Though I have so many ideas for posts, both reading and book reviews have been put on hold this month. For the fourth year in a row, I've joined Nanowrimo, which is an annual challenge to write a 50,000-word novel in November. The really exciting part is I'm actually on track to win this year (winning = reaching 50k words). This will be a personal first. :) I've never got so far before, and this kind of dedication, to something of my own, is really unusual for me. Hopefully I might even finish early, before the 30th!
That said - once Nanowrimo is over, I'll be back blogging again. I am so excited to talk about my reading challenges from this year, as well as new books and new TBRs that have come my way. Some upcoming posts might cover:
- The Picture of Dorian Gray
- Recap of the Reading London Challenge
- Recap of the Mount TBR Challenge
- A brief glance at other reads from this year (which I haven't reviewed in full)
- New challenges for next year, perhaps?
In 2017, I would love to bring back the book journal series, where I take a lengthy book and blog about it in little chunks. Past book journals are The Brothers Karamazov and Seven Pillars of Wisdom. There's a poll in the left sidebar with some options. Please vote away (and thank you to those two who already have!)...