Fredrik M Lundh (dominicflandry) wrote,
Fredrik M Lundh

Promises, June/July update of

I wasn't at home when May turned into June, and when I came home I didn't feel like doing anything, so I didn't. (Spent one week mostly staring at the walls in my flat, then work started again. I'm a bit better now, but depression truly sucks)
Therefore this is for both June & July.

I haven't added any books to LibraryThing, bad.
I have only found 1 book to get rid of, bad.
I've gained weight, + 2 kg, so I'm back at 89 again, bad. (The weather has been to nice == to much ice cream)

Though I've actually read a few books lately.
On my birthday, in the beginning of June, I decided to buy books that I've heard people talk about.
I bought 2 books that I was curious about.
"Night Watch" by Terry Pratchett because everybody is always on about "how do they rise up".
Odd thing is I'm 100 % certain that I've read the beginning before, I clearly remember the fight on the roof.
But I have no recollection of the rest of the story. Did I start reading a Pratchett and stopped in the middle? Inconceivable!
I guess It's just my lousy memory acting up again.

"The Last Unicorn" by Peter Beagle, and I'm sure I haven't read that before.
Lovely book!

I've also started to read Steven Brust again, this time "Phoenix", unfortunately I don't have "Athyra" so now I need to find that somewhere
before I can read it. (I already have both "Orca" and "Dragon", so if I can find "Athyra" I'm almost caught up on young Vlad and his jolly adventures.)
Tags: depression, getting rid of books, librarything, promises, reading, weight loss

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