The Sunday Wrap-Up{76}

Posted March 29, 2015 by Stormy in Books / 4 Comments


My Week

 My week was pretty low-key, which HOORAY. After last week I totally relished in having a slow, almost boring(but not really) week. I spent a good portion of Monday and Tuesday watching Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt(yeah, I got sucked in), and then the rest of the week doing my general daily tasks. Nothing exciting to report, but really, again after that last week I’m pretty happy about it.

On Book Blog Bake

Monday I reviewed The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer. It was an okay read, but I’ve mostly forgotten it.
Tuesday I shared some more O.W.L. Report mini-reviews.
Wednesday I participated in the Ultimate Book Tag. I had a lot of fun answering those questions!
Thursday I talked about the unpredictability of “me!” books.
Friday I reviewed Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone, which I ended up enjoying much more than I expected.

Favorite 5

 Cheat Sheet Justifications for Buying all those books! @ Between My Lines
Yup, I have definitely used some of these before–particularly the one about needing to order three more books to qualify for free shipping. That’s how Amazon gets you, folks.

Oh the Guests! Unlocking Long-Locked Doors by Julia Eshbaugh from Pub(lishing) Crawl @ Oh the Books
I really enjoyed this post about secrets and long-locked doors and writing.

Essential Reading: Seven Books Simon(from Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda) would Read and Love @ The Novel Hermit
Simon has been a book with a ton of buzz this year, for good reason(I’m so excited for my pre-order to arrive!) and this list compiled by author Becky Albertalli of seven books Simon would read and love is just perfect.


Make it Right by Megan Erickson
Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz



 Question of the Week:

Okay, I admit to totally having an ulterior motive with this question, but I’m curious: What question would you love to see asked in an author interview if you were to read one?




4 responses to “The Sunday Wrap-Up{76}

  1. It’s kind of hard to say without knowing who the author is, but I always like questions/answers dealing with the author’s writing process.

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