I Shall Conquer All the Books!

I have been bombarded with books. Netgalley has been chucking them my way, so frequently that I’m not able to keep up reading all of them, much less write reviews of each of them. Sometimes–well, quite often–it’s fun to read a book I purchased, whether that is ebook or print book (same story, right?). It’s quite nice, not having to worry about absorbing what I’m reading, not feeling compelled to take notes for my book review.

I’m still working on a post about reading and writing with ADHD. That’ll be up soon, it’s just so hard to get everything in that one little post. Also, that and I’ve just started school, which is taking up a large part of my ADD brain. It’s really important to me to post that article that I write on ADHD because I know one or two or fifty of you also have it and are probs having just as hard a time sticking with one book for more than a minute, too.

In the past two weeks or so I’ve only gotten one hard copy of a book to review. While I didn’t love love love this book, the cover alone is enough to make me swoon. The idea? Pretty good. Zombie factor? Poor, actually, something I didn’t anticipate.

I’ve written a few “quickie” reviews on Netgalley, and shared them on Twitter, and I shall write a few more so keep an eye out on Twitter for them.

I went crazy while I was waiting for Sarah J. Maas’ new book in The Throne of Glass series, Queen of Shadows. There was no swooning at this book. In fact, I couldn’t stand it and just put it down. I considered returning it to Amazon, some
thing that is still on my mind. Then again, I’m feeling exceptionally lazy and, also, I want to own the complete series. Honestly, though, I’m not sure I’m going to get the next few. I may get them on loan or something of the sort. Or cave and get the whole series.

The plan for this week is to post a review of The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black, my current favorite book (other than the Harry Potter series, of course). There will also–or either–be a review of Cage of Deceit, a Netgalley book I very much enjoyed.

And then this happened, a readers worst nightmare (next to dropping a book in the water or their personal library catching on fire).

A photo posted by Angie (@angie_on_books) on Sep 14, 2015 at 8:08pm PDT

Oh, also, turtle.

What are you all reading right now? Whatever it is, happy reading!