My reading habits have changed so much over the past couple of years. I’m starting to refine my preferred genres and find balance with my writing.
I don’t exactly know where the phrase ‘happy sushi belly’ came from, but after Friday night, that’s exactly what I had. Welcome to the Sunday Post!
I came across a strange artifact yesterday while I was cleaning a few surfaces in my home studio/office. It’s a strange plastic jar with a hole in the hinged lid. And it’s filled with socks waiting to be darned.
If I had one problem with Doctor Sleep, it’s that the book has a lot of necessary backstory. Now before you evicerate me for being a godless King-hating heathen, let me explain.
I have a tendency to pick up unmarketable skills very easily. As a result, I have a lot of hobbies.
Reading has been an avid hobby my whole life. However, I don’t look at reading as a ‘lifestyle’. So while I do love fuzzy socks and hot chocolate, I’m not in the habit of collecting decorative bookmarks.
I used to joke that it’s a good thing the Husbeast is five years younger than me. After all, men often die an average of five years before their same-aged spouse, so I should have companionship all the way to the end, right?
This week’s Sunday Post feels a little sparse to me. Or maybe repetitive. I’m just surprised it’s Sunday again! I thought we just had one last week…
It’s Friday! This week’s Friday Favourites, hosted by Something of the Book, is all about Inspiring Characters. I tend to keep my list to 5, because old Friday habits die hard.
I imagine reading new romance novels from new-to-you authors is somewhat like computer dating. For me, Alisha Rai’s The Right Swipe was just that. A swipe to the right.