Week In Review

December 10 – 16

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Oh my gosh, another weekend has come and gone so quickly! But that also means it’s another week closer to Christmas. AND I start my vacation this week, so I can’t wait for that to get here!

This has been another busy week full of Christmas-related activities (don’t get me started on my dealings with Canada Post!), I went to a birthday part last night, and tonight I am hosting my Ottawa blogger group’s Christmas party, which is always a good time. But I will definitely be ready for that vacation to start later this week!

New books:

A big thank you to Raincoast Books for sending me an ARC of Robin LaFevers’ Courting Darkness! I love her His Fair Assassin series, so I’m really looking forward to reading this new book set in that world!

I also received a few e-ARCs courtesy of Edelweiss:

Hello Girls, Brittany Cavallaro and Emily Henry;

Let’s Call It a Doomsday, Katie Henry; and

Missing, Presumed Dead, Emma Berquist.

I treated myself to two new books this week:

Severance, Ling Ma; and

Moon of the Crusted Snow, Waubgeshig Rice.

Books read:

I haven’t had any time to sit down and read this week, but I finished reading Open Mic Night at Westminster Cemetery by Mary Amato, as well as Lumberjanes, Vol. 10: Parents’ Day.  I’m five books away from hitting my Goodreads annual reading goal, but I think once my vacation starts I’ll have no problem making time to read and I’ll meet that goal by the end of the year.

Current reads:

I’m about 60% of the way through John Larison’s Whiskey When We’re Dry, and I’m halfway through Rebecca Schaeffer’s Not Even Bones.

Reviews:

I only posted one review this past week (A Criminal Magic, Lee Kelly), but I also shared another Supernatural Rewatch post, and I wrote about my favourite TV shows I watched in 2018.

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Ok, now it’s time for some more coffee and some hardcore introverting before tonight’s party. Happy Sunday!

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