This week I sort of got my reading groove back in the form of ultra-readable novellas and fun horror. I liked all the books I read well enough. Gotta keep this trend going. I've also been spending a lot of my time hosting travelers on the site Couchsurfing, where you can offer your couch up for free to people. I initially did it so I'd have references and potentially be able to couchsurf when I'm in Japan next month. But I actually really enjoy it. You meet such interesting people! I've hosted a man who made his own tiny house, a woman who was here for a wildlife biology conference, and two filmmaker/musician/coder/photographer/fighter/ridiculously spontaneous and delightful dudes originally from England and Sweden with so many stories to tell from their lives. It's a great way to make friends that you'll probably never see again.
THIS WEEK(S) I READ:
- Forest of Memory by Mary Robinette Kowal
- So Much for That Winter by Dorthe Nors
- My Best Friend's Exorcism by Grady Hendrix