Ug. I feel so bad for ignoring this blog for so long. I swear, it is not intentional.

The fact of the matter is, I don’t have time to manage 2 blogs and my Patreon since I started my new job. Two of the three drive sales for my books and add to my income; I have to focus on them out of survival.

I’ve also been in a reading slump since January. I’m starting to get over it, and have finished a couple of audiobooks recently, but I don’t know when I’ll get a chance to write the reviews.

I haven’t forgotten about the Library, and I do want to get back to it. But it’s going to be on a much more sporadic schedule than I’d like.

In the mean time, let me leave you with the books on my TBR I’m most looking forward to reading this year. Yes, I am behind:

A Curious History of Sex by Kate Lister

The Deathless Divide by Justina Ireland

Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba Bray

A Tyranny of Petticoats by Jessica Spotswood

The Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

NeuroTribes by Steve Silberman

What are you looking forward to? Have you already gotten your hands on your most anticipated book of the year?



Hey guys! Thanks for sticking with me the past few weeks. It’s been pretty rough. We only just got internet in our apartment a couple of days ago, so hopefully I’ll be back to a regular schedule. I’m starting off with just Mondays and Fridays for the moment because I’m still playing catch up.


Taking a break

Hey, guys. If you’re followers of my regular blog then you know that I’m prepping for a cross country move. I haven’t had the time or energy for a lot of reading the last couple of weeks, so I’m going to take a little time away from blogging and reviewing, just until I get my feet under me again. I had hoped to keep things going here in the mean time, but I need to accept that isn’t going to happen. At the very least, this will give me time to create a backlog of posts to prepare for my return.

While I’m away, could you do me a favor? Leave me a comment below with things you like, what you want to see more of, and what you think should change around here.

What are your most anticipated books? Anything I should look up?

Also, if you’ve been to Seattle, what’s your favorite indie book store?