Week In Review

March 2 – 8

YAY it’s March! I am super hopeful that it means an end to the super freezing temperatures that we’ve had here in my city pretty much every day this year. I can’t take it anymore!

Also with Daylight Saving Time, we’ll get more sunlight, which is glorious, but right now I’m really feeling that lost hour of sleep!

So spring training has begun and yesterday I watched a baseball game on TV and it almost felt like summer. So close…

On to books. I had a nice little book week.

I borrowed two books from the library that I’m really excited to read: When by Victoria Laurie and The Good Girl by Mary Kubica. I also received an e-arc via Edelweiss of Lock & Mori by Heather W. Petty. Thank you, Simon & Schuster!

I finished reading two books this past week: All Fall Down by Ally Carter and Fangasm: Supernatural Fangirls by Katherine Larsen and Lynn Zubernis. Look for those reviews in the next couple of weeks.

Currently, I’m reading Dark Metropolis by Jaclyn Dolamore, and Bone Gap by Laura Ruby. I am liking both, but so far not LOVING either one, which means I’m not reading as quickly as I do when I’m super into a book. I’m already thinking about what to read next. Sigh.

On the blog, I posted reviews of Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver (LOVED SO MUCH), and The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes.

Coming up this week are reviews of Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke, Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, and There Will Be Lies by Nick Lake.

Now I need coffee, some food, and some reading time – possibly with a nap sprinkled in – before The Walking Dead tonight! Happy Sunday!

2 Responses to Week In Review

  1. Kelsey says:

    The time change really messed me up too, I can’t wait for this cold weather and snow to be gone!
    I got a bunch of library books and All Fall Down was one of them and I’m excited to get to it.
    Hope you have a great week! πŸ™‚

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