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This is my final week of vacation and I am reading and writing reviews at a break-neck pace (for me). I had to work one day this week and I have been getting up early in preparation for school to begin. While coffee is helping, I have a hard time getting up early. But, I am excited to see my colleagues and the kids next week!
Read This Week:
Wow, these were some amazing reads this week! I will be coming out with reviews of these books soon, but both The Cat King Of Havana and Tell Me Something Real were amazing!
I am so happy that I got these approvals this week. I especially looking forwards to reading The Bone Witch.
For Blog Tours:
This was an incredible book! There is music, travel, cyber-intrigue, and family drama. I can't wait to share my review of this book.
From The Library:
Americanah is a book I am reading for the African Literature Book Club on GoodReads. I had to wait a while to get the book from the library, but it was worth it. I'm about 25% into it and it is really beautiful. Rick Riodan's The Trials of Apollo is another fun book by the master of middle-grade fiction.
My rest of my order from Book Depository finally arrived and I couldn't be more pleased. I now have the complete four book set of the Clara Vine series. I just need to make the time to read this series. Oh, the dilemma!
Freebies for Kindle:
I am really happy that I am finding these free books on Amazon.
What books did you get this week? Which ones are you most excited about? Let's talk!