Week In Review

March 9 – 15

Hello! I’m going to try and keep this short and sweet because I’ve been in a bit of a reading slump and I honestly don’t think I’ve read more than 100 pages of anything this week.

Part of that is that I was busy at work and did a few looooonnnggg days, and my brain was honestly so exhausted by the time I got home that I didn’t have it in me to pick up a book.

And part of that is because I had an idea for something that I wanted to do with the blog and have been working on that with most of my free time!

Of course, this is the time that ALL of my holds at the library come in! I picked up a bunch of books this week that I truly do plan on trying to read, despite not being in a reading mood lately:

Autumn Falls, by Bella Thorne;

Bad Feminist, by Roxane Gay;

The Body Electric, by Beth Revis;

Cuckoo Song, by Frances Hardinge; and

The Paying Guests, by Sarah Waters

And I haven’t finished ANY books this week! That feels so wrong because it’s so rare, but it also feels kind of liberating! I finished reading Bone Gap by Laura Ruby last Sunday, but since then, I’ve barely picked up another book.

I’m still reading Dark Metropolis, and I’ve also started reading an e-arc of The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things, by Ann Aguirre.

Even though my reading has been in a slump, the blog was busy this week! I posted 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.

I also shared my thoughts on why I love the show Over the Garden Wall, and why I think you should check it out!

Coming up this week are reviews of Don’t Look Back, by Jennifer L. Armentrout, and Liars Inc., by Paula Stokes.

Time to carry on with my little project, and who knows, I might even read today! Happy Sunday!

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