Sunday Salon : So this is (temporarily) goodbye!
For many of you, the turkey has come and gone, and some of you even took some time to read this weekend. What a great idea! I would have loved to join – although I did read a lot this week, considering the craziness that is school. With all the stress and insomnia that the end of the semester brings, I consider reading like a necessity of the mind: after some time, all those art philosophers’ big words don’t fit into my brain!
Which brings me to this post title : So this is (temporarily) goodbye!
This is my last Sunday Salon until the end of December. There will also be a lot less posting in general. I know I’ll miss it, but I don’t want to repeat what happened in my mid-terms (which was : me posting everyday, but having no time to visit other bloggers). So in the next weeks, I’ll use my procrastination seconds to go around the blogs a little. So, I guess this is kind of the apologetic post of “sorry I wasn’t there recently!”, except that I’m writing it in advance – and I promise not to apologize again! 😉
So, back to the books. Like I said, Stress+Insomnia=Reading time, and I can’t read essays for university since those bring back the stress and then the insomnia. (By the way, if you have any tips for those issues, I’ll take them!) The irony is that I read a lot this week, but I read a lot of not-so-good things. Not bad, just, blah.
Books Read this Week :
- The Guinea Pig Daries, by A.J. Jacobs (this was good : review)
- Soulless, by Gail Carriger (didn’t like – almost did not finish)
- Over the Holidays, by Sandra Harper (was okay-good)
- In a Perfect World, by Laura Kasischke (was okayish-with-some-issues)
Now it’s back to work – see you all around! 😀