April 3, 2020

Friday Reads 4-3-2020

Yay for a new month! The last one was really long!!

I've got nothing but time this weekend, so I hope I have the motivation to read. Here's what's on my plate.

Spellhacker by M.K. England - This is my current award reading. I've been reading it for way too long, but I'm cutting myself some slack because of the weird circumstances. It's pretty good and I'm enjoying it, which is the only reason I can make myself pick it up at all.

Don't Overthink It by Anne Bogel - I love her books and her podcast and her blog and all of the things. This is maybe the perfect book to read right now as it is all about easing anxiety by not thinking too long on decisions that bring you stress.

Assassin's Apprentice by Robin Hobb - I picked this up on a whim this week. I'm going through it pretty slowly, but I like it, I think.

So Many Books, So Little Time by Sara Nelson - I wonder what Sara Nelson is up to these days? When she wrote this book, she was an editor at a fashion magazine. Then she went to be the books editor at the Oprah magazine. Then she was the editorial director for books at Amazon. According to Publisher's Weekly, she is now the vp executive director at Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins. Well good for her. Anyway, this is a favorite comfort read of mine, so I'm picking through it.

I'll probably pick up something else, because that's how it's going these days, but I couldn't even begin to tell you what that might be.

What are you reading these days?