This Sunday afternoon finds me reading in bed, relaxing as much as possible before the tumult of the next two weeks. I can already tell I’m going to have a blast, seeing friends and family that we don’t often get to, but there won’t be much time for reading, so I’m going to enjoy today as much as I can.
I have to say, I cannot believe that the new year is less than two weeks away! 2010 was an amazing year, but it flew by so fast and I’m sad to see it go. You’ll see end of year posts coming from me soon after the year turns, though I’m not sure I’ll do a post on goals for 2011. It’ll really just depend on if I find I have something to say. I likely will not be posting a Sunday Salon next week, so this will likely be my last SS post of the year! I have reviews scheduled to post every day through the end of the year, and have a few more challenges I need to sign up for. Speaking of challenges, if you’re evaluating challenges for 2011, don’t forget to consider the 2011 South Asian Challenge. Sign ups are here.
I have to also give a blanket apology to my fellow bloggers. Ever since Thanksgiving, I have not been commenting on blogs like I usually do, though I have been reading. Unfortunately, this will continue for the next two weeks, but I’m hoping to start the new year with a clean slate and get back to my regular commenting habits. If you’ve noticed I haven’t been visiting your blog lately, well I have, I just haven’t been diligently commenting - please don’t be offended!
I’ve read some really interesting psychological novels lately, among them These Things Hidden by Heather Gudenkauf, Choker by Elizabeth Woods, and The Art of Devotion by Samantha Bruce-Benjamin. All of these books explore the limits of the human psyche in one way or another, and I’ve really found them to be fascinating. My reviews of all three books will be posting in late January and early February.
I hope everyone is well this Sunday and is enjoying their reading and spending time with family. If you’re gong to be traveling for the holiday season, be safe, and have a great and wonderful few weeks!