Hey all, Dani here.
Happy Wednesday! I hope you are all having a great week. Just as a heads up, I am pre-writing my next couple of posts right now because I won’t be on my phone or computer much over the weekend. My fiance and I are celebrating our one year anniversary by having an overnight in a hotel with a nice dinner and all of that. I’m pretty excited about it because our room has a jacuzzi tub and that just sounds really nice. So if I don’t reply to any comments over the weekend, it is because I am spending my time offline with the amazing man in my life.
Anyway, welcome back to the post where I talk about the books I have recently finished reading, the books I am currently reading, and the books I am hoping to start reading soon.
As for the books I’ve recently finished, I made it through Heart of Iron by Ashley Poston, and I will have a review up pretty soon. I also managed to finish reading my ARC for Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young, so again, there will be a review up soon. Seriously, I feel a great need to talk about both of these books.
My current read is Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshani Chokshi. This is the first book from Rick Riordan’s new imprint, and I’m hoping this will give me some slight Percy Jackson vibes, but with Hindu mythology instead of Greek. And soon I am hoping to start reading The Master Magician by Charlie N Holmberg, so I can be ready to read and review my ARC of the upcoming fourth book in the series.
Oh, and I suppose I should do a brief Camp NaNoWriMo update here as well. Currently I have written 1,742 words out of my goal of 10,000. According to my stats page for Camp, to reach my goal I need to write 334 words each day, so for today I am supposed to be at 1,336 words. By this time next week I should at least be at 3,674 words, so with any luck I’ll be able to stick to all of this. Right now it is easy enough. The middle/end of the month always seems to be the hardest. Honestly right now I think I have about half of a chapter finished, but that is still more writing than I’ve done in months (er…a year or so…I don’t know it’s been a while).
One of the main reasons I’m including the Camp NaNoWriMo progress here is that I think it will keep me more accountable for actually writing each day and trying to keep up with an overall wordcount.
That is about all from me today. Let me know if you’re reading anything interesting in the comments because I would love to know. Also, I’m always looking for books to add to my never-ending TBR. I’ll be back soon with more posts.