After all, tomorrow is another day

June 5, 2017 Meta 5

Just a quick note to let those of you who are reading the Wheel of Time series or the Wizard of Oz series along with me that — to no one’s surprise — my reviews/discussion posts will be rather delayed for the 5th and 6th books.

Confession: I have hardly been reading at all lately.

I know! Shock, despair, confusion, disbelief, etc. I don’t think I’ve actually think I’ve read a book THIS slow since I was first learning how to string letters together to make words.

And I owe a great many comments on other blogs as well. My RSS feed has well over 1,000 posts waiting patiently for attention — and let’s not mention my avalanche of browser bookmarks to sort through.

No apologies, just stating the facts. I hope you can forgive me, and possibly indulge a few non-bookish posts here in the near future. Life is a smörgåsbord for me right now, and I’m trying to embrace that rather than worrying about what all I’m not doing.

Thanks to you all for your patience, and I hope that you, Dear Reader, are enjoying good times or successfully fighting your way through the bad times right now.

5 Responses to “After all, tomorrow is another day”

  1. Jenna @ Falling Letters

    Sometimes reading just can’t be/isn’t our priority, and that’s not always a bad thing! I will still be around to read your blog whenever you are up to posting again 😛

  2. Al

    Good luck! Reading was my priority this month, but I only read one book. Gone With the Wind which was a doozy. Think this next month I’m going to stick to light reads now!

  3. Katie @ Doing Dewey

    I’m impressed by your choice to just accept that this is how things are right now without apologizing for it. I’ve been in a bit of a slump myself lately and for the most part, I manage to remember that blogging and reading are things I do for fun, not obligations I need to feel guilty for not doing. I have a harder time with events I’m hosting though. They do feel more like an obligation to other people. Since I never judge other bloggers when life gets in the way though, I think I should probably just relax about it 🙂

  4. Warren

    May was also a low -read month for me too – an unexpected addiction to Netflix and starting a second job kind of distracted me. Just about to start the May reads for our read-a-longs today so it will be another week or so before they are done, and maybe June’s reads by the end of the month. Don’t hurry on my account. 🙂

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