Let's acknowledge the quote marks around Goals. I'd love to consider these actual goals but in the end they're probably... plans.
Last week I had two books I needed to finish by Thursday, which I did, but Friday when I sat down to read I couldn't do it.
I picked one up, which I'm already struggling with so of course barely got a few pages in. I'm reading it for my summer challenge, so that's my main reason for sticking with it.
Then I decided to start another; read a chapter, decided I wanted something else.
Turned to yet another book and finally did stick with it. But all the while I kept thinking, about other books.
Aren't those moments the worst? You want to read, but you don't really know what.
And I have a thing about starting too many books before I finish the first bunch. Because it's always a "bunch."
Hopefully that'll adjust this week.
Of course as each day goes by I keep being informed that I'll have to work. Yay.
Honestly this read-a-thon would have been great next week, because not only will I be home the entire week but I'll be practically alone.
"Practically" meaning more or less silence but still high chances of annoyances.
Books I'm hoping to read this week:
The Queen of Tearling (The only that has me struggling.)
The Heir (the one I started.)
Spelled ( the one that makes me think about other books.)