A few too many hours reading this weekend (the best) and a few too many glasses of wine last night (the worst) have me rubbing my aching head this morning and waiting for this coffee to kick in. The grey, rainy weather is the perfect match for my just-let-me-snuggle-in-my-sweatpants mood.
Though I didn't hit 24 full hours of reading (and super congrats to those who did!), I did finish most of my stack and am 100% pleased with my reading. Stay tuned for coherent thoughts on The Automobile Club of Egypt (dozens of characters in a club in Egypt that proves a microcosm for the political issues in the country--very good), Zeroes by Chuck Wendig (a group of hackers may or may not be hacking on behalf of or into the United States government; pace-wise, this reminded me of The Word Exchange or Lexicon, but with a dose of heavy-hitting technological know-how that reminded me of... well, of Chuck Wendig), and Summer Sisters for the #BlumeALong (spoilers: I loved this book). I also finished the last hour (finally!) of Drums of Autumn, and will be taking a little Outlander break for a bit and read ~150 pages of Waiting for Snow in Havana, which, despite winning numerous awards, is really not working for me.