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Another week down! Only 3 more weeks til little man starts preschool 🙁 So NOT READY!!! I don’t know what I’ll do next year when he starts Kindergarten. I just want to cry thinking about it!
This week the hubby was working long, odd hours at the hospital, so little man and I hit the road to spend time with grandparents. It was a nice visit. He’s always worn out afterwards though. I think we’ve spent the whole weekend recuperating.
I did manage to get a little reading done though. On my TTT this week, I said I had never read The Selection series by Kiera Cass….well I fixed that 😉 I managed to read the whole series (minus The Heir) this week. Yes I speed read, especially when it’s as good as this series was! What did you do this week?
As I write this post, I can honestly say that I am between books. I literally just finished The One by Kiera Cass and I have a bit of a book/series hangover. I’m not sure what I want to start next! I’m thinking I need something that will distract me though. So it will be one of these two books:
Which do you think I should start?
Last Week on the Blog
- Merry Mondays #6 – New Year, New Me Update
- Top Ten Tuesday #40 – Too Much Hype
- COVER REVEAL – Destiny Rising by Siobhan Davis
- Gildemer: The Painting by A.S. Oren ★★★★
- The Codex: An Angel's Guide to Seducing a Human by Joe Duck ★★★★★
- Sunday Post #35 – Family Time
Coming Up this Week
- Merry Mondays | Favorite Christmas/Summer Activity
- Top Ten Tuesday | “Last Ten Books That Came Into My Possession (bought, library, review copies)” via the Broke and Bookish
- Through Glass Episode 8 by Rebecca Ethington – review
- Children’s Corner | Leopold by Dr. Ruth Westheimer – review
- Sight by Juliet Madison – review
- A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas – review
- Feature & Follow Friday | “If you had the money what would your own personal library look like? What would be in it? What colors, decorations, etc would you put in it?” via Alison Can Read and Parajunkee’s View
- Weekend Reads | Penryn & the End of Days by Susan Ee – series review
Christmas in July
With the year a little more than halfway over, I couldn’t resist bringing a little holiday cheer to the summer. Merry Mondays is a weekly feature that I started last December and I thought would be fun for July as well. Each week will have a different theme all centered around Christmas and the holiday season. Want to participate? Click here for the dates and topics. Also if you participate, be sure to come back here and link-up your post!
This Week’s Book Fix
I acquired :::cough::: 13 books this week! I think I’m making up for last week’s low numbers 😉 Covers link to Goodreads.
- Angus MacBain and the Island of Sleeping Kings by Angela J. Townsend
- The Queen of All that Dies by Laura Thalassa
- The Codex: An Angel’s Guide to Seducing a Human by Joe Duck
- It’s in His Heart by Shelly Alexander
- Lawless by Tracey Ward
- Through Glass Episode 8 by Rebecca Ethington
- The One by Kiera Cass
- Phase Four: Analyze by Rose Wynters
- The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J Maas
- For This Child I Prayed by William Gage
- the dragon of the month club by Iain Reading
- The Mine by John A. Heldt
- Destiny Rising by Siobhan Davis
Thank you to the authors this week for providing review copies!
What are you reading this week?
So my pool plans for the rest of the summer are ruined. Our landlords have decided that now is a good time to resurface the pool. Earlier this week they drained the pool…not sure how long resurfacing takes, but my guess is it will take a while. Oh well! Not really sure why they thought that during the hottest time of the summer it would be a good idea to drain the pool….but I don’t make those decisions 😉
Reading wise, I plan to knock out a few review books this week and read my library book as well. What are your plans for the week?