Week In Review

December 28 – January 3

Hello and Happy New Year! It’s 2016! I’m going to be writing 2015 until like May, I’m sure.

Did anyone make New Year’s resolutions? I didn’t really make any. I guess I want to work on being healthier – physically, emotionally, financially – in 2016 but I didn’t make any specific resolutions beyond that.

I did set a new Goodreads goal for 2016. I always start at 100 books and in past years, if it looked like I was going to go way beyond it, I adjusted my goal to a higher number. In 2015, I only just exceeded 100 books, and I hope I do better this year!

It’s been a quiet week in terms of reading and books. I did finish reading an e-arc of These Vicious Masks, by Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas, and really enjoyed it. Look for my review closer to the release date in February.

Currently, I’m reading an e-arc of Passenger, by Alexandra Bracken. I’m about 25% in, and it’s interesting but I don’t love it so far. I’m thinking about starting another book (I usually read a couple of books at a time) but have not been able to decide on which one to start.

2016 on my blog is off to a good start I think! I shared my 2015 End of the Year Book Survey, which is always fun to do, and my Project SPN Rewatch series is back! I’m going to be posting again on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and yesterday I posted about season two, episode six, No Exit. I’ll probably have another break between seasons two and three (so I can watch season three and write up the posts), but I’ll be posting the rest of season two over the next few weeks.

Coming up this week is my review of Sharon Cameron’s Rook (I finally finished it!), and another Project SPN Rewatch post. I’d also like to try and get back into doing some Waiting on Wednesday posts, because I like writing about books on my TBR, so I’ll probably have one of those posts ready for Wednesday.

That’s it for me! I’m off to read and have some coffee. I hope 2016 is off to a good start for everyone!

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