Week In Review

December 30 – January 5

Happy New Year! Goodbye 2013, hello 2014. I hope you all had a fun New Year’s Eve! I’m looking forward to this year as there are some exciting things I hope to accomplish, including attending my very first BEA!

The weather here has been absolutely freezing lately (hello, -38 degrees!) so I’m not leaving the house today. I’m staying cozy on the couch!

I purchased two books this week: Impulse by Ellen Hopkins for book club, and These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner. I read an ARC and adored the book so I had to have a finished copy for my bookshelf! I also got an ARC of Royally Lost by Angie Stanton via Edelweiss.

I received my first Book Riot Quarterly box, which contained a bunch of awesome stuff, including a copy of Max Berry’s Lexicon, complete with notes from the author! I’ve been wanting to read this book, so opening up the box to find it inside was such an excellent surprsise!

I only finished reading one book this past week, Avalon by Mindee Arnett. I’m currently reading Andrew Smith’s Winger, and The Crane Wife by Patrick Ness.

I posted the following reviews this past week: No One Else Can Have You by Kathleen Hale; Afterparty by Ann Redisch Stampler; and Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi. I also shared my Waiting on Wednesday post for Libba Bray’s Lair of Dreams.

Coming up this week are my reviews of Flame, the final book in Amy Kathleen Ryan’s Sky Chasers series, and Scarlet by Marissa Meyer. I’ll also be posting my Top Ten Tuesday post on my 2014 goals and resolutions.

Happy Sunday and happy reading!

One Response to Week In Review

  1. Book Angel says:

    I’ve heard sooo many fabulous things about These Broken Stars. I hope you enjoy it!

    I read Scarlet a couple of weeks ago and it was so good. I’m looking forward to your reviews!

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