Monday, July 27, 2020

It's Monday! What Are You Reading

I can't believe that July is almost over. To be honest, I am not looking for summer to end. Being a librarian is something that I love, but the thought of going back to school during this pandemic is a scary thought. Our library will be closed to students, but instead we will go to the classrooms for library time. I'm still not sure exactly how that will look. And who knows, if the numbers keep rising, we may be virtual yet.

As for what I am reading this week, her we go:

I feel like I am lagging a little with this one. It has been a hectic few weeks because we just moved so to be honest that seems to be taking priority, but I am going to try and buckle down and get this one done in the next few days. I just don't seem quite as drawn to it as I was to the first book in the series, but that could be a lot of factors to be honest. 

I still haven't decided what I want to read next - do I pick something new or something that has been on my TBR pile for awhile? All of my physical books are in totes or suitcases from the move - maybe I'll just reach in and see if it is one I haven't read yet. I think we can all relate to having too many books to choose from.

Happy Monday and Happy Reading!


  1. I am glad to be retired. The thought of going back to work in a school setting is frankly terrifying. I haven't heard if Minnesota is going to go in person or virtually or some combination. I enjoyed the ones of that Sarah Maas series I read but would have to start over again if I picked up one I haven't read. I read so much fantasy for a while that I keep getting plots confused between them all. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

  2. I'm a public librarian, and we're having a meeting about limited opening to the public next month. Right now it's just curbside pickup service. I've always meant to read something by Sarah Maas, but I don't think I ever have. The local schools haven't announced their plans yet, but most in the state cut elementary and middle-school librarians from their budgets long ago, anyway, unfortunately. My post is at if you have time to visit!