200th Post and May 2021 Reading Recap

Apparently I’ve posted on here two hundred times now. To be honest, it seems like that number should be higher, but I’m still kind of surprised. I’ve basically decided at this point that writing will only be a hobby for me (or rather, it’s become clear that anything else would take so long that I should probably be considering other options), but I still like throwing my opinions on writing in general and books specifically into the void, and apparently some other people enjoy reading it, which is more than I expected.

If you’re reading this post, hey, thanks, and keep on reading for the brief and kinda boring list of what I read in May.

Archangel’s Blade (Guild Hunter #4) by Nalini Singh, re-read
Archangel’s Viper (Guild Hunter #10) by Nalini Singh, re-read
Storm Born (Dark Swan #1) by Richelle Mead, re-read
Thorn Queen (Dark Swan #2) by Richelle Mead, re-read
Angel of the Overpass (Ghost Roads #3) by Seanan McGuire, new read

So basically, I re-read some old favourites while waiting for my delayed pre-orders to arrive (Angel of the Overpass and Mr Impossible), and then I read one of them. I had forgotten how much happens in every book of the Dark Swan series, I really liked those books, but I just got really sick of reading books with sexual assault in them. It seems like everything I pick up lately features it as a plot point, and I got really burnt out. That, and all of the books I read in April, is probably why this month was pretty slow, but I have a couple of books I’m looking forward to reading next month, cold weather (I’m Australian) always makes me want to read and make things by the fire, so hopefully next months post will have a more diverse selection of books, and more linked reviews.

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