Monday, March 23, 2020

Monday Reading List

It is Monday again, and time to update with what I read last week, what I am currently reading and what to look forward to next week.

Reviews Posted Last Week:
Links will take you to my review

The Last Dogs by Joe Stiple
The Arrival by Shaun Tan (Graphic Novel)

 Books Finished Last Week:
Reviews will be posted at a later date

The Red Pencil
Girl in the Tower
Treading Water
Family Pets

Currently Reading:

Last Man by Mary Shelley - Audio/Print - on page 180 of 432
Spark by Sarah Beth Durst - Print - on page 86 of 320
You Can't F*ck Up Your Kids by Lindsay Powers - Print - on page 43 of 320

Pages Read/ Time Listened
212:35 Hours Listened (22:09 listened this week)
9,325 Pages Read (490 this week)

Books Added to Shelves Recently: TBR
White Rose
Stealing Thunder (gift)
The Eyes of Tamburah (gift)
The Wolf in the Whale
~~~~~~~~~~March Birthday Waiver Books ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The Red Pencil - READ
The Rain Dragon Rescue
The Order of the Unicorn
The Book of Boy
The Firefly Letters - READ
All the Wandering Light
Life on the Leash
George and Lizzie - DNF
Phoenix Unbound
The Library of Ever - READ
Family Pets
The Last Man
Magic Bites
Fantasy Lover
Night Pleasures
The Midnight Lie
You Can't F*ck Up Your Kids  (gift)
Mary Shelley Monster Hunter Vol. 1
The Caged Queen
The Mum Who'd Had Enough
Ash and Quill
The Voyage to Magical North
I Needed a Viking
Smoke and Iron
Hurricane Dancers
The Overdue Life of Amy Byler
The Test - READ
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~End Birthday Waiver~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Well that was a week! This has been a real test for me, working from home while distance learning/homeschooling Munchkin in 2nd Grade. I keep seeing all these wonderful stories and photos on Instagram and Facebook of people binge reading or crafting, while I am here just trying to hold things together. I have barely had time to get my dishes and laundry done each day. I had to squeeze in almost all my reading a few hours this weekend while Hubby entertained Munchkin and got him out of my hair for a bit. But in the grand scheme of things, we are pretty well off, both of us are still working and our family is all healthy.  It is definitely a time to look for the little victories (like mini dance parties when we finally get through a single math assignment after an hour and a half of working on it)!  Hopefully, we can settle into a new routine and what looks to be our life for what is looking like quite a while.

I hope you and yours are all safe and healthy as well. Let us all look to those things that bring us comfort and joy. Play a game, watch a movie, read a book.

What is your favorite game to play with your family?

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