This is an update

This is just a quick update to let y’all know that I’m FINALLY and TRULY moved into my new house! We don’t have internet set up yet, so I’m dependent on free public wifi which means I probably won’t be online much for the next few weeks. I’m trying to write some posts at home and get them ready enough to publish by the time I get to a wifi connection, but I keep getting distracted by my books and my zines and my many wonderful things that I nearly forgot I owned.

I’ve dug out my Young Wizard books and I’ve decided to read them first. I’ve read the first three (I think?) but none of the rest, and since I own seven of them that’s a little sad. I’ve already finished So You Want to Be a Wizard (which I’ve read probably 10 times and still love wholeheartedly) and I’m now halfway through Deep Wizardry. It’s got talking whales and stuff! Yay!

After the Young Wizards books I’m hoping I can find my Harry Potter books so I can read them next, but there’s a LOT of boxes to dig through, y’all. I kind of don’t want to unpack them all right now, either, because I don’t have anywhere to put the stuff once I’ve unpacked it. So my reading schedule is really dependent on what I find first, haha!

So that’s what I’ve been doing and what I WILL be doing for the next week or so. What have you all read lately? Anything interesting happen since I last posted something? Is there more drama or have things been relatively quiet?

I miss you all! Hopefully I’ll have a more reliable source of internet soon. Until then, happy reading!

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  1. Hurrah! I’m glad you finally have a house again.

  2. Congratulations on your new house! I’ve started unfollowing anyone I thought would cause unnecessary drama so there’s no drama that I know of. :-) Have fun decorating and reading.

  3. Congrats on the move! Thanks for the link to the Young Wizards books, too–I’m checking them out now. :)

    No drama here, as I’m still in Argentina on my honeymoon. Back off home tomorrow, though!

  4. Congratulations on the house! That is awesome and I hope you are all settled and internetted up very soon. And that you find the best books in the world. I sort of love the process of unpacking books — you always find things you’d at least partly forgotten about.

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