Plunging in to the second book of the ACOTAR series. This is a re-read, but I‘m still really excited to delve into it!
“It‘s the guy from my vision. Mr Middle-Earth” -Auri
Lord have mercy, I‘m howling. I love Auris thoughts so much.
This has been the worst reading year for me in a long time. I‘ve been so depressed that my normal reading habits are in shambles. I haven‘t actually completed a book since the beginning of the year. I‘m bed-bound today with some chronic illness related problems, and I‘m hoping to finally get some reading done by switching back from ebook to physical books.
(Not my image!)
I went searching for “Shatter Me” on BookSloth, and it isn‘t there. Of course it isn‘t! This new app keeps getting rave reviews, and I‘m not sure how, considering it is incomplete and unstable. I might try to use it again in the future, but it‘s really not THAT great. Just more aesthetically appealing.
I‘ve tried reading this book once before, but had to DNF is for some (forgotten) reason. So far, the writing style really makes me want to take up writing poetry again (I haven‘t written any since middle school).
After DNFing this on my Kindle, I‘ve decided to give this book another try, via print version! I‘m still trying to solve the great debate over which 📖 style is easier for me to read; physical or digital. I have severe ADHD, and it makes reading for pleasure very difficult.
There are 0 decent tips for how to read when you have severe ADHD. I haven‘t picked up my book in what feels like weeks. I‘m just not interested in reading, but at the same time I really want to? Help me please, I miss being a devourer of books
I haven‘t quite got the hang of how Litsy images work...😅 I‘ll eventually figure it out!
As you can see, I am not a fast reader. 31 minutes = 26 pages.