March Wrap Up


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With all of this Corona virus going around, you’d think this would be an excellent time to snuggle in my reading chair in my library and just escape in a book. However, I have a day job, and my work has been deemed essential services. While I do have some pre-approved leave coming up around Easter time, I’m still working through the week, and this means I don’t have the time to read all day.

While I do sympathise with everyone who’s lost their job in these uncertain times, I am thankful I still have a job. It must be extremely difficult. I lost what I thought was a secure job in early 2017, and while I got a lot of interviews while I was job searching, I found it really hard to sell myself in those interviews, so it took a while before I found the job I have now, which I love: not only because I genuinely enjoy it, but because it provides an essential service to others.

I’m hoping everyone is doing OK. While services like libraries may be closed, if the internet are still running in your area, I encourage my readers to borrow ebooks and audiobooks from their local library, if they have that service, or look for free or discounted ebooks on sites like Smashwords. If you can’t do that, try re-reading an old favourite. I find it really comforting in difficult times.

Stay safe, stay home, wash yours hands, and read a book.


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About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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2 thoughts on “March Wrap Up

  1. Eilonwy

    I’m glad to hear you’re doing well!

    My day job has also been deemed essential, so ironically, I’m actually getting less reading done than usual because I’ve switched from taking the train most days to carpooling with a colleague because the train schedule has been reduced.

    Take care, Nemo!

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