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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Sunday Post #7

  • I feel like this has been SUCH a long week. But it has been good! I did barely any reading outside of classwork, but I'm not surprised. I'm taking 17 hours, so my homework plate is pretty full. Buttttt, I did get a new tattoo this week. 

It's supposed to be the New York skyline, but not everyone sees that, apparently. 
  • I also started bullet journaling this week. So far, I'm digging it. It's actually really relaxing to sit down every morning and figure out my day, drink my coffee. If you don't know what bullet journaling is, I suggest you google it!

Unhooked by Lisa Maxwell

Top Ten Books I've Recently Added to my TBR
Wow, looking at it now, I realized how much I sucked it up in blogging this week, too. Yikes. 
Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman

Top Ten Tuesday: Freebie week (I still haven't decided what my topic will be)
Sunday Post #8

Discussion: Romance in Reading (this was supposed to happen last week, but...)

Nada. Oh well! 

Gaby at Latte Night Reviews wrote a book/movie comparison for If I Stay by Gayle Forman. I love to read other people's thoughts on movies that have been adapted from books. Gaby made some really good points and brought up some issues that I agree with completely. 

Cristina at Girl in the Pages discussed her experience meeting Alexandra Bracken and Susan Dennard. I really enjoyed reading this because it gave a little insight into how much work both authors put into the research for their novels, which I think is cool! 

In light of some of the recent drama that has occurred, Geraldine at Corralling Books wrote a wonderful post about how all book reviews are biased. I believe that a lot of what she said is really important for bloggers and review readers. And I think it is something that a lot of review writers will be able to relate to. 

What has your week in books and blogging looked like? 

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