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.
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.
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.
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!