#Reading Journals: May 15, 2019

Hello, bookworms!
I’m terribly sorry for not having posted so long! It’s been 10 days since my last post, hasn’t it (at least my last #Reading Journals post is on May 5th)?

I am not dumping reason after reason why I was so quiet (that’s boring), but instead, I WILL be trying to blog more often from now on! Once again, so sorry for being so quiet!

Right then, without further ado, let’s get on with my reading updates, shall we?

Yup, I know. Another cozy-mystery novella, right?
I have actually been prepping for a test (English proficiency test) that’s coming up on the 26th and I got so preoccupied with my study and I completely put reading on a back burner. I just wasn’t in the mood for reading. 

This novella is only 160 pages long and I picked it up last Saturday afternoon and then finished it early Sunday. 
It was another casual, light cozy-mystery and my review will be up very soon!

As I said earlier, I completely put Lever Templar on hold due to lack of time and me not being in the right frame of mind. But I’ve already come to terms with the situation and am thinking of picking it back up starting tomorrow! That said though, since I am not a history savvy, I’m having a bit of trouble getting into the past timeline part (this is a dual-timeline story). Hopefully, I can get into the flow!

Another book I’m currently reading is Lost Moon. I’ve already read it last year (you can read my review here.) but the recent updates on the Project Artemis (Part of the MoontoMars project) got me super excited. 
For those of you who haven’t known me long, I am a massive Apollo project buff. I just can’t get enough of it. I could watch those videos every single day, day in and day out. The ingenuity what flight directors/mission controllers back then displayed never fails to fascinate me. They were without any doubt amazing and outstanding!!

My point is (I think I digressed again…), the project Artemis rekindled my passion toward the Apollo project. Isn’t it super cool that the name of the new moon project is derived from the Greek goddess of the Moon and also, she is twin sister of Apollo?? So clever!!

To make for my absence and kept you guys waiting (I hope!) my posts, let me share with you my most-likely next reads. As I am currently in a huge NASA mood, I am most likely pick up these two books! I have just placed an order of Ask and Astronaut and is waiting for it to arrive. I think this book is for kids, maybe? But I think it’s interesting to know – for instance – how to become an astronaut or what kind of training you need to undergo or things like that 🙂

That’s about it for today.
How have you all been doing during my absence? Have you read any of those books?
Comment below and let me know!

Thank you so much for reading as always, and I’ll see you in my next post!

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