It’s been a while …

Well, it’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve written a post.
This is bad! Imogen, don’t let this happen again! Ok? Ok.

Unfortunately, I can’t write too much right now as I am busy attempting to finish an essay for uni which is due tonight! :/ Yep. Two days before Christmas. Spectacular timing.

Brief update on my reading situation. I finished listening to the audiobook of The Signature for All Things last night. I’m not gonna lie, I nearly cried. And I just cannot stop thinking about it. It was pretty hard-hitting. Yet beautiful, so very, very beautiful. Kudos to you, Elizabeth Gilbert. Review to come!

It doesn’t seem like I’m going to make my goal of 55 books this year, but I will definitely make 52, and possibly 53. Which is at least a book a week – yay! I have approximately 30 pages left of Joanna Trollope’s Sense and Sensibility. It’s actually killing me that I can’t just sit down and finish it right now. But alas, study calls.

Speaking of which, I should continue essay writing now.

Apologies for this being a particularly boring blog post about not much at all. But I just need to post something whenever I get the chance, otherwise this blog may face the fate so many other have faced: ultimately being forgotten, and then deleted.

Will write again soon! I hope …

Xx

P.s. Have just started the audiobook of Longbourn by Jo Baker. It may appear that I read Jane Austen themed books quite often, but really, I don’t. I’m just going through a phase right now! This book nearly slipped under my radar. Someone mentioned it to me the other month, saying it was getting good reviews, but then I promptly forgot about it. Until just last week a friend of mine was talking about it, and I have since heard in mentioned several times – all with wonderful reviews. So I bought it on audio because the narrator’s voice was really pretty :) Random House have a free sample, here. I’m really looking forward to it! (I’m only 3 minutes in so far ;) )

Yay! Finished!
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