Remember back when I was ridiculously excited for the Magical Readathon to start this month? Yeah? Me too! Have you also seen how I have NOT been sticking to my TBR? Because, apparently that’s a thing I’m doing now. Honestly, it’s my own fault for not putting any fantasy on it while it’s one of my favorite genres but still.. Life.. Right?
Anyway. Apart from that freak up, I am doing okay-ish as can be. The weather has been a-ma-zing and that’s definitely helped a lot mental health-wise. I’m thanking our past selves every day for having bought a house with a decent garden because otherwise things wouldn’t have been great right now. Like at all. But anyway!
Time to see what book is the cause of my “not sticking to the TBR”.
As always, covers link back to the Goodreads-page, so feel free to check them out!
Totally different than my current reads last week and I’m proud! And also a little less proud. Meet Cute is an anthology I’m reading that is actually on my April TBR for the O.W.L.s Readathon I’m participating in. Salty, Bitter, Sweet is an eARC I’m reading [and honestly not enjoying that much even though it sounded so promising..] and then there’s.. House of Earth and Blood, the book I should NOT be reading right now since it isn’t on my TBR and it doesn’t fit any of my prompts but.. Guess what? My brain decided to crave fantasy and I had stupidly not put any on my Magical TBR so.. yup, this happened. [I am really, really enjoying it though!]
I finished one glorious, amazing book this weekend, Sword in the Stars, which is the second book in a queer science fiction retelling of King Arthur and I lovedlovedloved it. You can read my thoughts in the spoiler-free review I posted yesterday! I also started and finished my Potions read for the Magical Readathon, Pandemonium Road. It’s fast-paced and everything happens in less than 24 hours so.. I flew through this short book!
Right now I’m simply going to try and get through my current reads, so be sure to check in again next week!
How is your reading going right now?
How often do you just entirely change your reading plans due to mood?