The Sunday Post No. 13

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The Sunday Post is a weekly meme  hosted by Kimberly at Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news both personal and blog-related, recap the past week, and share about what’s coming up for the next week.

Hello bookworms!

It’s been over three months since I have done one of these! Time flies, except when it doesn’t. This summer was awful, and I’m pretty much going to leave it at that.

All I wanted to do was read for fun and focus on book reviews. Books and this blog have been a wonderful escape for me. I wanted to keep this space limited to just that, and not focus on “the real world” for a while.

Then I realized I can still do a Sunday Post every now and then, and turn it into biweekly or monthly recaps, so here we are!

Currently Reading

I recently finished reading Hidden (The Texas Murder Files #1) by Laura Griffin. It is so good! I was so thrilled to hear about this new romantic suspense series from one of my favorite authors and it did not disappoint!

Other books I read this past week were My Vanishing Country: A Memoir by Bakari Sellers, and The Sleeping Beauty Killer (Under Suspicion #3) by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke.

Up Next

I’m still deciding what to read next! Since it’s a long weekend, I kind of want to read something light. I have a Debbie Macomber book and a Nora Roberts book sitting on my shelf, so I might turn to one of those for a quick, light read.

Bookish Things

I am really getting into the Fall mood and I splurged on a handful of witchy graphic novels last week! I loved Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell and The Okay Witch by Emma Steinkeller, and that is the vibe I was looking for.

The titles I got were…

  • Snapdragon by Kat Leyh
  • The Witch Boy by Molly Knox Ostertag
  • Graveyard Shakes by Laura Terry

Have you read any of these? They look like such cute reads!

Finally, it’s Library Card Sign-Up month in September, and I would be remiss not to remind you all to get a card at your local library if you don’t already have one. Public libraries these days have more than just books: you can typically rent videos such as movies and TV shows, in addition to e-books, e-audiobooks, music and more.

That’s it for me. Hope everyone had a great week and a nice long weekend! 🙂

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