So, writing life is busy right now. I'm editing Book One, trying to finish the first draft of Book Two, working on a synopsis for both, and a query and researching agents, etc, etc.
I love it, but it's killing me, because it's robbing me of reading.
I haven't checked a book out from the library in a month. I got an Advanced Reader Copy of Ann Brashare's "The Here and Now" that I have not finished. I have the Throne of Glass novellas that I have not read. And heaven help, Laini Taylor's last installment in the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series is on its way from Barnes and Noble to my doorstep, and I am a freak in that I must reread previous books in a series before I read the new one (because my brain is fluff and I forget things and I don't want to miss something, so I must reread the others!)
Have a gazillion books that I want to read. I need to find a better balance between reading and writing. I don't want to ruin my writing groove when I get in it, but taking a step back from it is essential and good stories are what makes me want to write anyway, so I need to keep feeding myself them. And oh I want to. It's just hard finding time between a full time job, a reno house, friends, exercise, chores, and a husband who I'd rather hang out with than do anything else.
Hang in there little Goodread's To Read List....I have not forgotten about you!