It’s the final day of August, I’m pulling the woolly garments out of their drawers, and the online SFF celebration season in my part of the blogosphere is almost upon us. Let’s wrap this month up and get on with looking forward!
So the weather’s gotten abominably warm, to the point where I’m hydrating more than I’ve ever hydrated before. On the plus side, I’m on a wonderful streak of reading amazing books, and with August on the doorstep, Worldcon is that much closer! Let’s look at what July got done, and take a look ahead at some fun things coming soon!
… Because it has been pretty damn hot around these very Scottish parts lately. Like, really. What is going on. Anyway! June was a month. Let’s recap it, shall we?
It is May 31st, and I’m wondering where the heck the month went. I mean, I do that a lot anyway – but this month was particularly whirlwind-ish. But it was a lot of fun and I’m a little sad that it’s over! Let’s look back at what got done.
Well, that was a month. There were no book reviews, since I am up to my ears in trying to prepare for Wyrd and Wonder, but I did get some fun little side things in, and elsewhere everything is excitement! Let’s look at what April brought…
It’s been another lean month, book-wise – but in other areas, it’s been rather exciting! Let’s look back at March…
So I blinked and missed February. Huh. Not a lot got written about this month (thanks, Anxiety), but I’m telling myself that this is OK. My disposition is a bit sunnier now, and plans are being made! Let’s take a quick look at what February did.
So I survived December’s insane workload and January’s relentless efforts to trap me in depression mode. February is here, I am reading ALL THE THINGS, and cold weather or no cold weather, things are looking up. Now let’s look back a little bit, shall we?
It is December 1st. HOW DID THIS HAPPEN. Regardless, before I turn my attention to work, work, Christmas and work for the next few weeks, let’s take a look back at the sheer madness that was November!
October is over, the weather has turned, and it’s time for the heavier blankets to come out of their drawers. But even though the season might be playing havoc with my moods, I have emerged from a reading slump – and not a moment too soon… Let’s recap.