Sunday, 24 April 2016
Sunday Post 30; It's Monday, What are you reading? 18
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Ugh, I had a Week, last week. Work went terribly all week, and my right eye swelled up so much it pushed my eyebrow up. First week of the school holidays, too. Still. Onwards, right?
So I spent a lot of my down time playing Dragon Age and Trying Not to Think About Work (which always goes about as well as can be expected.)
Come Saturday, and I took spawn into town because I needed to go to the library. So we went to the movies as well (Zootopia, it was a lot of fun) and of course, as always, to the gaming store. (Yes, I'm a pushover. I know.)
I dug more into The Casual Vacancy on Saturday, and pep-talked myself into going out to my stitch and watch friend's house, as we hadn't had a stitch and watch session for various reasons for about three weeks. However, I had had such a Week, that by 9.30pm I was ready to come home. I shuffled about, made a hot chocolate, watched a repeat of Face Off and was in bed by 11.20pm. It was bliss - lol.
I finished The Casual Vacancy today, and also read issue five of Dragon Age; Magekiller yesterday so I'm slowly clawing back the numbers on my goodreads challenge. Very slowly.
I really enjoyed The Casual Vacancy, and also Magekiller 5, and will try and do a review post this week. I'm also going to try and do a sanctuary thingies post if I remember. Ambition thy name is ... well, not me but you know.
I ordered some books from book depository, so I'm waiting for those to trickle in, and I'm contemplating another order because someone described Black Wolves by Kate Elliott as Persuasion meets Dragon Age so clearly I need to order Persuasion Dragon Age as those are two of my favourite things.
This week will hopefully be better at work, and I have tomorrow off as it's Anzac Day here, and therefore a stat.
I plan to spend it reading Locked In by John Scalzi, playing Dragon Age, and maybe doing some stitching.
What about you?
What are you up to this week?
What are you reading?