Lupe wasn’t kidding yesterday about finals week coming up – we can almost taste the freedom right at the edge of our tongues… after going through a few hurdles of course. We know them as finals.
The above GIF is an accurate depiction of most of our moods for the next week.
Meanwhile, Novel Newcomers is coming back next year! I’m co-hosting with Clo from Cuppa Clo and we can’t wait to get this feature back on the road once more. If you’re a book blogger who started in 2017 or 2018, we’d love to feature you!
This Week’s Posts
- [3 Dec] Novel Newcomers is BACK in 2019! (Sign Ups CLOSED)
- [5 Dec] Death by the River by Alexandrea Weis, Lucas Astor ★½
Wow, what a haul.
- Last of Her Name by Jessica Khoury (ARC) – I got this in the mail the other day and wowowow I’m definitely reading this during winter break.
- Pretend She’s Here by Luanne Rice (ARC) – I got this in the mail the day after the Last of Her Name came and I’m kind of curious?
- Descendant of the Crane by Joan He (Netgalley) – I won’t be reading this during winter break, but I am super excited to dive into this, probably right before spring break.
- Project Canvas edited by Caroline Meek and Olivia Rogers – My copies came! Then my mom took a copy and proceeded to look for me. (She kept the copy, too.)
- Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel by Eoin Colfer – I’m putting that Kindle Unlimited deal to use, bookwyrms.
- All is Fair by Dee Garretson (Netgalley) – I forgot I signed up for the blog tour.
In the past few weeks, I started Return to Dyatlov Pass by J.H. Moncrieff but then got distracted by #Starstruck by Sariah Wilson which I finished the other day. I started and finished Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel and then attempted to continue Return to Dyatlov Pass. Let me tell you, reading about the incident that happened around 1959 is creepy.
Real and Blogging Life
Clo wants her soul to be kidnapped on the blog indefinitely as a co-blogger, so maybe we’ll figure out a nice schedule after procrastinating a million times. Or maybe we’ll wing it, who knows.
Meanwhile, I’m just going to roll right back into the study, presentations and finals cave. If you see me peeping out of that cave by next Sunday and in the wild, it means I’ve survived.