Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. To be brutally honest: this week was not eventful at all - nothing happened. I stayed at home watching TV and wrote the occasional blog post - I didn't even read. So, we'll skip the 'books read' part this time! But let's look at the rest.
Posts and other happenings this week
- My first post this week was a review of More Than This (More Than #1) by Jay McLean
- I then of course had my Top Ten Tuesday; Top ten books that would be on my syllabus if I taught fairytale retellings 101
- Wednesday was a tag, to be specific; the 'I mustache you some questions' tag
- A quite rewarding post came on Thursday in the form of a blog award: Blog Award : Sisterhood of the World
- Friday was of course another meme; book beginning: All of the Above by James Dawson - a book I read and loved this month.
- Saturday brought another review: Because You'll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas
- I signed up as a tour host at a bunch of different blog tour companies
- I organized a bunch of things like; checklists for certain posts and my blog planner
- I've been thinking about writing a lot. After reading All of the Above I feel quite inspired.
Upcoming posts and events
- Tomorrow I have my august - or ARC August wrap up
- Tuesday is Top Ten Tuesday as always - this time the characters I didn't click with
- Wednesday brings my reading que for September (TBR) and a cover reveal!
- Since Monsters by Emerald Fennell comes out on Thursday I have a review scheduled!
- On Friday I'll share a beginning from an October release by Ginger Scott!
- Saturday will bring an excerpt from Gut Feeling by Victoria Browne
- and Sunday will of course be another Sunday Post - with a bunch of news hopefully
- Well, I start uni on Tuesday! Wish me luck!
Around the web
- Ria wrote this great post about the reasons she loves blogging - I might have to steal her idea.. I'll give her credit of course!
- Lisa @ Read.Breathe.Relax Best Young Adult Book Reviews have this post about how you judge whether a book is good, I've definitely saved it!
- Because of Greg from Book Haven I found this great game thingy called 'Press start to play'. Apparently it's a way to promote this new book coming out.
How was your week?