Welcome to Book Bites, where you get a glimpse into my reading life! Here I chronicle what I’ve finished (and what you can expect reviews on soon!), what I’m reading right now, and what I’m reading next.
I’ve managed to get a little more reading in lately! I ended up taking a couple of days off from work and just used the time to veg and relax. It was much needed. I read a couple of light fluff reads, and started Beartown finally. It’s different from Backman’s other books -just as good, just not as light or whimsical.
I’m having a terrible time getting into Strange the Dreamer, so I decided to put that one on hold for now. I’ve also paused on Gone with the Wind, simply because I want to read it all at once, and I need to knock out a couple other books first. Like the Book Club book and the rest of my Netgalley queue…though I’m happy to report I’ve got my ratio up to 74%, which is pretty stinkin’ good.
Oh, and good news – I passed my test! I’m now a certified project manager. I was convinced I’d failed – so convinced in fact, that I didn’t bother reviewing any of my answers. I was so fed up by the end of the test that I just hit submit. Imagine my surprise when the computer flashed “CONGRATULATIONS ON PASSING YOUR PMP EXAM” up on the screen. I’m pretty sure I jerked back, my mouth dropped open, and I probably made a little noise of disbelief.
Last Week’s Posts:
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Soon I’ll Be Reading:
What are you reading right now? Any must-read books I should add to my list soon?
Missed what I read last week?
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