After a recent hot streak, my reading took a bit of a tumble last week. I almost didn’t finish a single book, but I ended up finishing Baby Teeth right under the wire. Last week was the first with my kids out of school for the summer and adjusting to the new routine was a bit crazy.
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The kids are out of school and you know what that means…I’ve gotta find reading time whenever and wherever I can! And, it’s not always in a peaceful, quiet place. Well, let’s be honest…it’s rarely ever in a peaceful, quiet place. I’ve been reading a lot while my kids are at swim practice…and my only issue (at least this week) is keeping all my sweat from dripping on my Kindle!⠀ _⠀ ⠀ How do you fit reading in when the kids get out of school?⠀ *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #bookgram #amreading #bookworms #instabooks #instabook #booktalk #booklovers #booklover #bibliophile #biblio #bookaddict #bookaddiction #badassbookbabes #summer2018 #summerreading #beachreads #readeverywhere
I finished reading…
Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage (July 17, 2018)
I’m speechless. I don’t know what to think. I kind of hated it, but it did raise some interesting questions. I need to think about this one more and may write a spoiler discussion post. But, I’m not sure I can recommend it to anyone at this point, but it will absolutely get people talking.
I’m currently reading…
Nothing…I’m caught between books! I finished Baby Teeth about an hour ago and will start my next book later in the evening (after this post is scheduled).
I tried, but wasn’t feeling…
Only Child by Rhiannon Navin (February 6, 2018)
DNF at 22%
This novel is told entirely from the perspective of a seven year-old boy, which I found tedious after awhile. I wish we’d gotten to hear other perspectives…like his parents’, etc.
What We Were Promised by Lucy Tan (July 10, 2018)
DNF at 18%.
I was just kind of bored. Nothing was happening and I didn’t care about the characters.
Upcoming reading plans…
The Glitch by Elisabeth Cohen (May 22, 2018)
Tara at Running N Reading liked this light novel about a mother of two with a high-powered Silicon Valley job who thinks she has it all under control and my library hold just came in.
I was reading…
One Year Ago: I was reading a rare thriller that I really liked.
How was your reading week?