Wednesday, December 9, 2009

In Which Trai Issues A Heads-Up

Hey, all! Just wanted to post a brief heads-up-- I'm a college student who's in the middle of finals right now, so my reviewing will probably be on a break until the middle of next week. After that, though, my reviewing may well go into overdrive as I'm expecting plenty of time to read and to finish my still-cooking NaNoWriMo novel!

Currently, I'm reading Up in the Air by Walter Kirn in anticipation of the upcoming movie (it's supposedly a loose adaptation, but I like to be prepared!), so expect that to be the next review once I have time to finish. I'm also dying to see the movie of The Lovely Bones, which I reread this summer, so expect a possible movie review when I get the chance to trek out there and see it!

I'll be taking a whole lot of books home from college with me-- not sure if I'll get around to all of them, but I'll try to get through as many as I can. I'll have three by the very nice Susan Gable, who kindly responded to my review of The Pregnancy Test by addressing my concerns and critiques, and sending me a signed copy of her book A Kid to the Rescue, so a big thanks to Susan! I also have two of her previous books, The Baby Plan and The Mommy Plan, on the way. I think I'll start reading more romance-- a whole lot of them look like fun, and I love family stories (wasn't able to find very many until I started looking at romances, either!).

Other books I'll be bringing home that I've been meaning to get around to: Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty, Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause, the next few Otherworld books by Kelley Armstrong, Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson, and a variety of other books from a mix of other genres I want to dig into.

So until my next review, have a happy Hanukkah if you celebrate, and good luck with the weather wherever you may be!

- Trai


  1. Thanks! The hardest one was today, so hopefully it'll be smooth sailing until next week :)