Week In Review

July 13 – 19

It’s hot out! It’s way too humid and muggy and hot outside for me these past few days, so I’m going to stay inside in front of the fan with my books! Although yesterday I got out for a pizza date with my husband and I ate pizza topped with bacon, potato, and broccoli. It was amazing!

I added some books to the shelves this week that I can’t wait to read:

An Inheritance of Ashes, by Leah Bobet (Edelweiss);

This is Where it Ends, by Marieke Nijkamp (Netgalley);

The Scorpion Rules, by Erin Bow (Netgalley);

Deadly Class #1, by Rick Remender, Wesley Craig, Lee Loughridge (graphic novel, from the library);

Armada, by Ernest Cline (purchased); and

Stand-Off, by Andrew Smith (from Simon & Schuster Canada – HUGE thank you as this is the sequel to Winger, which I absolutely loved!).

I finished reading two books this week: Through the Woods, by Emily Carroll, which is a collection of five illustrated short (creepy) stories; and Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman, which I LOVED.

Currently, I’m reading (and nearly finished) Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo, which is well on its way to being aย  5 star read, and Scarlett Undercover by Jennifer Latham, which I’m liking so far.

On the blog this week, I posted reviews of Alive, by Scott Sigler, and Ruthless, by Carolyn Lee Adams.

I also wrote about Supernatural episodes four and five from season two, Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things, and Simon Said. But now I’m all out of scheduled Supernatural Rewatch posts, so I’d better watch a couple today or else I won’t have any for the blog this upcoming week!

I’ve got three reviews coming up this week: Bellweather Rhapsody, by Kate Racculia; Enduring Armageddon, by Brian Parker; and The Unquiet, by Jeannine Garsee.

I’m off to get some coffee, some leftover pizza, and to finish Six of Crows while trying to stay cool in this heat!! Happy Sunday!

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