My week was pretty good overall! I was off Monday, so that was nice. It gave me time to clean my room and read Crown of Midnight! And short work weeks are always good for the soul. . . as long as you don’t have to play catch-up later(I was a bit ahead, so it came at the perfect time for me!). I also wrote a lot. I didn’t read as much as normal, but eh, it was good to have a slightly lighter week. More time for playing around on the internet, which is what I did basically. Also, there were a lot of people traipsing in and out of my apartment all week(the risk you have when you have a roommate who has a lot of friends), so I spent a lot of time walking outside or just hanging out in the library patio because it was so nice and warm in Texas! Has spring arrived? Probably not for good, but at least we’re getting a taste of it.
Monday I reviewed Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas.
Tuesday I shared my top ten reasons I love reading a reader/blogger.
Wednesday I reviewed Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt. I really love this book and HIGHLY recommend it!
Thursday I talked about how I re-examined my opinions on the horror genre.
Friday I reviewed Going Rogue by Robin Benway.
Crown of Midnight by Sarah J Maas
Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson
Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi
Independent Study by Joelle Charbonneau
None! I’m putting myself on some book acquiring restrictions. . . which is what happens when you actually count the number of books you own and haven’t read. I’m not gonna say the number, but know I was proud that at least it wasn’t in the triple digits. So, that’s something. . .Still, it’s a LOT. I’m not going completely on a book buying ban, but I’m only buying books or checking out books from the library I am already intent on reading. So no browsing for fun, basically. I will browse my shelves instead.
Book Nerd Problems: Paws off my Favorites @ Snuggly Oranges
I love what Debby had to say about this. I know that I will skip critical reviews for my favorite books–not because I don’t think those reviews are valid(they definitely are!), but just because those books start to feel like they’re a part of me, and it’s just better for everyone if I stay away.
Turning Off the TV #7: Doctor Who @ Rinn Reads
I love Rinn’s feature! I love Doctor Who. I love time travel. Obviously, this post was going to be on my wrap-up this week.