The last few weeks have been a bit crazy, but this week just has two real days! Wednesday morning we’re hopping a train for New York, catching Hamilton that evening, and sticking around through Saturday. I’m leaving behind my laptop and everything school related (which you’ll probably see me cursing myself for next Monday) so that means I get six hours of free train reading each way. I couldn’t be more thrilled. Sadly, the trip means I’m missing out on the 24-Hour Readathon, but you can still sign up if you haven’t yet!
Those twelve hours are even more necessary than usual with this little reading slump I’m in. Thankfully, taking a few days away from the books helped a bit (I finished Commonwealth!), but I think I just need some good, uninterrupted reading time. I’m just now getting started on Marcy Dermansky’s The Red Car and Andi Zeisler’s We Were Feminists Once. I’ve really been looking forward to both, so here’s hoping they keep hold. If not, I’m packing a Kobo full of options just in case!