Whoosh! That’s the sound of me getting behind

Here I am vacating and I feel like I’m getting behind. Is that even possible? I finished Brockmann’s All Through The Night and started E. George’s book but I think it’s too dark and depressing for me right now. I’ll probably pick it up again later. So now I’m going to go through the TBR and start looking for what I do feel like.

I started notebooking Xia’s story today. Got some cool ideas. I need to go to bed now because I was up too late last night.

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2 Responses to “Whoosh! That’s the sound of me getting behind”

  1. Susan/DC says:

    Suzanne Brockmann’s “All Through the Night” or Connie Brockway’s book of the same name? I’ve not read the Brockmann, but the Brockway is beautifully done and powerful — definitely an ‘A’.

    In an earlier post you mention the latest E. George. I couldn’t bring myself to read this after what she put her characters through in the previous book. She wrote beautifully of loss but I was so angry at her. I know she’s the author and they’re her books, but when I read that she felt that this was the only option for Lynley, all I could think was WTF? Just when it seems like he will be happy it gets snatched away? This is one of those “just make it stop” books, I guess. And it almost makes it worse that she wrote it so beautifully — she can’t just be ignored.

  2. Carolyn says:

    Susanne Brockmann’s All Through the Night. As for the E. George book, I’ve never read her before, but the book was just too relentlessly depressing and I wasn’t in the mental place where I felt I could read on. I’ll pick it up again eventually because it came highly recommended.
    Happy Holidays!
    Carolyn