We’re already almost a week into September, but how did my reading in August go? I did okay, not good, not bad. Compared to the last year. Seven books, totaling just over 2500 pages. I had hoped to finish Grisham’s Camino Winds before the end of the month, but I didn’t make it. There was only one book that I wasn’t too wild about, it wasn’t bad, but I’m indifferent about it. The other six books I chose to read we’re all good to really good.
For September I have not much reading plans; I have planned to deep clean my rooms, so that will take up some reading time each day (I’m planning on tackling one section each day, that way I can keep motivated). I do have only three hours left on my audio book of Stephen King’s It, I count the pages (of the paperback I have) towards my reading goal. That’s over 1100 pages, which is almost half of what I’ve been reading in a month this past year. I can also listen to it when cleaning, diamond painting or cross stitching.
I’m currently reading No One’s Home by D.M Pulley, it reminds me a lot (really a lot) of the House on Cold Hill series by Peter James. It a good enough story, I enjoy it a bit more than Peter James’ books, but not enough to read fast. I’m not quite sure what to read next. I want to pick something from a series I’m working on, but I also want to read a book I’m sure I’ll like. So that’s either the second book in Pieter Vos series or the next book in the Lady series. On the other hand, I really would like to make those series last, try to not read them too fast. So I might just choose a stand alone book from my to-be-read-soon list.