Starting to think about what I want to read *next* year. Not in a "plan out all my books" kind of way like I did a few years ago, just sort of "what are some things I think are really valuable/important to read and that I'll feel good about reading?"

It's fun. :)

I'm stumped and not having any luck looking online so I'm turning to you for this :

My will not remember this house's wifi password. Every other device I own remembers the wifi perfectly fine, and it was not a problem with previous password-protected wifi spots I saved.

Soft reset/"repair" has been tried, multiple times.

Kobo Aura H20

So what if I wanted to get into the idea of without getting on Instagram? Like on here or on Pixelfed. What hashtag(s) would you use?

Got some :

Think back over this decade. What have been your favorite books published this decade?*

Why? What makes them your favorites? Tell me about them.

* If it's a book in translation, it just needed to come out in English this decade.

Huh. So after adding all those comics I actually only have 9 more books to hit my goal. So *maybe* I will actually make it. Especially since a few of those things I really want to read are comics and a few more are things I'm almost finished with anyway. But not gonna stress over it. Gonna read to enjoy it, not because I "have" to.

Weekend of reading! And other things, but I do want to get a lot of reading done.

I don't *think* I'm actually going to meet my 50 book goal for the year, and rather than read a bunch of short things to finish it I'm going to focus on the things I really want to read.

Also updating my reading list to include comics I read that have since been collected into volumes. Because, you know. That counts.

Also it's a low-energy reading-adjacent thing I can do tired.

I've mostly been reading comics lately because holiday-time retail work does not leave brainspace for wordiness.

But hey, comics! I love comics!

"Nomen Omen" caught my attention. It's 2 issues in and I have no idea what's going on. I have trouble following non-linear narratives and might have to drop it, but it seems interesting and worth a try if you like kind of kooky witchy fantasy like I do and jumping around in a story isn't a problem for you.

Started a new horror comic, "The Dollhouse Family" by Mike Carey.

Just the first issue so far, but it seems good! I think I'm gonna like it.

YAMG Bookclub - December 

This is one of my favorite contemporary artists who's work focuses on pre-colonized mesoamerica, traditions and spirituality, theyre having a sale rn:

etsy.me/2NT3C79

Ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives

For facebook, twitter, gmail, yahoo, youtube, instagram, google play, google docs/calendar/maps, amazon books/kindle, ms windows, ms office, office, steam, minecraft, patreon, internet(!), grooveshark...
switching.software/

I got an ereader for my birthday a few months ago and it's *great* and I love that when I go somewhere I can have *many* books in a tiny light thing so really there's no need to pack paper books.

Except.

What if I'm somewhere I can't use it for some reason? ๐Ÿ˜ฑ Or, like, all electricity everywhere stopped working? And I had no books!?!

So I still bring paper books everywhere. ๐Ÿ™„

I'm ridiculous and I'm ok with that.

Did some grocery shopping w/my partner after hanging out with a friend. Passing by the cheap movie section he stops and is like "...I shouldn't show you this."

So of course he did.

"The Munsters: Scary Little Christmas"

๐Ÿ˜ฎ

Wow, he does love me!

FRIENDLY REMINDER

THE ARTEMIS FOWL BOOKS ARE EXTREMELY GOOD

WHATEVER THE QUALITY OF THE UPCOMING MOVIE MAY BE.

Books on TV! Both on the CW network, good for them!

Batwoman is...mostly good. I like the acting, the overall plot, the fuller character development on Alice, really all the characters. I dislike the journal/letter to Bruce segments. They feel awkward and generally anytime Batman is in a thing I'm like "....but why?"

Nancy Drew is fantastic and highly recommended all around. One negative spot (surprise fake-sounding accent!) seems to have been dropped immediately. Phew!

With The Fire On High, through part 1, titles are weird 

With The Fire On High, through part 1, titles are weird 

cw's riverdale s4 e4 

Okay Folx,

November's read is "With the Fire On High" by Elizabeth Acevedo!

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