What’s On My Night Table #2

Welcome back! We decided we’d share what new books we’re currently reading (if you’d like to see the first post in this series, check it out here).

Sarena’s current read is:

GLASS SWORD by Victoria Aveyard

Sasha is currently reading:

THE YOU I’VE NEVER KNOWN by Ellen Hopkins (ARC–review coming very soon!)

She’ll also be starting ALIAS GRACE by Margaret Atwood (for class)

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What is everyone else reading? 🙂


What’s On My Night Table? #1

Hey, all! You probably didn’t notice, but we didn’t post anything last week … even though our resolution is to post weekly on our blog. Woops! At least it’s Monday, so we can start on a clean slate. I (Sarena) decided to make a post about what’s on my night table currently. We’ll probably make this into a series of posts regarding what we’re currently reading. Let’s take a look!

1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling

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This is my first-ever reread of the first HP book. I’m actually reading the American edition since Sasha is using our British/Canadian one for her own reread. I picked up the American one on a whim at a convenience store nearby that had a small section of cheap books. (Random, I know.)

2. The Copyeditor’s Handbook (Edition 3) by Amy Einsohn

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I’m reading over this one for our editing course! It’s actually super interesting, but that’s only because I love grammar (and learning about it).

3. Paper Hearts (eBook edition) Vol 1: Some Writing Advice

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This is an eBook I received for free after the new year thanks to Beth Revis (and her great newsletter!). This is the first of three volumes in her Paper Hearts series. Each volume tackles something different. Volume 1 is writing, 2 is publishing, and 3 is marketing. I’ve only looked at a few chapters but it’s definitely a great read for writers/aspiring authors out there!


That’s it for now! What’s on your night table, book-wise? 😀