Help, my family has fallen into home remodeling purgatory. I am becoming increasingly convinced that our house has become stuck in some kind of time loop in which work is accomplished but the project never actually gets done. I’m living in the Twilight Zone here, people. I miss living in an apartment where I didn’t have to have conversations about termites or being warned not to open the door and fall three feet to the ground. I also miss living in a place that has more than one stoplight, but one of these is more important to me at the moment than the other one.
Other than that, I’ve just been super productive & busy. I did get a lot of writing accomplished this week, though, so that was a plus!
Monday I reviewed Drowning Instinct by Ilsa J. Black.
Tuesday was all about the top 10 bookish problems I have.
Wednesday I reviewed When Joss Met Matt, aka my favorite NA so far.
Thursday I talked about possible ways I could organize my bookshelf.
Friday I reviewed No Parking at the End Times.
Dangerous Boys by Abigail Haas(re-read)
Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers
Devoted by Jennifer Mathieu
None! Wow, living in my small hometown again really does wonders for curbing impulsive book buying.
When You Get Stuck in a Book @ There Were Books Involved
Writing Club Wednesdays: Writing Girls @ YA Misfits
Do You Ever Wish Villains Had Their Own Books? @ PaperFury
Question of the Week:
Oh gosh, I’m having a lot of trouble coming up with a question this week. Hmm. What’s a popular song(meaning a song that is either currently popular or was at one time popular–doesn’t have to be recent) that rubs you the wrong way? I’m convinced we all have one of these. Mine is Hey Ya. So much of my middle school experience was based around avoiding that song.