My week in reading

This weekend has not been very successful in getting much of anything done. Therefore, this week, I aim to blitz my way through the rest of the novel I am currently reading, start reading a new ARC from NetGalley, and read a Walker children’s book.

I am currently reading Stephen and Owen King’s Sleeping Beauties. I enjoy taking my time with any King novel, as I like to take in the sheer beauty of language used and the raw character elements. I am over halfway through, so this week I aim to complete it.

I have been given permissions to read A Guide for Murdered Children by Sarah Sparrow from Penguin on NetGalley, and am ready to give this one a good read, despite current average reviews.

Last week, I won a children’s book from Walker in a Twitter competition, so am ready to give that one a good read. I am sure it will provide some much-needed relief from the other two more serious books.

I will be continuing with my NaNoWriMo novel, of which I have gotten halfway through (25,000 words).

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