It’s the end of the week again, so it’s time for a reading wrap-up. I didn’t blog as much as I had wanted to, but sometimes that’s (unfortunately) just how life goes.
Fortunately, I did have the opportunity to post a few times this week, so let’s look back on the good times like those.
Tuesday 12/6: Majestic Monday
This Tuesday, I posted the thing where I talk about pretty book covers. This week I highlighted City of Lost Chances by Adrian Tchaikovsky, Ash & Embers by Jenna Wolfhart, and The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab. You can check out the full post here if you missed it.
Thursday 12/8: Winter Book Recommendations
This Thursday, I thought that it was time I give out a few of my (only) winter-themed book recommendations. I’m not gonna spoil it here – cuz I don’t want to ruin the point of the post itself – so you can read the whole thing here, if you’re curious.
Friday 12/9: The Will and the Wilds Review
On Friday, I finally posted another book review. This one was Charlie N. Holmberg’s The Will and the Wilds, a somewhat surreal, high fantasy, romance novel. It was a quick and interesting read, I totally recommend it for that reason alone, even if it wasn’t one of my favorites. (I’m also planning on reading more of this author’s books.) If you missed it, you can read my review here.
Sunday 12/11: Weekly Wrap-Up and General Goals for Next Week
Annnd, that’s it for this week. Like I said at the top, I didn’t post as much as I wanted to, but stuff happens. I also didn’t really meet any of my blogging goals the way that I wanted to, which is also unfortunate.
So, I’m not going to overtly state any goals like I have been, because life happens, and it also prevents me from being spontaneous if I get an idea to blog about something bookish in the middle of the week, or something.
So for this week, I’m not committing to anything, but I’d like to do a Shelf Control, post a couple book reviews, maaayybe a reading retrospective, and probably at least something else. So join me next time for more bookish things!