Week In Review

December 16 – 22

We’re just a few days away from Christmas! I’ve been watching Christmas movies, listening to Christmas music non-stop, and wrapping presents. It’s sad to think that my next Week in Review post will be after Christmas, but on the bright side, I’ve got a week off work, and I am planning to fit in as much reading as possible while I’m on holiday!!

I’ve got some scheduled reviews so stuff will be happening on the blog, but I will likely not be around the interwebs much over the holidays as I plan to maximize my cozy reading time, and possibly catch up on a bunch of television shows I’ve neglected.

I restrained myself and only acquired two new books, both of which I can’t wait to read: We Were Liars by E. Lockhart, and The Here and Now by Ann Brashares, both via Netgalley. I can’t wait to start reading them!!

I was able to focus on reading again this past week and finished reading Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi, which I loved! I also read Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira, which was fabulous, and Afterparty by Ann Redisch Stampler, which I really enjoyed.

Currently, I’m reading Scarlet by Marissa Meyer, and have just started to read Avalon by Mindee Arnett.

I posted my reviews of Poor Little Dead Girls by Lizzie Friend and Objects in Mirror by Tudor Robins. I also shared the final post in my series on 2014 releases I’m looking forward to reading, and my TBR Thursday post on Mindy McGinnis’s Not a Drop to Drink.

Coming up this week are my reviews of In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters, The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constantine, and my post on my top ten reads of 2013.

That’s it for me! Merry Christmas, happy holidays, happy reading!

One Response to Week In Review

  1. Tania says:

    Looking forward to reading your top ten reads of 2013!

    Merry Christmas!!!

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