I’m back this week with my answers to Taking On A World Of Words‘s three W questions:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
Empress of All Seasons by Emiko Jean — 39%
I was really excite about this one, but right now there hasn’t been a lot of action inside the palace. I hope we get more soon…
Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty — 37%
I’ve heard conflicting things about this book, but so far I’m liking it. I hope the twist from classic contemporary is worth the read.
Yesterday by Felicia Yap | ★★☆☆☆
As I said last week, the world is fantastic, but the plot isn’t as good. I kept waiting for a bigger reveal, to know more about the characters’ past, but in the end there were too few suprises.
The Good Son by You-Jeong Jeong | ★☆☆☆☆
After reading The Silent Patient I wasn’t in the mood for another book that portrayed mental illness as spooky and didn’t add anything else to make it a thriller. I thought The Good Son would be different, but I was wrong.
I have my April TBR, but since I don’t have has much time as I thought I would I will probably be reading some faster books in some cases.
Last week I said that I was about to leave my job, but since then I’ve worked three 12 hour days and only had one day without work… April will not be the reading month I wanted it to be, but I still want to make the most of it so I decided to take part in the Tidyathon. I know what you are thinking… Why is she starting something else if she’s so busy? Listen, I’m extra anxious right now and being a mess doesn’t help. Also, with this the community aspect helps. Here is what I hope to accomplish:
- Clean the window side of my room ✓
- Sort through my clothes
- Set up my uni email ✓
- Clean up my blog navigation
- Go through all the pictures on my phone, delete or send to drive
- Add my phone TBR to my Goodreads TBR
That’s one big task per week, or something I should be able to accomplish. Since I brainstormed my list I managed