I know. It's been extremely quiet around these parts. Real life crept into my reading worlds and took over for more than I anticipated. My family and I have been fighting against red tape, anxiety and illnesses. The result was (and to a point, still is) more exhaustion than I can remember experiencing. My only saving grace during this rough time was the few hours that I was able to read a few pages here and there.
All the books I've lined up are still awaiting my attention. It's been slow going, but I've managed to knock a few off of the TBR list. My confession is that for the few books I've read, I've added two more in its place on the list. I can't stop myself sometimes. There are so many books out there, waiting to be devoured. More and more are released every day. Though I know that it's impractical and probably impossible for me to read every book in circulation, I want to get as many read as I can before my time is done. I am hoping that this period of tribulation will be finished soon and a time of rest begins before the next one.
I'm in the process of writing up my posts for the books I've finished. I hope to have a stockpile to release on schedule during NaNoWriMo next month. I fully intend on giving NaNoWriMo my full attention during those 30 days of November. I do have a story/novel idea, made some notes about the scene that appeared in my head, and did a little bit of research. While some get a start on their novels or rework their previous works during NaNo, I use it to get a large portion of my novels written. Reworking can come later. Are any of you planning to do NaNoWriMo this year?
Okay, catch-up time over. Back to reading and getting reviews ready for your enjoyment. Hope you all have a great October and a safe, fun Halloween!
Until next time,