Hey all! How has your week been? Oddly enough, I feel like my week has been strangely . . . okay. Some of the existential dread that has frozen around my heart has been slowly thawing, although I’m not sure why. Things are still kind of awful in the world but maybe, just maybe, there are little signs of hope out there too. Maybe that’s what I’m feeling.
I don’t know what my blogging schedule will be like next week, as I will be going out of town Thursday through Sunday. My kiddo and I are taking a road trip up into the mountains. Since she’s been staying with her grandma lately, I haven’t been able to spend too much time with her. Besides, we were supposed to go on a road trip down to Atlanta a month ago to see BTS in concert, but of course, that has been postponed and will (hopefully) be rescheduled. A trip to the mountains is probably a lot less exciting, but it will be fun. The kiddo wants to take pretty photographs and the Blue Ridge is a good place to do that.
I got a good amount of reading done this week, which is awesome. I like feeling productive! I finished a few books and made progress on a few others.
- A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir – chapters 44 through 59, finishing that book. Check out my review from yesterday.
- Enter the Night by Norah Wilson and Heather Doherty – chapters 29 through 46. finishing that book. I reviewed this one a while ago since this was a re-read, but you can still check it out here if you like.
- The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas – chapters 7 through 26, finishing that book. I’m hoping to get the review up for that next week before I leave.
- Legend by Marie Lu – the first June chapter. You can find my Chapter-A-Long post for that chapter here.
- Embrace the Night by Norah Wilson and Heather Doherty – chapters 1 through 28.
- The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin – chapters 1 through 29
- The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman – chapters 9 through 17.
Not too shabby! Let’s kick this reading slump in the butt!
Hope you all have a good weekend!
Categories: Weekly Wrap-Up
Looks like you had a good reading week! I hope the next is just as good!
Have a wonderful roadtrip! That sounds so good right about now:)
Thanks! We’re looking forward to it!