Books I DNFed Around New Year's 2016
I try not to DNF books, but sometimes you just have to. And as I realize life isn't getting any longer, and I have to prioritize my time, and I am not getting around to some of the books I want to read because I am getting distracted by shiny covers or rave reviews, I realized I needed to take a step back and reassess my reading. I may post more like this as the year goes on; I've had a lot on my mind lately and I am thinking a lot about what to prioritize in my life. This has actually meant a lot less reading, for various reasons - I know it would sound crazy to some that I feel in a sort of "withdrawal from books" because I haven't read in something like 3 whole days, but that is how I feel. Kind of at sea. I'll go more into that stuff at a later point, but this post is about why I stopped reading two specific books:
The Way of All Flesh
Bill Bryson (ed.)
(If I owned it, I think I would keep it on my nightstand to pick up once in a while; it seems like that sort of a book. But because I don't, I'll give it another shot at another time....)
I think this is the right choice for me, right now. I will of course let you know, Dear Readers, if I ever do get around to picking these up again!