It’s Monday, which means it is time again to hook up with the dedicated readers of the Book Date Blog and start talking about the kinds of things we’re all currently reading. I read a couple of things last week that I am working on reviews for. I have a bunch of posts I need to edit, because I am still on the mend, it’s been pretty crazy.
It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?
It’s Monday, which means it is time again to hook up with the dedicated readers of the Book Date Blog and start talking about the kinds of things we’re all currently reading. I read a couple of things last week that I am working on reviews for… And I also waited until the last minute to read my comic book club pick for this month.
Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading… Please visit the site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome. This is what i have planned to read this week:
All of these books are ARC copies I’ve received from publishers in exchange for my honest review.
I was a bad, bad girl…
Okay, not really. Despite having a lot of TBR books, every so often you find a good deal–just like I did here. I missed out on a Study In Charlotte on sale at Target last week, but Amazon still had the sale–a great paperback for under $6? I am SOLD! And, of course, in order to get the Prime Shipping I had to pick up a few more things.
Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading… Please visit the site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome.
I am so happy that I was able to finish Micro late last night.
Business, The Carrie Green Way: A Review of She Means Business
Carrie Green takes an honest and welcoming approach to the traditional business book. She lays out her successes, her failures and everything in between in She Means Business. It should be considered required reading for anyone interested in an entreprenurial life, though females may take the most away from the novel, as Carrie is an everywoman–she has all the struggles we all tend to have.
Finally Comic Friday: Archie Volume 2
GothamGal is a devoted comic fan. Reading comics from an early age (TinTin, Archie, Katie Keene and much more), she has recently revisited her old interest and is branching out into the streets of unread comics and graphic novels! While she favors DC Comics, Marvel is slowly winning her over—but Vertigo, Image and IDW have so many new things to offer,
A Trip to Remember: Sara Benincasa’s DC Trip
I have had a longtime love affair with Washington DC. I’ve been there 3 or 4 times and each time I consider moving there–until I remember the insane summer heat and the chilling cold of winter. And the awesomeness of the museums is offset by the craziness of the political realm–you really have to LOVE it to live there.
Alicia Deats is a new teacher.
At Court: A Review of Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Thorns and Roses
Feyre works hard to keep her disabled father and two older sisters fed and taken care of. She sets snares and uses her archery skills to get animals they can eat. She sells the skins in town, for what meager coins she can get. And she tries to hide the money from the sister that is most likely to spend it on new clothes she doesn’t need.
Who You Gonna Call?: Ghostbusters (2016) Novelization
When a book she’s tried to hide sees the light of day (and threatens her tenure), Dr. Erin Gilbert seeks out her old friend and partner, Abby Yates, in the hopes to persuade the woman to take the book off Amazon. However, a chance encounter with a possible haunted location (and associated paranormal encounter which PROVES their book’s highly contested theory) brings the girls together.