November 2017 Wrap-Up

I am tired of writing “where is the time going? How is it almost the end of the year?” but that’s basically what’s happening in my brain. Anyway, you won’t believe it, but I’ve actually read stuff this month and with stuff I mean books and comics! YAY ME!

  • Saints and Misfits by S.K. Ali (4.5 stars)
  • Wynonna Earp, Vol. 2: Legends (4 stars)
    The characters look like the ones from the show, but the story is mostly different. Very different.
  • Superman: American Alien (4.5 stars)
    Did not love the art in every single issue, but the story was more than solid. It was a feast to see Clark coming into himself and Superman thereafter.
  • Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen: Sitting in a Tree (3 stars)
    To me, this was a silly idea to begin with. (Miles and Kamala are my ship!)

Saints and Misfits  Wynonna Earp, Vol. 2: Legends  Superman: American Alien  Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen: Sitting in a Tree

Just like in old times, click on the title to get to the review on the blog (if there is one) and on the cover to get re-directed to Goodreads!

I spent the first week(-ish) of the month in Toronto, having a couple really awesome blogger meet ups, but mostly being over my Canada stay. I still wanted to be in Vancouver, but I hated that inbetween of being in Toronto and still having so far to go to be in Vienna. Then I finally got back to Austria and it feels like I barely had time to breathe since. There were appointments with the unemployment office, my short yearly stunt as a crew member at our local comic con and telling the same stuff over and over to different family members/friends.

I do understand that everyone wants to know how I’ve been, but the worst question to get after a 6-month-long absence is “So, how was it? What’s coming next?”, because I literally have no idea how to answer either. I mean, what part of the trip are we talking about? I was in more than 4 different cities for a decent amount of time. I basically had a second life in Vancouver and even there I lived in various different neighborhoods. Also, there is no way that I am arriving in Vienna with a game plan for my future endeavors. That’s just not how my brain works. I need time to arrive first, get back into the time zone and then I will take one step at a time towards what’s to come. Seriously, cut me some slack.

So, this turned into a bit of a rant. But, basically, I am back? Hopefully also into the reading game.

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How was your month? I hope it was a good one!

35 thoughts on “November 2017 Wrap-Up

  1. I feel like we should still be in January of this year. It has gone by way too fast, ahah. I’m so glad you’re back into reading and I hope you’l keep on reading more and more again, hoping for amazing books to come next 😀
    People REALLY need to cut you some slack. They can’t honestly expect you to have a plan already lined up, you need some time to settle down, get back into the Vienna life and everything, before knowing what you’re going to do next. Especially after such a big adventure. Sending you all the love and positive vibes, and you know where to find me if you need to rant 🙂 ❤

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  2. Take your time figuring out what’s next Kat ❤️ No need to rush things. I mean you spent half a year in a completely different country, far from home, you’re going to need some time to adjust. And there’s no shame in not knowing what come’s next – how many of us even know that haha. Hope people will cut you some slack ❤️

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  3. The month went faster than I could imagine. One moment I’m missing Halloween, the next I’m going to a ballet over two weeks later, then I’m having turkey, and now it’s almost December. I feel like I should have whiplash.

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  4. This year has definitely gone by crazy fast and I don’t understand where it has gone! Like, seriously…
    I hope you enjoyed the books that yo read – I haven’t read any of them!
    I hope you had a great time in Canada, but if you feel like you need to take some time to get your feet back on the ground before deciding what to do next, then take that time. Don’t let people pressure you – you do you 🙂
    Hope you have a great December!

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  5. First of all welcome back to Vienna! 😀 I’m really glad to hear that you had a great time in Canada!
    I always hate the question: “What’s coming next?” Most of the time I have no idea and then people asking me makes me very anxious, because I feel as if I HAVE to have a plan. I do hope that people will cut you some slack! ❤

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  6. Hell yay for books and comics being read!! 😀 Hope your “landing” and “rest” before getting back to the “what’s next, Kat?” will go well and at your preferred rhythm! Life sure doesn’t need to have every step of the way planned anyways. 😉

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  7. hehe totally get what you mean- it’s getting a bit silly how often I think “where has time gone?” but it just seems to be going by faster and faster! 😉 Awesome that you read all of those 😀 I can so relate about that question “what next?”- it seems like everyone always wants to know, but you know, it’s really just upto you and you have to take it at your pace 🙂

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