Every week I recap what’s happened on my blog and in my life as well as telling you what you can look forward to.
Hey everyone. How was your week? For me, this week has been pretty okay. Nothing too exciting happened.
~What You May Have Missed Last Week~
~Coming Up This Week~
Interview with Corey Ann Haydu! (Posting tomorrow!!!!!) (May 4)
ARC Review: Making Pretty by Corey Ann Haydu (Five Stars!!!!) (May 5)
Wondrous Covers Wednesday (#33) (May 6)
RRWC May Challenge #1: Make Your Life Soundtrack (Posting under More Than This Provincial Life) (May 8)
I’m still in the middle of books and such, I
may will throw up a review Tuesday So these four posts are the bare minimum.
~In The Blogosphere~
Nori @ ReadWriteLove28 interviewed Corey Ann Hadyu on her blog as part of Sunday Street Team. 🙂
Rosie @ Rosie Reads is starting new weekly challenges with chances to win gift cards.
Holly @ The Fox’s Hideaway has done her second post for her awesome new feature Get Rec’d.
Emery Lord shared her Open Letter to her YA Self on Ginger’s Blog, GReads
Bec asks what are short reviews and talks about why she can’t write them. (I feel her pain)
Shay @ The Story Goes… shares a new feature called Pre-Review featuring Never Always Sometimes by Adi Alsaid.
Sarah @ What Sarah Read features Lauren of Bookmark Lit for Fangirl Friday where Lauren shows off tons of pretty covers.
Cait @ Paper Fury asks if you’re a fan of gender swaps as well as if you like “ordinary” characters.
Cristina @ Girl In The Pages was inspired by Cait’s post on Gender Bender characters that she took a Close Look at Gender Bending Villains
Amber @ The Mile Long Book Shelf features Harvey of Bookmarked for a guest post where he asks Should YA Books Always Have A Happy Ending?
Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight shares a few bookish things that seriously confuse her.
Ashley @ Nose Graze challenges you to create business cards that mean something. She also tells you how to own the hell out of BEA, to which I cry because I’m not going. 😉
Bee @ Istyria Book Blog talks about two things in books that she’s tired of.
Lisa @ Bookish Broads nerded out about Book Formats at last week’s Nerding Out
Amanda @ Beautiful Bookish Butterflies says that she’s proud to be a blogger.
Cee @ The Novel Hermit shares five books that Parvarti from Liars Inc would love.
Hazel @ Stay Bookish gives some quick blogging tips.
I am still in the middle of City Love by Susane Colasanti, Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman and Fans of The Impossible Life by Kate Scelsa. In addition to those three, I’m also in the middle of The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer and Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton. . . One day I’m going to finish one of them. 🙂 So far Challenger Deep is really sucking me in now, I’m also very into Fans and The Cemetery Boys. City Love’s kind of “eh” at this point, unfortunately. I’m not too far into Tiny Pretty Things but it’s had an interesting introduction so far.
Harper added books to Edelweiss!
Simon Pulse has re-added Violent Ends on EW, which hopefully I will get approved for. *crosses fingers*
Armchair BEA’s coming up in a few weeks which I’m participating in for the first time ever.
~Stacking The Shelves~
Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme at Tynga’s Reviews where bloggers are encouraged to talk about the books they’ve received the past week.
I was approved for:
A Step Towards Falling by Cammie McGovern
Future Perfect by Jen Larsen
Thank you so much Harper Teen. ❤
I love how the covers follow the same palette, at least with the teal color. ❤
I hope everyone has a good week. 🙂 Let me know how your week’s going, any great blog posts I missed, what books you’ve got this week, etc.