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Happy Sunday y’all! What an interesting few weeks it’s been since my last post. Spring has been interesting to say the least. In my area of the world, all nonessential businesses are now closed until at least April 13th, schools are closed and people are doing distance learning at home until at least the 24th, all of this is because of COVID-19. This impacts us on all levels (and I say us as the collective us, not just my own family). But I really don’t want to talk about the virus today. I want to talk books and how you are handling the social isolation we find ourselves in.
For me, I’m an introvert so I’m kinda loving staying home and away from people, I don’t thrive on attention or being in big groups. That said, I love to spend my time reading and blogging. However with everything on the news, my thoughts are scattered, and I can’t focus on reading or blogging, but I’m forcing myself to this week and in the coming weeks. Michelle and Berls @ Because Reading are starting COYER summer edition a little early. It started last Monday and I’ll have my goal post for it up tomorrow. They’ve added a few new features, including a monthly book club that I’ll be helping Berls with. Our first book is Parental Guidance by Avery Flynn. Join the COYER Facebook group to read along with us. 🙂
Currently Reading 📖
Coming Up This Week
- #COYER All Year & Quarantine Edition – goal post
- 2020 Reading Challenges – 1st Quarter Update
- WoW | What new release are you waiting on this week?
- The Lost Link by Michelle Bryan – review
- Heir of Iron Hearts by Bekah Harris – audio review
This Week’s Book Fix 📚
There are a ton of book deals going on right now and I wish I could list them all. Thank you so much to the authors and publishers that are making our social distancing a little easier
Your turn! What are you reading this week? How are you coping with social distancing? Stay safe & Happy Reading!