I got caught up on most of my comics on Friday night. Somehow my Jem and the Holograms subscription is still unread (weirdo, me), but I got all of these babies (and more) under my belt. Bitch Planet continues to be a subversive, badass winner. Gotham Academy just keeps getting better, and these issues were delightfully RIP-worthy. Finally, Lumberjanes is made of win.
I had every intention of finishing off Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews, but I'm just not in the mood for it. I've been reading it for several weeks, and I'm only halfway through. That's a sure sign that it's just not for me...right now.
I picked up A Hat Full of Sky by Terry Pratchett--the second book in the Tiffany Aching cycle from the larger Discworld series--and it hit just the right note. I read, loved, and reviewed The Wee Free Men back in 2013 (how could it have been that long ago?). I raced through A Hate Full of Sky and found everything I was looking for: humor, magic, a real emotional connection with the characters. In fact, I loved it so much, I immediately downloaded the third book, Wintersmith, and read the first quarter or so. It was reallyyyy hard for me to put it down before bed last night.
How's your reading going? Are you picking up seasonal choices or whatever strikes your fancy?