Currently Reading and Watching | August 2021

I’ve got a little work to do on getting some exciting posts ready for you all so today we just have this super quick and easy one instead. So without further ado, here’s a couple of things I’m reading and watching at the moment.

Dune by Frank Herbert

I finally remembered to start Dune, which I’m buddy reading with Lana. I’m not very far into it at all—I started it late on Sunday night and I was just too tired to really pay attention to it then, and I’ve only read a little bit more since then. I’m really not sure what to think of it yet. I’m kind of holding out hope that I’ll enjoy it but so far I’m just really confused. I mostly decided to pick this up for the movie so I guess we’ll see how this one ends up going.

The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

Both Angel and Inge picked this as one of the books I had to read this year so there’s really no way for me to escape it anymore. I’m reading this on my Kindle and I’m about 5% in so I can’t make any comments as to how I feel about it yet, but hopefully, I’ll have it read in the next week or so and I’ll finally be able to mark it off my list.

Sabrina The Teenage Witch

I was only a year old when Sabrina started airing so I never really got the chance to watch it during its run, but I decided to give it a go recently and I fell completely in love with it. Yes, it’s a little dated these days in the same way that shows like Charmed and Buffy are, but it’s still a lot of fun to watch. I’ll be sharing my more detailed thoughts about this in a post coming up in September, so keep an eye out for that if you’re interested.

But until then, that’s the end of today’s post—just a nice short and sweet one. I’d love to know what you’re currently reading, watching or listening to in the comments below!

2 thoughts on “Currently Reading and Watching | August 2021

  1. I loved Sabrina during its original run, so I look forward to reading your thoughts on it, especially now that you’re watching it so many years after it ended.


  2. Love Sabrina!! The aunties and Salem always make me laugh. Dune is on my TBR soon – a few friends and I are also planning to do a read-along. It’s been on my list for basically my whole life (benefits of growing up with a nerdy dad), so this is a good excuse.


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