maz (read: magic) to feed themselves.
The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu - Marie Lu writes fantasy and sci-fi for YA audiences. This one is historical fantasy starring Nannerl Mozart. That's right. Wolfgang's sister. I started this yesterday, too and I really like it so far.
Brazen and the Beast by Sarah MacLean - I got a wild hair up my butt and downloaded this to my Kindle. I don't know why. It's the second in a series and I have plenty of romance books on my shelves. I feel like this is a Beauty and the Beast re-telling, based on the title. We'll see if I actually read it.
I really want to get out a giant fantasy book and fall into it, but I'm so stressed out and unable to concentrate that I can't focus long enough to fall in. Sigh.
What are you reading this weekend?