I’m tired. I’m hecking bone-tired and bloody exhausted.
I don’t wanna be another one of those people who rant about the corona virus on her blog. I really don’t. But the part of Austria where I live is basically on lockdown now. People are not supposed to go anywhere except –
– except when they work in one of the crucial sectors. And surprise! I work in a crucial sector.
When I came to work yesterday, I had more than triple of my normal Monday workload. And Mondays are usually already very intense. Today doesn’t look any better.
I understand that some people have to keep working. I understand that it’s important and crucial and necessary. And to some point I am glad that I can do my part. It just so happens that all those people – people working in grocery stores or have something to do with food production or distribution, police officers, pharmacists, doctors, nurses – all those people are now working so much harder.
At this point, I just wanna say: I know everybody is scared. I understand that. I would be lying if I’d say that I’m not scared. I am. Just please, be kind to all those people who are still out there, making sure that everything continues working and that the infrastructure and supply and health care doesn’t collaps.
Okay. Sorry for this. I will now try and go back to being that weird and cocky person I pretend to be on the internet.
Erm, why are we even here? I forgot for a moment – oh, yes. Of course. The weekly Top Five Tuesday by Shana @ The Bionic Bookworm!
K like Darby Karchut
I put this book here because it is the last one I finished, yay! I quite liked it and am already writing the review. Also, yay! I really wanna read the second book as well.
L like C.S. Lewis
I can’t even say if The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is my favorite of the Chronicles of Narnia. I’m also kinda partial to The Horse and it’s Boy or The Magician’s Nephew. Have you read them?
M like A. Lee Martinez
If you want imaginative Science Fiction or Urban Fantasy, I highly recommend A. Lee Martinez. I don’t think I laugh with any other books more.
N like Patrick Ness
I have not actually read that book. I have not read any books by Patrick Ness. I still thought I could put him on the list since I don’t really have any other authors with N.
O like Kenneth Oppel
Oh, I’m so happy that we’re finally at the letter O since Kenneth Oppel is one of my very, very favorite authors. I have read many of his books and I reread some of them on a regular basis. There is also a new book by him which just got released and I’m so psyched for it!
Do you know any of those books? What’s on your list?