This weekend is super busy. I'm writing this from my apartment; my summer class meets on campus tomorrow for one day since it's a mostly online class. This means I had to drive up to my campus apartment which is two hours away, and I will be driving back the same day the class meets. Then the next day, my younger brother graduates from high school. It does not seem like he is old enough to move out and go to college!
This week I finished Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater and of course jumped right into The Raven King. I am hoping to finish it this week and I would love to read two books this week. We'll see how that goes though.
I picked this classic up because it was at my library sale for two dollars and it's one I have been wanting to pick up for a while. It's a romantic thriller I do believe, let me know if you've read and enjoyed it.
This is a fictional account of Edna St. Vincent Millay, one of my all-time favorite poems. I haven't read anything by Robuck, but her other two novels featuring real literary figures as fictional characters have gotten a lot of praise so I think she will do Millay justice.
This one was super popular a while ago and I'm glad I found a cheap copy of it. It's a thriller and translated fiction.
I have this one out on loan as an ebook from my library. From what I have heard, this is a reimagining of Jane Eyre where the main character really enjoys the novel Jane Eyre and she murders people/ wants to murder people? Don't really know. I will link you to the vague but mysterious Goodreads synopsis.
Monday-Recently Read: Robin Archive vol. 1
Tuesday-Top Ten Tuesday: Poolside Reads
Thursday-The Intimidating TBR Tag!
Last Week's Wrap-Up
I have a review for Paula McLain's Circling the Sun planned, and hopefully I can get some of my draft posts that I have been meaning to type up for months now out of the draft pile into the post pile.
Stacking the Shelves Hosted by: http://tyngasreviews.com/
The Sunday Post Hosted by: http://caffeinatedbookreviewer.com/
What did you read this week?