Well, I survived my first week of the new semester! Woohoo! I'm already celebrating with ice cream. I didn't buy much this week, and I didn't have much of a chance to do reading outside of textbooks, so I'm behind on blogs and fun reading- but I'm hoping to catch up this weekend. It's a long weekend as Monday is MLK day.
What I Bought:
Deep Blue, Jenifer Donnelly-- This was 99 cents on my Nook, and I've been eyeing it for a while now, so I went for it. It's the first in a series about, you guessed it, mermaids!
The Spindlers, Lauren Oliver-- Forgot to add this to last week's post, but I got this from Book Outlet. It's the first in a Middle Grade series and it looks really cute!
The Chaperone, Laura Moriarty--Also from that Book Outlet order mentioned above. It takes place in the 1920's, and has a female protagonist in her 20's- that's all I know.
What Happened This Week:
Monday- I started the week by reviewing the Young Adult, Science Fiction retelling of Austen's Persuasion- For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfruend.
Tuesday- The top ten 2014 Releases I Haven't Read Yet (But Really Want to)
Wednesday- Waiting on Wednesday Love Hurts by Malorie Blackman
Thursday- My Favorite Epigraphs: Part Two
Friday-I reviewed, and loved, The Cure for Dreaming by Cat Winters
Last Week's Wrap-Up
What's Happening Next:
I will get some more pre-scheduling done this weekend, hopefully, so I won't have to worry about writing up posts during the week. I've got a graphic novel review coming up, and beyond my weekly memes... I'm not sure. So next week will be a surprise.
Which leads me to a question? How do you guys blog? Do you write your posts ahead of time? The Night before? The morning of? Let me know, I'm interested to know.
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