Week In Review

July 27 – August 9

I sort of unintentionally had a blog hiatus last week! I didn’t read a single page and instead was watching Netflix (catching up on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which I LOVE, and Arrow season 2, which I’m enjoying but I don’t love it). It was nice to take a breather from the blog and reading and reviewing. It’s been a long time since I did that.

But I’m getting back into the swing of things, although with my move coming up this month, I still don’t think I’ll be posting as regularly as I usually do. Bear with me. Things will be back to normal in September.

I’m spending Sunday in Toronto attending HCC Frenzy’s fall YA book preview, and I’m really excited! I went last year and had a great time, and this year should be just as fun, road tripping with my Ottawa blogettes!

I bought a few e-books for my Kobo in the last week or so, and received an e-ARC:

The Night Sister, by Jennifer McMahon (purchased);

In the Woods, by Tana French (purchased);

We Have Always Lived in the Castle, by Shirley Jackson (purchased); and

Spinning Starlight, by R.C. Lewis (Netgalley).

I also picked up Finding Audrey, by Sophie Kinsella, and Death Code (The Murder Complex #2), by Lindsay Cummings, from the library.

I only finished reading two books in the past couple of weeks: the graphic novel Deadly Class #1, by Rick Remender, Wesley Craig, and Lee Loughridge, and an ARC of The Nightmare Charade by Mindee Arnett (the final book in her Arkwell Academy trilogy).

Currently, I’m still reading Armada by Ernest Cline, and I’ve just started an e-ARC of The Dogs by Allan Stratton.

The only thing I posted recently on the blog was a post about my favourite band, Idlewild.

Coming up this week is my review of The Nightmare Charade, and possibly of Armada if I finish it!

Time to get ready for the HCC Frenzy event!! Happy weekend everyone!

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