Tell me I’m not the only one that’s seeing words swim across the page and/or ereader. I’m not? Good.
Twenty four have gone by, half of them devoted to TKT, a thirdish to all words written and read by me, and that last bit, caught in the ether. I’ve lost track, to be honest. I barely remembered to check in now! I suppose that’s the joy of diving into a good book. You lose track of time. The world around you falls away and the only one that exists are on the pages before you. That is such a lovely thing to aspire to you as a writer, don’t you think?
Alrighty. DOUBLE VISION by F.T. Bradley. I could totally be friends with Linc. Also, I feel bad for Mrs. Valdez because I have a soft spot for teachers. I love the connection/concern she has with her students, even the ones that don’t believe they have potential themselves, like Linc. I have a thing for secondary characters. And I like how they get to shine.
My line up wasn’t in any particular order. I decided that due to previous emotional reactions from books, (UGH, all the feels and tears and outrage), I might want to keep the reading less emotionally draining, that way I can get through the weekend without shedding a tear (I hope) and chug along. So since the wee hours without the wee ones, I dove into GEORGETOWN ACADEMY, SEASON ONE by Jessica Koosed Etting and Alyssa Embree Schwartz and CINDER by Marissa Meyer.
Hours Read: 9.50 (running total: 16.25 hours)
Hours Blogged: 1.00 (running total: 2.00 hours)
Hours Written: 0.00, so far. Blerg. Must get on that.
Total Hours Logged for #48HBC so far: 18.25 hours
I hope everyone is enjoying the worlds they’ve traveled to thus far!
Yes, I do love how the world falls away when you’re caught up in a good book. And this weekend is great because suddenly the ToDo list only consists of READING! 🙂
Hope you’re not too bleary-eyed yet!
Oh, Cindy. That ship has sailed. haha
And I wish I didn’t have other things to do aside from reading this weekend. The Keysmashing Tots aren’t here (miss them dearly) but there’s a bunch of other errands, chores, groceries, et. al., to get through. Life happens. 🙂 I actually hoped to have logged more hours and books by this point. That’s not even including all the writing I have slated for my June Writing Challenges. Oh, and that ole partridge in a pear tree.
See you on the hop and can’t wait to see what else you’ve been reading so far.
Hope those eyes of yours are holding up! Happy reading into the wee hours!
At this point, I think my eyes are the only things holding ME up. In a word. Zonked. The reading was happy and the wee hours laughed at me.