Hey everyone! Back with another Sunday Post update, via Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s been a LONG time since I did a Sunday Post, but I’d like to get back into it regularly as a way to wrap up. I’m totally patterning mine off of Kimberly’s, at least for now.
I’m demanding a recount…of the days allotted to May. I was promised 31 days and I’m pretty sure I only received about 10. I start my summer class – organic chemistry (EEEEEK!!!) – tomorrow. Someone please explain how that happened. My brain is not sufficiently recovered from the past semesters. On the bright side, I’ve discovered that I actually know two people who will be in class with me, which makes me extremely happy.
Since all the complaining I can do will NOT roll back the calendar on May, I did a quick count and I managed to finish quite a few books for May!
- 12 physical copy books
- 5 e-books
- 1 audiobook
TOTAL: 18 books
That has to be some kind of record for me. Pretty happy about that. I’m at 70 books for the year, which is FABULOUS for me. I have no idea how the rest of the year will go but I am very happy with the books I’ve read so far.
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Weekly Dose of Adorableness
Last Week on Blog
- The Burning Chambers – historical fiction review
- No Place Like Here – YA contemporary review
- Can’t Wait Wednesday #6 – All Eyes on Us
- Two Like Me and You – YA contemporary review
Next Week on the Blog
- Stepsister – YA fantasy review
- The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek – historical fiction review
- Can’t Wait Wednesday #7
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Around the Blogosphere
I was absolutely HORRIBLE about blog hopping this week! If you saw something really awesome in the book world, leave me a link in the comments! <3
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