Saturday, September 12, 2015

Weekly Wrap-Up: Back to a Schedule

What's New:
I've been getting back into the swing of things this week, and I'm really enjoying the large amount of online classes I have. My first two years of college I had a majority of online classes and I really enjoyed them, but last year I only had one so it's nice to get back to making my own schedule (and sleeping in in the morning.) Not a lot of action on the reading field this week, but that's to be expected now with the new semester. The weather is starting to cool down, which is great because my apartment doesn't have air conditioning!

What I Bought:
Nothing this week!

What I Read:
I finally finished my audio-book of Tess of the D'ubervilles by Thomas Hardy!  I wound up really enjoying this novel, and I have already started to watch the newest BBC mini-series. My thoughts on both will be coming up soon. I also continued to read my various school readings, and Everything I Never Told by Celste Ng.


What I Posted:
Monday- I posted my answers for the Liebster Award!
Tuesday- I posted ten finished series that I still need to finish (and in most cases start)
Wednesday- was a Theme Spotlight about books with a unique form
Thursday- I showed you the Last Three Books I've have added to my TBR

Last Week's Wrap-up (and lots of love for Halsey's new album)

What's Next:
Monday- I was nominated for the Sister's of the World Blogger Award!
Tuesday- TTT: Freebie
Wednesday- Review of The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan
Thursday- I'll show you what I'm reading for school this semester (well the fun stuff anyway)

Stacking the Shelves Hosted by:Tyngas Reviews
The Sunday Post Hosted by: The Caffeinated Book Reviewer  

How is school going for you guys? What have you read this week?


  1. Great books for you this week! Lots of pretty covers on them. I hope you enjoy them!
    Britt @ Spare Time book blog
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  2. Online classes are great, makes it so much more convenient. And a Riordan review- I'll have to stop for that as I'd like to read some reviews of his stuff. they are on my list to get to- one of these days. :)

    1. I really love online classes, and I don't know why they get such a bad rep. The Riordan review I have scheduled isn't all too glowing, but I do enjoy his books as a whole.
      Thanks for stopping by Greg!

  3. Hope your classes go well. I started the Celeste Ng book but didn't finish it. Wonder how you will like it.

    1. Thanks! I really enjoyed Ng's book!
      Thanks for stopping by!