In the last week I've come to the rather sudden decision that I need to put this blog on hiatus. It hasn't been a very fun decision; I so enjoy connecting with all of you about books, and Howling Frog has been a part of me for nearly ten years. (I still think it's the most awesome blog name ever.) But here we are.
I will still comment on your posts, and I'm planning on finishing my 2019 challenges. I cannot stand the idea of not finishing them! I'll still read my CC list and read around the world. I am unhappy about doing this in the middle of Witch Week, so that I haven't participated like I wanted to do, not to mention all the other cool November events. And what about the CC Spin, of which I have never missed one? I'll have to figure out a way to do that...and I have a pile of books saved up for the Vintage Sci-Fi Reading event in January...
It's funny how much weight this decision has taken on in the last week. I mean, I own the world's smallest, least read book blog. In the grand scheme of things it's maybe not hugely important, and stopping shouldn't leave a trace, right? But it's been important to me; it's improved my reading immensely to have the challenges, readalongs, and discussions. When I read a book, I start mentally writing things to post. I get all excited about sharing the books I read, and about reading the books you all share. It's so nice to have booky friends scattered all over the place.
I don't know if this is permanent, so I'm going to just leave it all here. It's for a while, anyway. Who knows. Meanwhile, remember...to be literate is to possess the cow of plenty.