I’ve thrown in the towel on Project 365. I think this is the earliest I’ve ever quit, but I haven’t picked up my camera all week. I might as well just give up. I’ll still post photos if I have anything interesting to share. I’m just not even going to pretend I’ll be taking one a day anymore.
I did okay last week, but this wasn’t a great week for me, reading-wise or blog-wise. I’m reading two books and I’m really struggling with both of them. I’m almost done with one, but I’m only about halfway through the other. I’m either going to start skimming or I’m going to DNF it. The problem is, I do want to know what happens in the end. I’m just…bored.
Reviews: Last week I posted Annie on My Mind (review & giveaway) by Nancy Garden for LGBT month. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to read another LGBT book this week, and next week isn’t looking good either, so it looks like my participation in LGBT month is over. Don’t forget to enter my Annie on My Mind giveaway though!
Other Posts: Last Tuesday I posted the second in my podcast series, all about Game of Thrones podcasts. I’ve started listening to even more since that post, so expect an update soonish.
Last Thursday I posted my Throwback Thursday Girls of Canby Hall recap/review on the eleventh book in the series With Friends Like and this Thursday I posted on the twelfth book, Who’s the New Girl? I really need to get ahead with these books again so that I will at least have that post pre-scheduled each week instead of rushing the night before.
On Friday I wrote about my first visit to a bookstore in over a year.
Books I Acquired:
The Art of Goodbye by Gwendolyn Heasley, The Summer I Wasn’t Me by Jessica Verdi, My Life with the Walter Boys by Ali Novak, Six Months Later by Natalie Richards, Goodbye Rebel Blue by, Far From You by Tess Sharpe, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han, Open Road Summer by Emery Lord
I was looking through my Amazon wishlist and noticed that a lot of the ebooks I had added over the months and years were free now! I didn’t know whether the price would be going back up, so I bought them all.
The Demon You Know by Julie Kenner, LUSH by S.L. Baum, A Little Bit Cupid by Jennifer Shirk, Investigating the Hottie by Juli Alexander, Not Today, But Someday by Lori L. Otto, Greyson Gray: Camp Legend by B.C. Tweedt, How to Date and Alien by Magan Vernon, Rescuing Liberty by Amanda Washington, Summer Unplugged by Amy Sparling, The Shelter by SunHi Mistwalker
The Gods of Asphalt by H.E. Ellis,
Currently Reading: Between Two Worlds by Katherine Kirkpatrick
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