Lots of sketching, lots of planning, lots of not finishing projects.
Did I ever mention that I have over 30 unfinished paintings?
Yeah, it's a problem.
Overall, I've been feeling pretty great about everything. January was kinda... tense for me. So I'm glad to be moving on from that.
Currently reading, because why not?
Monstrous by MarcyKate Connley - This is a story about girl that is a monster - a creature made out of many parts. I have yet to start this book, but I was super intrigued by all of the gorgeous art and the wonderful concept. I'm into monsters in such a big way.
Rook by Sharon Cameron - I've been working through this one for a while. The premise is interesting enough- a girl that's rebelling in a futuristic Paris where technology has been outlawed because it brought on the end of times. The main character is great, a bamf if there ever was one. I just can't get myself into the story enough to want to finish it. Maybe it's the slow romance that's stopping me.
The Assassin's Blade by Sarah J. Maas - This is the prequel to the Throne of Glass series, which I have read and loved. I'm tentative to start this one because I know what's coming and I know it's going to be heartbreaking. But I love Maas' work so I have to take the plunge, no matter how much I think I might cry.
The Fair Fight by Anna Freeman - A historical fiction book about females who fight in a prize ring. Do I need to say more?
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo - Another continuation of a series I love (the Grisha series). This one is about six criminals who are trying to pull of a suicidal heist. The reward is saving the world. Oh, and millions of dollars. I was absolutely enthralled by the magical world of the Grisha series, and I'm so excited be able to go back.