Welp, looks like we’ve got some catching up to do, eh?
Apologies to the reader(s?) who have been anxious for more blog posts on invasive carp species and fiction novels.
It’s hard out here for someone who feels going online is best treated as an activity and not a lifestyle. (Basically I’m stuck in 2003, folks. This should come as no surprise by now.)

Hopefully the winter months are behind us, my sweet midwestern angels, and we can return to outdoor jogs and sun-tans. I, for one, am ready.

So until then, figured I’d share my End-Of-Winter-To-Read list, to help get through these last few blustery weeks.

‘Dark Places’ by Gillian Flynn. I’ve just started chapter two and can tell I need to set aside a whole day to keep reading, as there’s no chance of stopping.

‘Room’ by Emma Donoghue. Heard great things about this!

‘Teen Angst? Naaah…’ by Ned Vizzini. Have been re-reading these essays he wrote as a teen himself, and…man, didn’t know him but do I miss Ned Vizzini.

‘More Happy Than Not’ by Adam Silvera. I appreciate an author with a good tall joke in their bio. We’re nature’s lighthouses – we have to stick together.

Plus I’ve got roughly three shelves of books I keep picking up at various thrift stores. I’ll let you know how I fare.

What are you reading these days?