I am combining two wonderful weekly features: Stacking The Shelves hosted by Team Tynga's Reviews, and Sunday Post, hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer. These are great ways to find new blogs to explore and follow. I love blog hopping and looking at all the wonderful books people are excited about each week.
Personal Stuff:I got tons of reading done this week! I am still under pressure to hurry up and read all these books, but I am really trying to sit and enjoy the reading experience.
I have also been playing Pokemon Go with my daughter, which has been really fun. I think I prefer Geocaching, as it has more challenging mind games, but spending time with my kid is great.
Today is our Wedding Anniversary! We will be celebrating it by going to a cool authentic English pub in Muir Beach! They have Guinness beer on tap, which is worlds away from the canned kind, so I am really looking forward to a leisurely lunch. A special lunch may not be that exciting, but since I will be with my guy, it will be.
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Read This Week:
I enjoyed all of the books I read this week, but my favorite was Fire Falling. The Air Awakens series is my current obsession! I have now finished the first two books and just love it! I don't know why I hadn't read them before, but I am so glad because now I don't have to wait months or years for the next parts (one of the advantages of waiting until the end to jump on the bandwagon).
Who doesn't love Bill Murray! I'm excited to read this. The Romantics also looks like a lot of fun.
I'm so glad I get some of ARC from NetGalley, so now I need to hurry up and read them!
For Irish Banana's Blog Tour:
This looks like a very fun book! I'll be reviewing it near the end of the summer, just in time for Halloween.
From The Library:
I got Lost Cat because I saw the author, Caroline Paul, at the Bay Area Book Festival and I adore cats. It's a quick read and I loved it.
I am embarrassed to say, but I put a hold on the audiobook of Ink and Bone, thinking it was the novel by Rachel Caine. I was going to delete it, but after checking the description on GoodReads, this Ink and Bone, by Lisa Unger, actually looks really interesting. I think I will give it a go!
What books did you get this week? Which ones are you most excited to read? Let me know in the comments.
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