No new reading material arrived this week, so here is a photo of a properly shelved Pepper.
I had this whole past week off from work and I spent my time taking care of chores around the house, relaxing with my partner Zyra, and wrestling with our little orange maniacs. I didn’t write much of anything, though I did set out a rough weekly and monthly schedule for the first half of the new year, as well as some goals I would like to complete before my birthday in the first week of June.
I have been reading a lot, and it has been great! I finished The Eternal Husband and Other Stories (Dostoevsky) and Debt: The First 5,000 Years (Graeber), and to celebrate I dove into my stack of unread genre fiction. I read John Scalzi‘s The Collapsing Empire on Wednesday, Jim C. Hines‘ Terminal Uprising on Thursday, and This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone on Friday.
And as far as literary matters go for 2021, that’s a wrap. Happy New Year, everyone.