The Sunday Post {5}: Is It Bedtime Yet?

4.26.2015
The Sunday Post is hosted at the Caffeinated Book Reviewer, intended to recap the past week and share upcoming news!
You guys. I am so, so exhausted. I need three years to recover from this semester and this week alone.


I never claimed to be a master photographer.

Bought:
The Collector by Victoria Scott
Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
Across a Star-Swept Sea by Diana Peterfreund
Nil by Lynne Matson

Someone ban me from Bookoutlet. Please.

Gifted:
Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
Gwen is the best. The actual best. End of story.

For review:
Broken Lies by Claire Vale (Thanks to the author and Xpresso Reads!)

I sped through the first half of Snow Like Ashes this week, and I definitely have some problems with it that I'm hoping improve. Still working on Rook! It's so fantastic, but Adobe Digital Editions is a pain in my ass.

I am also quietly reading A Game of Thrones. It's taking me a LONG time. As in months.


 In other news:
  • It was a hard and exhausting week. My aunt had a heart attack and so I missed three days of classes and drove about 700 total miles for the funeral. I pissed off a professor and screwed up way too many times at work. Sorry about any unreturned comments.
  • I am trying to force myself not to buy a Kindle Fire because $$$ and I'm not really a fan of ebooks but it would be SO CONVENIENT. I can't read any NetGalley books unless I'm in my room because I don't like to take my laptop with me everywhere. 
  • I'll be starting two new things on the blog: For every review, I'll be posting one particular song that I personally feel fits with the book. And from now on, I'll be posting a "Waiting on Wednesday" post once a month, chock full of books I can't wait for. I'm choosing to do this because I like the meme but considering I don't post every day, I don't want this blog to be totally dominated by memes.
  • A review of Rook. I swear. Hopefully.
  • A review of Cinder! 
  • Honestly, I have no idea how you guys come up with creative content for your blogs. I just want to sleep.

What did you get up to last week? Have you read any of these books? Thoughts on the Kindle Fire?

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4.26.2015

The Sunday Post {5}: Is It Bedtime Yet?

The Sunday Post is hosted at the Caffeinated Book Reviewer, intended to recap the past week and share upcoming news!
You guys. I am so, so exhausted. I need three years to recover from this semester and this week alone.


I never claimed to be a master photographer.

Bought:
The Collector by Victoria Scott
Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
Across a Star-Swept Sea by Diana Peterfreund
Nil by Lynne Matson

Someone ban me from Bookoutlet. Please.

Gifted:
Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
Gwen is the best. The actual best. End of story.

For review:
Broken Lies by Claire Vale (Thanks to the author and Xpresso Reads!)

I sped through the first half of Snow Like Ashes this week, and I definitely have some problems with it that I'm hoping improve. Still working on Rook! It's so fantastic, but Adobe Digital Editions is a pain in my ass.

I am also quietly reading A Game of Thrones. It's taking me a LONG time. As in months.


 In other news:
  • It was a hard and exhausting week. My aunt had a heart attack and so I missed three days of classes and drove about 700 total miles for the funeral. I pissed off a professor and screwed up way too many times at work. Sorry about any unreturned comments.
  • I am trying to force myself not to buy a Kindle Fire because $$$ and I'm not really a fan of ebooks but it would be SO CONVENIENT. I can't read any NetGalley books unless I'm in my room because I don't like to take my laptop with me everywhere. 
  • I'll be starting two new things on the blog: For every review, I'll be posting one particular song that I personally feel fits with the book. And from now on, I'll be posting a "Waiting on Wednesday" post once a month, chock full of books I can't wait for. I'm choosing to do this because I like the meme but considering I don't post every day, I don't want this blog to be totally dominated by memes.
  • A review of Rook. I swear. Hopefully.
  • A review of Cinder! 
  • Honestly, I have no idea how you guys come up with creative content for your blogs. I just want to sleep.

What did you get up to last week? Have you read any of these books? Thoughts on the Kindle Fire?

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