Sunday Update

I noticed recently that all I do is post book reviews on my blog, and I have been neglecting other aspects of reading like quotations, book lists, book updates, etc. I am thinking that Sunday will be a day to post book updates and various reading related things that I discovered during the week.

Book Updates:

Storm Riders by Margaret Weis and Robert Krammes -- This is an ARC that I received through GoodReads. I had been keeping it on the back burner, but I picked it up again today. I am enjoying it; however, I didn't read the first book in the series, and I am a bit confused as to what is happening. 22% completed

A Storm of Swords by GRR Martin -- I got this audiobook through my library. I have it for 21 days, and I must listen to at least 2.5 hours every day, or I will not finish it in time. I watched the most recent season of Game of Thrones (and read the books' wiki), so I know what is going to happen, but it is still enjoyable. I am really enjoying watching the TV series first, and then reading the books, because I have faces to go with (most of) the names and I can zone out at times and not miss anything. I won't have this luxury; however, once I get to the second half of the book. 36% completed

Ringworld by Larry Niven -- I am reading this for the Sword and Laser book club. The female characters in this book are pitiful. The male characters aren't too fabulous either, though. Ringworld is a classic and does the science fiction part well, even if the characters (and the plot sometimes) suffer for it. 34% completed

Dead until Dark by Charlaine Harris -- I started reading this to balance out some of the more depressing stuff I have been reading recently. The book isn't high literature by any means; on the other hand, the reader (I am doing the audiobook) is great and the book has been fun so far. ~33% completed

Random Fun:

Website on American Gods

Poor JK Rowling...or is it all a publicity thing?

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