I only participate in a few book blogging events every year and this (see image/link above) is one of them. This year’s event is from tomorrow through Sunday, Nov. 29, although I will be starting this afternoon. Here’s how Jenn describes the event:
There are no rules to the weekend, we’re simply hoping to devote a good amount of time to reading, and perhaps meeting some of our reading challenges and goals for the year. We thought it’d be fun if we cheered each other on a bit.
As I mentioned in my last post, I might try to read a little from a collection of the first three Ruth Galloway series by Elly Griffiths that I picked up on my Kindle earlier this year. I dipped into it once before but it didn’t grab me, but based on lavish praise from Amanda of the blog The Zen Leaf, I’m giving it another try.
I also borrowed three ebooks from the Free Library of Philadelphia: The Big Bamboo, Hurricane Punch, and Atomic Lobster, the eight, ninth and 10th respectively in the Serge Storms series by Tim Dorsey. And lastly, I have One by One They Disappeared by Moray Dalton (Katherine Mary Deville Dalton), an author to which I was introduced by a friend via the blog The Passing Tramp.
So as you can see, I have choices. As I’m still recovering from mild symptoms of COVID-19 and have been in a little big of “a brain fog,” I’ll be lucky to get through one or two of them, but I like having choices in case one series doesn’t work for me or if I want to try something else.
I’ll let you know how I did in my next post on Sunday. Until then, stay safe, stay well…and may The Force be with you.
6 thoughts on “2020 Thankfully Reading Weekend — I’m in!”
I am so glad to be reminded of this reading event, so thank you. I’ll go post about it after catching up on a few more blogs. Enjoy and happy holidays. I hope you feel better soon!
Reading and Feasting = perfect weekend. Hope your brain fog clears enough to let you read.
Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Reading!
Glad you are making some progress Bryan, people seem to be affected quite differently. I’ve never tried: Elly Griffiths but, always wanted to. Enjoy tomorrow and the coming reading event.
Hooray! I’m glad you’ll be joining in again!!
Wouldn’t miss it, but especially this year. Thanks for having again, especially with everything being so crazy.
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