Ready, Set, Read!
Quick Life Update: My stepdad is doing well. Still recovering and constantly going to follow up appointments. Jorge left to AT for the month. This will be our longest stretch of time without seeing each other but I'm not really worried about it. I'll miss him for sure but a month goes by pretty quick:) Since he left, I jam packed my to-do list: repainting my car so I can trade it in, reading, writing for the blog, running, cooking healthier meals, binge watching Friends and making plans with old friends I haven't seen in awhile. Anyway, I want to keep this post short so I'll get to the books!
Nightflyers by George R. R. Martin
This story was a lot of fun to read. There was mystery, action, and super human abilities. Great read for all the Syfy fans out there. The extra short stories were a huge plus. Martin explains in his blog post that "A Song for Lya" and "Seven Times Never Kill a Man" are part of the same, Thousand Worlds, universe as Nightflyers. Then he experiments with other science fiction and future dystopia stories and describes the bundle as "a real grab bag collection". I highly recommend this book to anyone trying to fill up some free time.
Free Will by Sam Harris
"In this enlightening book, Sam Harris argues that this truth about the human mind does not undermine morality or diminish the importance of social and political freedom, but it can and should change the way we think about some of the most important questions in life." - https://samharris.org/books/free-will/
See Me By Nicholas Sparks
The next book I'm reading is Wild Cards l by Gearge R. R. Martin. 😄
Well that's all for now. Thank you for tuning in!