Moving and Books

Hey folks,

I’ve been a very bad Bee, my last post was before halloween, I have had a good reason though. Moving house. We moved ourselves, which means it took us over a week to physically move between places, and we’re still in slight disarray.

As a result I have done zero art. However, this weekend I have managed to do some beta reading for a writerly friend of mine, and I also edited a bit of one of my WIP’s yesterday.

Over the weeks since I last posted I have also done a fair amount of reading, which has helped in me emptying my Kindle.

I’ve read:

Tess of the Durbervilles, which was incredibly depressing, and hard work, but it did have its moments.

A Sudden Gust of Gravity by Laurie Boris, which was magical.

Confessions of an Internet Pornographer, which I thought was based on a true story, but it turned out not to be.

Dust by Arthur Slade, a tale set in a depression era on a Canadian farm, which I loved from the very beginning.

I am now reading The Three Muskateers.

Out of that list I definitely Recommend A Sudden Gust of Gravity, and Dust.



4 thoughts on “Moving and Books

  1. Moving always puts one in disarray and really for a longer time than just the move itself. Even when everything seems unpacked and “ready to go”, you still need to adjust to the new place, discover extra things to be done, etc. I always hate that about moving.


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