Monday plans (#7)

Reading

Plan for last week:

Plan for this week:

I’ve been reading Clockwork Angel for what feels like forever, and I’m really struggling to get into it. I don’t hate it or anything, I just don’t particularly like it, and I resent it taking up reading time when I have so much else I want to read instead.  I think I’m going to struggle on through this one, but then take Clockwork Prince back to the library and come back to it during a quieter reading period!

Blog/Personal

Plan for last week:

  • Mess about with layout! – Done! StudentSpyglass has a new header, subscription buttons and colour scheme.

Plan for this week:

  • Make a badge
  • Start working on a bucket list.  I’ll probably be using the 101/1001 website for some of this, just because I find it a great tool for putting ideas together!

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Disclaimer

– The book links included here go to Amazon – yes this DOES mean that if you choose to purchase the book through that link, I may make a small percentage of the sale.
– This in no way increases the price of the book to you, and every book included here is one I personally have read/plan to read.  I have chosen to include Amazon links not only for monetizing purposes but also because Amazon is where I buy my books – they’re cheaper than competitors, include free delivery and offer student discount.

What are you reading? What are your plans for the week?

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5 thoughts on “Monday plans (#7)

  1. Touch of Power was good. I have some trouble with Cassandra Clare’s books too. I read City of Bones and didn’t really feel any desire to continue on with the series. I know she has devoted fans but something is missing for me. Here is my Monday Report. Happy reading!

  2. George R.R. Martin is one of those authors that I really do need to try, but haven’t been properly motivated. Are you enjoying A Storm of Swords: Part 1 Steel and Snow as you continue reading it?

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