- Overwhelmed by Brigid Shulte
- Don Quiote by Miguel de Cervantes (audio)
- The Story of Pholosophy by Will Durant
- Weird Michigan by Linda S. Godfrey
See, you guys? Do you see my issue here?? I may have one week were I read three books and don’t add any to my pile but you can bet your buttons that I will do the exact opposite the next week.
Part of the problem is that I have a very very very complicated rotation system for my TBR stack. I am pursuing many different kinds of books and working on three authors and three lists. Besides that, and this is the really sad book, I decided last year to read one of my own books very other book. So, it went stack-my book-stack-my book. Then I decided that I needed to work on getting through some series so it went stack-series-mine-stack-series-mine. And now, just this week, I have decided to read alll of the V.C. Andrews books. So, I now have stack-mine-series-VC. I’m just so screwed. And what I really, really want to do is check off some books on my giant list so I’ve been ordering audios to cover those.
I definitely feel like I should have made it through more than one book this week but, in all fairness, I got really involved with Weird Michigan. I mean, I had a Google search pulled up for most of my reading. I like weird stuff and I am home state proud for sure.
I made an interesting observation to myself yesterday. I feel like I’ve been really pushing myself with my reading this year. I’ve been trying new things and catching up and really enjoying it. You know what? I feel smarter than I have felt in a long time. I’ve discovered a world of book nerds and I feel so good about that. I’m not a freak after all! It’s amazing what reading can do for you. It’s truly amazing.