Wyrd and Wonderful Reading Plans

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I know, I know, it’s a bit early, but I am MADE OF EXCITE about Wyrd and Wonder and two of the many bookish joys I love to indulge in are perusing my bookhoard and compiling reading lists. So of course I’ve been doing that with Wyrd and Wonder in mind to work out what I might read!

It probably goes without saying (given I’m currently working at least 6 long days most weeks) that my eyes are bigger than my stomach (that too, but that’s a different problem) my desire to read ALL THE THINGS exceeds my ability to actually do so.

But why would I let that stop me? That would be like suggesting that I’m actually going to stick to a reading list (HA) rather than end up following my fancy and/or getting distracted by the excellent suggestions of my fellow readers.

So, here is the list of books I’m considering – some recent, some backlist, some classics I should have read by now, and of course some Subjective Chaos nominees:

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I know – I’ll never get through them all – but I’m not done yet! I’m looking for suggestions for bite-size books to read in May – short stories, novellas or novelettes.

Do you have any recommendations?


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