In Search of My Reading Mojo

Dearest Reader,

I am searching for my reading mojo. He left last week and I have not been able to find him. If he’s not found soon, I fear, my body will be found under a massive TBR pile that I cannot dig myself out of.

If you see him, please let him know that I have a bunch of lovely ladies waiting patiently for him ~ some I bought for him as recently as last week; some have been waiting a little longer for him to make an appearance. Oh, and to spice thinks up, Nicholas Sparks is hanging out to party with him as well.

Please let him know that he is sorely missed and I think about him each and every day. He needs to come back. My life is not the same without him. All I do is lay around and look at the wonderful things I have for him that he’s not able to enjoy. And since he can’t enjoy them, neither can I.

Please let him know that I’ll keep him well-fed and nourished with the wonderful library I’ve stocked on his behalf. He just needs to come home to enjoy it. Sooner rather than later. I’ll be waiting.

Signed,
Mojo-less in Montana

24 thoughts on “In Search of My Reading Mojo

  1. I think your reading mojo met up with my review muse-because she’s still MIA after the whole month of December. Sheesh. LOL

    I hope your mojo comes back soon Devonna!! Sounds like you’ll throw a heck of a welcome back party. 😛

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  2. I think mine must have skipped out with yours and Marg’s. UGH! I want him back NOW!

    And Ames, my review muse went along with my mojo. It’s prolly all your fault. 🙂

    Hope it comes back soon, babe!

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  3. Aha! There is a reading mojo party that must be going on. I am trying to tempt mine back with short stories – that way he can still remain his fickle self until he’s ready to come home to roost the bastard – uh, I mean, dear one 😉

    Hopefully they’ll all come home and treat us like the royals we are!

    CindyS

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  4. Love the new look!!! Oh and he probably left with my review muse. She is such a bitch! She comes and goes whenever she feels like it. Doesn’t she know we have work to do?!?! I feel for ya. 😦

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  5. Since I’ve been out of the loop for so long first let me say, I really like your blog page.

    Reading mojo is one cagey and mysterious dude. I say ignore him for awhile and he will come slinking back into your life with a vengence…probably when you can least afford the time too.

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  6. Thanks, all. I’m still mojo-less, but trying 🙂 A few pages here, a few pages there….I’m trying to tempt him back. Maybe soon…or, at least, I hope soon.

    Thanks for the comments on the updated look ~ I figured it was time.

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  7. I totally feel ya, sistah! Although i’ve been reading alot since Christmas, I still feel like I’m back in the groove because the majority of them have left me flat!

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  8. I’m hoping he’ll be back soon ~ This is sure good weather to have my mojo back. It’s snow, snow, snowing outside and with the windchill factor, it feels like -15 outside!

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  9. Good luck on getting your mojo back. Going to the store and getting some books that sounded good, but I hadn’t heard too much buzz on helped. Reading an old favorite can definitely help too.

    I think that the disappearance of all this mojo has to do with post-holiday exhaustion.

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  10. Dylan ~ I’ve been reading bits and pieces of The Nerd Who Loved Me and also Manhunting. I’m hoping a little Crusie will tempt him back…

    Jodi ~ Welcome back! Glad I could provide a chuckle 🙂

    Devon ~ Hopefully soon. I’ve got some good books that I’m dying to read. Maybe I’ll devote the weekend to lounging and hopefully force feed my mojo back into working order.

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  11. C2 ~ Nope, still no mojo ~ although my muse seems to be paying attention to the Nerd book a little more than anything.

    Stacy ~ Thanks! I’m still trying to lure him back. I haven’t hardly read anything in 2 months, so you would think he’d want to come back. I know I want him to.

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