Weekly Reading Check-In #2

Well, this last week was incredibly uneventful in my world of reading.

I am not necessarily in a reading slump, but I am definitely not on top of my game. I cannot decide what kind of reading mood I am in, and that resulted in me currently reading five different books at once. Oops.

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Wyrd & Wonder: Can’t Wait to Read

Perfectly in character, I am posting this a day late–oops!

The prompt for May 8th is to discuss a book or books that you cannot wait to read. Of course, as I recently counted all of the unread books on my shelf (literally, just the ones I own), I have 70. 70 unread books. That I own. That does not even begin to encompass the books that are on my TBR from the library, or on books I have not even bought yet. My god.

Well, all of that being said, these are the top five books that I cannot wait to get to!

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Weekend Reads (April 19-21)

It is now the weekend! Hooray! 

With Easter being celebrated this weekend (and me having finals Monday and Tuesday), I both have lots of time, and no time at all. However, because of this stressful little ‘holiday,’ I will be spending my time cooped up in my room alone, alternating between reading, writing, and studying. 

All of that being said, here is what I am currently reading this weekend.

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REVIEW: Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

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Synopsis of Murder on the Orient Express:

What more can a mystery addict desire than a much-loathed murder victim found aboard the luxurious Orient Express with multiple stab wounds, thirteen likely suspects, an incomparably brilliant detective in Hercule Poirot, and the most ingenious crime ever conceived?

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A Quick Introduction

Hello, everyone!

Sarah, here. I am starting this blog to keep better track of my reading. I have always been an avid reader, but I have never really tried hard enough to think analytically about what I am reading. Read a book and like it? Five stars. Read a book and not really like it? Three stars.

I had no consistency, nor real opinions.

Therefore, as both a project for myself to try harder in thinking about what I am reading and something to keep my head out of retail work during the summer, I have started a blog. I do not know exactly how this will work yet, but I am sure I can figure it out along the way.

My favourite genres are thriller, fantasy, sci-fi, and historical fiction. I hope to expand my reading a little bit more with this, as well. I am 19, and going into nursing in school.

I will see you all very soon,

Sarah x