Happy new year, book lovers!

Nope, your eyes are not deceiving you! This is an actual post after a bit of a hiatus. Things got really hectic and quite frankly, really messy towards the end of the year and it had a horrible effect on my reading. I couldn’t focus on any of the books I was reading and after I made that awkward mistake in my review of The Land of Dragor (a really sloppy mistake, mind you), I decided to take a break. Things have not sorted themselves out yet, but I’ve been really wanting to read more again lately and I think that’s a good sign.

I have a review ready to be posted tomorrow around this time and it’s a good one — I read Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch during and around Christmas and it was … amazing. I really enjoyed it a lot, so if you are interested in this book and/or reading my review of it, then this is the place to be tomorrow!

Hope everyone had a nice Christmas/holiday season and hope you also have a nice new year celebration 🙂

See you tomorrow!

Scripturiently

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I’m not dead. (Maybe a little)

Recently I decided to put To Kill a Mockingbird aside because I simply couldn’t get through the book properly, and I decided to focus on reading other books instead. In case you were unaware, I am currently reading The Predicteds by Christine Seifert — so far it’s a very easy read, nothing too earthshattering so far, but I do aim to finish this book today so I will have a review up today also.

I am also reading The Diamond Thief, but I’m only six pages in. I really hope this one will be a good read, I’ve been looking forward to it a lot and I just can’t wait to start devouring it. I plan to get a lot of reading done this weekend, so keep an eye on my blog if you are at all interested in that.

I also made my mandatory trip onto Netgalley and requested a bunch of books, but I also managed to find some interesting titles that were ‘Read Now’ status, which means I got them immediately, so I’m really excited about that! You’ll see the titles tomorrow in my Saturday post of Stacking the Shelves.

Has anyone picked up on any new and/or interesting titles lately? Anyone finish The Infinite Sea yet? Feel free to share!

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