We were discussing about how thankful we are to have started this Cabeswater’s Reading Challenge, because though we live in different continents now (and both very busy with our respective universities) your ever beloved writers are always finding an excuse to talk about books with each other; most importantly, with all of you!
Can you believe half the year is almost gone already?
April fools! Not. It’s May you all. Have you been sticking to your New Year’s resolutions? Me neither. Thankfully, we’ve been sticking to our April CRC and here are some of the thoughts that we have about the books we read this past month.
It only feels like yesterday we were counting down to 2017 and suddenly we’re already at the end of January. Which means, of course, it’s time to announce the February prompt for the Cabeswater Reading Challenge!
We did it!
It’s almost February and we’ve successfully completed our January Cabeswater Reading Challenge! We’re very excited and we can’t wait to share with you our thoughts about the books that we chose.
In a matter of days, we will be saying adios to 2016 and hellooooo to 2017. Now we know most people abandon their new year’s resolutions by the time February comes along, but we’re gonna try to hold out (until March, at least– kidding!).
We have come across a number of wonderful reads in 2016 and we can’t wait to find out what other books we’ll discover in 2017. However, we notice that we tend to get caught up in the YA madness that we might have missed out on gems in other genres. That is why, as a resolution in the new year of 2017, we are breaking out of our comfort zones with the Cabeswater Reading Challenge!
So we know we promised we’d be back by June (time check: it’s almost December), but hey — the best promises are the ones worth breaking, right?
Long story short, we graduated high school this June and we are now taking our first steps into full-blown adulthood. As it turns out, there was a lot more that we had to deal with as we go through this phase of transition from pesky teenagers into “responsible” adults. All of which you can read more about in our newly updated Meet The Writers page.
Finally, after nearly a year, Cabeswater is up and running again! Continue reading “Finally!”