Man, this weekend flew by. I got to do more reading this weekend than I thought I would be able to though, so I’m pretty happy. As you saw yesterday, I have a full week of reading ahead of me, but I figure I might as well update you anywho!
What did I read last?
I really like getting to see Megan and Owen as they were friends and see how they challenged each other to realize things about themselves. But holy hell is Megan so beyond childish. She abbreviates everything she does when she texts, flirts with any boy with legs that’s a jock, and basically throws tantrums with her Dad over things she really should know to discuss since she’s a senior in freaking high school. Overall I did enjoy the play aspect and like I said, Owen, so that made up for a lot of things that were frustrating. If you can look past some minor things and want something kind of fluffy with some real world problems, I’d recommend this one for you.
What am I currently reading?
I started this one before I went to bed last night and made it about 5 chapters in. So far it’s got a decent start, and I know I pretty much love anything Kasie West since she’s an autobuy author for me. This is about a girl named Kate who lives on a lake and helps her parents run a marina. It’s the beginning of a new school year where she has to go to the next town over to go to school. There she’s been talked in to taking a podcast class by her best friend Alana. Apparently she’s going to be the host and going to start giving advice to other students as they call in to the show but I haven’t gotten to that part yet. I honestly can probably finish it today to be honest, since I found Hoopla has the audiobook already so I checked it out to listen on my drive back to my place from my parents this afternoon.
This one I also started yesterday, and I’ll read it story by story, because that’s just kind of how I work through anthologies. I’ve only finished the first one, and I have to say so far I’m pretty happy that this is just a library book because I first of all don’t like love triangles as it is, they annoy me, as well as being kind of bored during the entire first story. I’m starting to think that I just may not be a person made for anthologies, because I just sometimes don’t get anything from them. But then other times I do get stuff from the stories, so I don’t know. I guess I just need to keep trying until I really figure out what I should read genre wise when it comes to anthologies.
What do I plan to read next?
So, this isn’t even on my TBR for this week. But I’m 98% sure my library book is over due and I need to get it back to the library this weekend to not make my library even more angry at me. I do originally have an ARC of this on my kindle but I’m still iffy about ARCs on there because sometimes the formatting comes across really weird and makes it hard to read. So since this one is out and I have the library version I am going to work on reading this one, and hopefully quickly so I can work on reading more of my Cramathon TBR this week. This has a lot of gaming background and is the main point of view of a girl that does programming for the games, so it’s right up my alley!
What are you guys reading? Let me know below and I hope to see you tomorrow!