Week In Review

I have spent much of the past week reading, watching Bob’s Burgers, playing Animal Crossing, and (on the weekend) forgoing sleep to watch the two BTS concert livestream events.

New books:

Big thank you to William Morrow, HarperCollins, Gallery Press, Knopf, and Grove Press for helping make sure I don’t run out of reading material while I’m staying home! I received these e-ARCs:

When No One Is Watching, Alyssa Cole;

My Life As A Villainess: Essays, Laura Lippman;

The Guest List, Lucy Foley;

The Down Days, Ilze Hugo;

Red Pill, Hari Kunzru;

The Truth Hurts, Rebecca Reid;

The Hollow Places, T. Kingfisher;

A Lover’s Discourse, Xiaolu Guo; and

The Lightness, Emily Temple.

Books read:

I finished three books, bringing my total for the year so far to 60:

The Homecoming, Andrew Pyper;

The Ancestor, Danielle Trussoni; and

Would Like To Meet, Rachel Winters.

Current reads:

I’m reading one of my library books, Trace of Evil by Alice Blanchard.

Posts and reviews:

I only posted one review this past week: my sister’s review of I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella.

I have a bunch of reviews to work on so my goal for the week is to get a few of those finished and scheduled.

I am going to read a little more while I listen to some BTS. Happy Sunday!

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