Sunday, December 19, 2010

Sunday Salon: Well, I seem to out of my reading slack!


Yes, you got it right! I finished two books last week and on my third! After a long slack, that is a POSITIVE! My total is 93 and I think I can reach 100. I am keeping my fingers crossed. But if I do not, that is okay too. I am on a self-enforced book buying ban, although I did cheat a bit by buying The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson. 

Creativity wise, I am on a writing spree. My poetry is flowing. I discovered new poetry sites, and also sites which offer great prompts. That is another feather in my cap, this poetry writing!

I will write about my best reads of 2010 in the last week of the year. Not that I read much in the last four months! I deleted a lot f blogs from my google reader but I added more than I deleted. I am very thankful that my book blogger friends were supportive when I was down in the dumps and also encouraged me when I was on that reading slack. 

Right now, I better get back to reading. A crime fiction, that is! Wish me luck, so that I stick to it!

6 comments:

readerbuzz said...

Happy day! I hate it when I'm not reading and enjoying a good book. Glad you are back in the saddle.

My Sunday Salon is here: www.readerbuzz.blogspot.com

Jennifer said...

Happy Sunday! It is good to hear your writing is coming along so well. You can reach 100! I will be *so* close to hitting 500 books this year, but I am not pushing it to make that mark. I plan to enjoy my next two weeks as much as possible.

Alice Audrey said...

I don't consider myself to be in a slack, but I'll have well under 100 books read this year. Ten years ago it was well over 200. The difference? I didn't read blogs back then.

Marce said...

My goal was 50 and I did beat that, i'm on 57 right now so i'm pleased.

So glad your out of the rut :-)

BTW I bought Blood over Badge after seeing it on your blog, look forward to that one next year.

Gavin said...

Glad you are out of your slump. Can't wait to see your Best Reads.

bermudaonion said...

Yay for creative spurts! Don't push yourself - just enjoy!