Sounds like a good old fashioned clean up is in the lead. Maybe not deleting software but deleting enough to give it a fresh feeling. I would hate to lose the book stuff we have even if it's not a ton, but I go back and fourth with whether it would be good to just start fresh all together.
I'm excited! I might have ordered the book this tv-show is based on so I can read it beforehand. It was not in the planning, but it is now 😂 But I'm easy to please when it comes to fantasy tv-shows, and this is a world I've loved so I think I will like it if I manage my expectations a bit.
I can't say enough how amazing Andy Serkis is. My daughter is listening too. My son has a strong aversion to audio books. He is almost done with fellowship.
I am thinking that I will definitely go through Amanda's list and at the very least read all of the connected books that I missed. I too was so invested in all of the characters. He really made us love them all even the ones we are supposed to hate.
I am up for anything as far as the read a thons go. I sometimes have trouble doing
I did just read Little Women and that was it. I may go on in the future, but it was a buzzword book for April, of course I am behind on that. But I'm thinking as long as I do those prompts through out the year and not specifically in the month they are assigned, I will complete them all at some point. I think you said you were doing it that way too?
I do hope to make a spread in my journal for the read-a-thon, I am so behind in my journal. I need to catch up. I'm hoping to
This is an impressive list. A lot of long books. Are you reading just Little Women or are you reading the bind up that includes Little Wives?
I also picked the Dark Side. I thought the prompts were more fun (what does that say about me?). I tried to fit in all the books I already planned to read for the month of May, but I will probably have to change my TBR as library books become available. For example, Nettle & Bone is waiting for me to pick it up now. This was a surprise, because I
So, my son started reading The Hobbit a few days ago. He is doing immersion reading with the Serkis audiobook. I have never seen him this excited about a book. He loves to read and he has many favorites, but this one I think is special because he has been a big fan of LOTR, but had struggled to read it in the past. He was only 6 or 7 at the time. We tried the audiobooks before, but he didn't like the narrator. Now with Andy Serkis, it is fun and he brings the story to life. Even the songs are fu