Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
mrissa

No book post this fortnight

I usually do a mid-month book post, but I have been so sick the last several days that I am just now sitting up in 15-20 minute increments instead of 5-10. (Let’s not talk about standing up. Whoever came up with this whole “standing up” idea is a jerk. And pointy food: why is all good food pointy? Argh.)


So! For June, I will do a whole-month book post at the end instead of two for halfway, and meanwhile I will go sprawl on the guest bed with good pillows and reread things and not infect anybody and drink water and continue trying to convalesce in time for Fourth Street.


I am usually crap at this convalescing wisely thing, but I am being handed a complete lack of choice here.




Originally published at Novel Gazing Redux

Tags: administrivia, at least the fever dreams are entertaini, stupid vertigo
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