I've mined my to read-list and have now got eleven books checked out from the library and nine on hold. Ah, how I always wish I could read faster and sleep less.
I found three duplicates on that to-read list and weeded them out. I didn't get very far down, but I'm sure I'd find more. (Pinterest has a little notification thing that tells me when I've already got something pinned, but I'm not sure it always catches my duplicate pins. I'm pretty sure I'm pinning from Goodreads consistently, but I haven't always. Actually, I'm pretty sure any duplicates aren't being caught because of my own...error, I guess.) I have so many books there (about 1200) that I mainly just toss books up there and rarely browse back through. (Also, given my "finished" board, it really looks like I never actually read any books.)
But today, I went on a library frenzy of wishful thinking: I can read all of the books! (If only. I really hope I get old one day, so I can retire and read and read and read. And listen to podcasts. And watch tv. And walk.)
I'm off to read bits and pieces of each of these new check-outs. I'm most excited about Invisible Influence by Jonah Berger. That's the one that was waiting for me when I got to the library today. (I was also already waiting for The More of Less. I think I'm second on the list for that one.) Oh, and read through my many, many news digest emails, so I can save a million more articles to read(/never actually get to) one day. Oh, and I'm reading through the archives of Modern Mrs. Darcy.
(I really meant for this to be more thoughtful and focused, but so. many. things. to. do!)
Making me happy: The library. My heart's home. (Sappy, no?) And this review of 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die.
Can't let go: This NY Times article: "Would Donald Trump Quit if He Wins the Election? He Doesn't Rule It Out," but not really for the main premise the title brings up, rather for the explanation near the middle about how we'd proceed if he did drop out.