Weekly Wrap Up – December 2

Welcome to the first weekly wrap up of December! I think I’m out of practice writing these things, because it’s been a while. But I actually finished a book this week, so I’m going to write a post about it. That’s how it works, right? Obviously, I’m too tired to be functioning right now, so I’ll make this short and (relatively) painless.

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to read, so I’m just getting back into the swing of things. But, this week, I did manage to finish one book, because I refuse to give up my monthly reading goals. So I bit the bullet and read some Shakespeare to finish off the month of November. And the play I went with was Measure for Measure. Honestly, not my favorite, but it wasn’t terrible. Kind of like Twelfth Night meets The Canterbury Tales. (In case you’re unfamiliar with Medieval literature, that’s just my way of saying there was a lot of sex. It was probably as pornographic as they could get away with on stage in Elizabethan England.) But I crossed another Shakespeare play off my list, and that’s always a win. 

As for my current reads, at the moment, I am focusing on Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield. I am really enjoying this one so far. It’s weird and dark and magical, and I can’t wait to read more. I have my fingers crossed I can power through the rest of this book today in time to get a review up tomorrow.

That’s it for this week! Hopefully I’ll finish a few more books in the first week of December so I have more things to talk about next week. But I’m also working on planning out some great posts this month, because I am going to attempt to post every day in December. And I’m already regretting it a little bit. 

I hope you’re all having a great weekend! I’d love to hear what you’re reading, so be sure to share in the comments!

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