Week In Review
April 6 – 12
Spring is finally here…almost. We did have some snow this week, but we also had some nice, sunny, almost-warm days. I can’t wait until I can read out on the balcony!
Making it feel even more like warmer weather is coming: baseball has officially started! I’ve been watching as many games as I can so far (including, of course, my Toronto Blue Jays).
Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls, by Lynn Weingarten;
Ruthless, by Carolyn Lee Adams; and
The Creeping, by Alexandra Sirowy.
I have a few holds waiting for me to pick them up at the library but the only one I’ve actually checked out this week is The Glass Arrow, by Kristen Simmons.
I also went a bit nuts on Edelweiss, checking out some of the Harper titles that were available. There are a whole bunch of awesome-sounding books that I ended up downloading:
This Monstrous Thing, by Mackenzi Lee;
The Vanishing Island, by Barry Wolverton;
Walk on Earth a Stranger, by Rae Carson;
Dumplin, by Julie Murphy;
Dreamland, by Robert L. Anderson; and
The Unquiet, by Mikaela Everett.
I also received my pre-order of Courtney Summers’ All the Rage (which I reviewed earlier in the week), a bit ahead of its actual release date. Yay!
Currently, I’m still reading Skandal by Lindsay Smith, and hope to finish it this weekend.
Coming up on the blog are my reviews of The Young Elites and This Is How It Ends. I’ll also be posting about the little project I’ve been working on, which involves my favourite TV show!
Happy Sunday everyone! What are you reading this weekend? Let me know in the comments or on Twitter!