Short and sweet wrap up tonight! 😂
The last book I read, which I finished this night last week, was Tuesday Falling by S. Williams!
I really enjoyed Tuesday Falling, but I just found it didn’t really grab me the way I was expecting! It was still a great book though, and you can read my review HERE!
In other news…
Today marks the 7th day that I haven’t read anything. I know people go days, weeks, months or even years without picking up a book.
Up until this week, I’ve been reading steadily, speedily even! I’m over halfway through my Goodreads Reading Challenge with 43 books out of 75 read, and it’s still only February! Obviously something had to give. That thing?
My reading mojo! 😱
Gone! Just like that! I have no want to pick up a book, which is the strangest feeling when it’s been all I’ve done in my spare time.
More than once, I’ve been asked am I ok? What’s going on? Why aren’t you reading?! The honest answer, I don’t know! 😁
A little background…
Ive been struggling a little with health problems this past year, and this week I had yet another consultation to try and find out what’s going on.
When I had my daughter a little over a year ago, I had to go to the hospital with chest pains. I was told I had chest wall tenderness. A condition called Costochondritis which is extreme muscle inflammation in the chest and ribs. Last year I had some steroid injections into my chest and back to try alleviate the pain.
Lately, it’s manifesting itself in pain all across my chest that burns like fire and I physically cannot breathe properly or speak properly as it’s too painful when I get an attack.
As well as this, I’ve been experiencing constant pain and tenderness all over. My doctor expressed concern that it could be fibromyalgia so I’ve been on medication for that for almost a year.
I’ve been to doctors, rheumatologists, had X-rays and blood tests, and as of this week, I’m currently waiting to be called for another MRI and I had 6 steroid injections into my chest 5 days ago.
The MRI is to (hopefully) rule out arthritis (I’m 29!), however if it does come back clear, the rheumatologist has told me in all likelihood I have Fibromyalgia. If I have either of those things, that’s fine, I’ll deal with it! I just want answers at this stage! 😁
So I wonder, does the fact that all this background stuff is going on contribute to my lack of reading?!
Fun times chez Bibliophile this week 😏
What have you all been reading?! Make me jealous in the comments below 😉