September 18, 2020

Friday Reads 9/18/20

Hooray for a full 2-day weekend. Here's hoping I get some time to read. And if I do get to read, here's what I will probably pick up.

Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer - I'm still not even halfway through this one. I am really enjoying it, so I'm not reading very quickly. Also it's over 660 pages. But I really like it.

White Fragility by Robin Diangelo - I'm leading a book discussion for the first three chapters of this next week at work, so I should probably start reading it.

Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin - I need to read this for the PopSugar Reading Challenge to read a book set in a country that begins with the letter C. This one is set in Canada. Also, it's a P&P retelling, so it won't be too difficult to motivate myself to read it.

I've really been struggling with the motivation to read. A friend of mine suggested putting gummy bears or M&Ms every paragraph or so and you eat them as you read. My problem is I just don't ever remember to pick up a book. I'm going to lose my Reader card if I'm not careful.

What are you reading lately?