I’ve been in my new post-college job, in my new home for about a month and a half.
I’ve just recently begun to reestablish my regular writing practice. It’s definitely hard to balance with a full-time job, but I’m trying to ease myself into it, forgive myself when I’m too tired to focus on a story, and just keep my development as a writer in mind.
Did I mention I now have a Kindle? I’m certainly not Amazon’s biggest fan (or a fan at all), but it was a gift from The Boyfriend and I’ll be totally honest: I read more now that I have it. Mainly because my home library is on Overdrive, allowing me to check out and download ebooks from home and borrow them for a few weeks at a time. But as you can see, I still made room in my car for the majority of my books when I moved.
My two favorite books I read this summer were Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward and A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki. Anyone else read a book (or three?) that were amazing?