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My delay...

Ok, you've probably noticed I've been MIA for a week or 2 now.

It's not because I want to, I promise. My job has me swimming drowning in paperwork. I can barely see the light of day. In fact, I heard the chirping of a bird the other day and had to pause a moment because I didn't realize it was a bird! So, yeah. Super busy.

I have been reading, though. I've been reading a lot actually. It's the only thing that helps me rest at 2 a.m. when I finally wind down from all the day-time work. Of course, it's never wise to start/read a book at 2 a.m. because I just can't stop at a few pages (or chapters)!

So, until things settle down a bit, I will be taking a break. =( I'm sad about it, but I have to pay the bills. Being an adult does have its drawbacks at times. Wish I could read all day and discuss books and still eat and have a house, but alas, that doesn't happen in my world.

When I return, I promise I'll have lots of book reviews. (I've read about 5 books so far I need to write up!) Hopefully things will settle down after the big "conference" later in September.

Wish me luck!


  1. Real life can be a pain sometimes:) Hopefully things will calm down soon and you'll be able to get back to blogging.

  2. Being a grown up sucks. I'm in a similar-ish position and I'm going crazy! So much reading, not enough writing time. Good luck with everything!

  3. Reading helps my brain quit churning at night too. Best of luck!

  4. Thanks for the support guys! I actually have a moment, so hopefully I can get a few reviews scheduled for the month. =)


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