Week In Review

June 15 – 21

Hello! It’s been a lovely weekend so far, and I’m hoping the weather stays nice enough for me to do some more reading on the balcony today! All of my freckles are slowly blending into one giant freckle, I think.

I’ve been perusing this list that apparently contains all of the books read/referenced by Rory Gilmore throughout Gilmore Girls (one of my very favourite shows), and have decided that I need to read some of these. I haven’t counted yet how many I’ve already read, but I have a feeling that it will be a low number.

I haven’t even started reading the books I brought home from the library last week and I’ve already brought home a few more:

Dream A Little Dream, by Kerstin Gier;

How My Summer Went Up In Flames, by Jennifer Salvato Doktorski;

I Am Her Revenge, by Meredith Moore;

The Unquiet, by Jeannine Garsee; and

Trinkets, by Kirsten Smith.

I also received an e-ARC of Ellie Marney’s Every Word from the publisher, via Netgalley. I loved Every Breath (I borrowed it from the library but I don’t think I ever reviewed it, oops!) and I’m really excited to read this sequel!!

I finished reading three books this week: a borrowed ARC of Libba Bray’s Lair of Dreams; Noggin by John Corey Whaley; and an ARC of Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls, by Lynn Weingarten.

Currently, I’m still working on The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell and Razorhurst by Justine Larbalestier. I shouldn’t start another book until I finish one of those, but my TBR and ARC and library piles are calling to me…

On the blog, I posted reviews of Adorkable by Sarra Manning, and I Am Princess X (ARC) by Cherie Priest. I also posted about Supernatural episodes 18 (Something Wicked) and 19 (Provenance) for my rewatch.

Coming up this week are more Supernatural posts, and reviews of P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han, and Charlie, Presumed Dead by Anne Heltzel.

That’s it for me! Time to make some coffee and enjoy the end of the weekend! Happy Sunday!

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