Currently Reading…

I’ll be honest with you – I don’t have a review for today. Suddenly moving last month really threw off my schedule, so while I am in the process of reading and watching some stories I’ve been wanting to write reviews on, I have to play a bit of catch up. But just so that you’re not completely disappointed, here’s a sneak peek of some of the reviews coming up in the following weeks:

  • Agnes Grey by Anne Brontë (Under-appreciated Classics series)
  • Hook and why it’s not as bad as people say
  • Elantris, why I’m glad it’s not the first Sanderson book I read, and my thoughts on the Cosmere reading order

But I’m currently reading many more books than those in the list above. I don’t write reviews for most of the books I read because 1) I don’t want to write book reviews every single day for every single blog post and 2) I like to read simply for enjoyment! Writing reviews is fun, but doing it too often becomes a chore.

So here are the books I’m currently reading for fun. You probably won’t see reviews on them, but at the moment, I can recommend them all!

  • The Crucified Life by A.W. Tozer
  • Published. by Chandler Bolt
  • The Beast of Talesend by Kyle Robert Shultz
  • The Emperor’s Soul by Brandon Sanderson (which I actually already finished, so can confirm it’s incredible and 100% worth reading even if you’re not familiar with the Cosmere)

What are you reading/have read recently? Anything you’d recommend? Let me know in the comments

Happy reading!

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