My Kindle has spoiled me with not having to have good light in order to read. I‘ve tried various clip on book lights over the years and have never been satisfied with them. And I hate the extra weight they add, it throws the balance off the book even if they are lightweight. I bought a neck light this time and have loved it!! Plus it will be nice when I knit or cross stitch. (Couldn‘t take a photo I liked, so using the manufacturer pic.)
I‘m taking liberty with the term “book haul” as one came from the library. 😁 Most of my books these days are for Kindle, but with “Well Met” being based at a Renaissance faire, I had to have a paper copy. I have a huge love for RenFaires! And who doesn‘t love “The Princess Bride”? I heard that the audiobook for “As You Wish” was amazing, so I picked up the CDs from my library. #asyouwish #caryelwes
Finished this tonight. I didn‘t realize that it was a novella, which is no big deal, I just don‘t recall seeing it mentioned anywhere. It was an enjoyable read and I will be continuing with the series. ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 if that‘s the method you use.
First finish for the month of November. Book # 20/24 for the #goodreadschallenge . I‘m terrible at reviews, so bare with me. This didn‘t grab me quite to the extent that The Maze Runner did, but it was still worth ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. And apparently there is a #readathon going on this weekend in Litsy land, so I‘m using that, as well as one on Facebook, as motivation to get as much reading done as possible! #24B4Monday #LitsyPartyOfOne
Did not get in the amount of reading today that I thought I was going to. I like the book, I‘m just having a hard time with being motivated to pick it up. I‘m really wanting something more light hearted at the moment, but The Scorch Trials is a library book and I feel like I need to get it finished before I move on to something else.