A Quick Update!

Hello everyone!

I just wanted to give you a quick update with everything! I am now entering week 3 of my recovery from surgery. I got the ok from my doctor that I am able to go back to my daily norm. However I am not exactly at a 100% norm mode. I still get super tired. But I am doing the best that I can at my own pace and I am not going to treat my recovery like a race.

What have I been up to???

Well I have been mostly reading books, watching movies, and doing puzzles more than anything at the moment. So writing more blog posts will happen when it happens.

Here is some books that I have read and I’ll link them below. Most of my books were in my “to read” pile for months and some since 2016. The public libraries, and the online book shop stores: The Ripped Bodice, and Politics & Prose have literally been my best friends for the past couple of weeks.

Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

The Heiress Hunt by Joanna Shupe

Looking for Mr. GoodBar by Judith Rossner

I also have been reading a bunch of young Adult books from the mid 1980’s -mid 1990’s. I never really read those books when I was that age but I am making up for lost time! Some of the short novels were better than I expected them to be!

Also I enjoy getting book recommendations. So if you have any books worthy of recommendations please leave a comment below!

Some upcoming events/ things to look forward to. I have sent all various interview questions to some amazing people. So be on the look out for some great interviews coming soon to the blog.

Also I will be have a giveaway this weekend with a great small business: alwaysfits

Also I would like to extend a warm thank you to everything who has offer concern, positive vibes or an ear to talk to during my post surgery and afterwards. You all are amazing!!!

Until next time!!!

  • Clarissa

4 thoughts on “A Quick Update!

  1. If you like horror you should check out Spawn by Shaun Hutson. I’ve been buying his vintage books from stores on Etsy which has meant I’ve been able to buy the original first or second reprints. Other than that I always recommend Paul Auster’s early work – Oracle Night, Mr. Vertigo, Leviathan, Moon Palace.

    The Music of Chance is probably his best but I’ve never read it because I saw the movie first and I love that film so much that I don’t need to read the book.

    For non-fiction The Jigsaw Man by Paul Britton is worth a read if you like crime procedurals. It’s about the first real forensic psychologist in Britain who worked with the police in profiling and helping to solve some of the most notorious crimes in the late 20th century – from the James Bulger case, Fred and Rose West etc. Fascinating insight. Anyway, hope whatever surgery you had is getting better! Cheers, Tony.

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