Anyway, I have some more weird dream stuff to tell you all about! Except this time it's more of a recurring thing that's been happening rather than a specific dream.
Sometimes my mind narrates my dreams as though I'm reading a book.
Seriously. This is a new thing that started happening about a year or two ago when I started getting back into writing. And it's not even like a voiceover in a movie, it's literally like I'm reading (or writing) a book at the same that the scene is playing out in front of me with the descriptions of everything going on and all that. Now if only I could harness this power, record all the writing I apparently literally do in my sleep, maybe I'd have a book written by now, haha. Does this ever happen to anyone else? It feels really strange.
Anyway, I actually do not have any real news to share this week, so I will just leave you with that and get on with the bookish and bloggy stuff.
I was interviewed! If you want to learn some random things about me, check it out here on Daniela Ark’s blog 🙂 (Actually, you should just check out her blog anyway!)
I’ve also been thinking, even though I never actually went ARC crazy and am pretty picky about what I accept… I still feel like I’m accepting too many review copies that just aren’t books I’m DYING to read, and therefore I end up enjoying them but not LOVING them. Meanwhile, I have a whole TBR full of books, some of which I am dying to read. And I had goals at the beginning of the year that have been getting neglected. So I think I might get even stricter about review copies from now on. Well, I’m gonna try. I make no promises lol. But I did good this week since I didn’t get any!
Books I Received for Review:
Books I Finished:
Yeah, slow reading week for me. I’ve been having trouble concentrating. Anyway, Chasing Sunrise was surprisingly dark considering the lightness of the cover, and it was very character driven, so I was happy about those things. I was also happy that it had vampires because I feel like I haven’t read enough vampire books lately. And I had never read about a cross-dressing character before.
Song of the Week:
“Genghis Khan” by Miike Snow – I have no idea what this song is about (I really don’t see the connection between Genghis Khan and monogamy), but it’s catchy.
In Case You Missed It:
– I shared book covers with skulls on them.
– I asked you all what age protagonists you prefer.
– I reviewed How to Ditch Dead Guys by Ann M. Noser, a great sequel in an amazing, emotional, quirky urban fantasy series.
– I reviewed Artificial by Jadah McCoy, a gritty, gripping start to a new sci-fi/cyberpunk/android/dystopian/genetic engineering series.
The Sunday Post Link-Up:
Once again, I’m linking up to The Sunday Post at Caffeinated Book Reviewer 🙂