Sunday, 20 July 2014

Weekly Wrap-Up (20/07/14)

The Sunday Post hosted @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer
It's Monday! hosted @ Book Journey

THIS WEEK ON MY BLOG:

Review: Darkness
Top Ten Favourite TV Shows
Waiting on Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld
Review: A Man Called Ove
Non-Fiction Review: Born Reading

WHAT I READ THIS WEEK:

I very much enjoyed this and I hope my library hurries up and gets the next book, Rebel Spring.

WHAT I AM READING NOW:




ADDITIONS TO MY TBR:
Stacking the Shevles hosted @ Tynga's Reviews





FOR REVIEW:


Funnily enough, I got approved for Afterworlds the day I posted it as my Waiting on Wednesday ;-)

FROM THE LIBRARY:

The third and final book in the fabulous Monument 14 trilogy

NEXT WEEK ON MY BLOG:

Review: The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains
Feature and Follow #7
Review: A Discovery of Witches
Weekly Wrap-Up

WHAT I PLAN TO READ NEXT:




IN REAL LIFE:

I have not been up to much this week, just more packing, running errands etc. 
Other than that I have been trying to teach myself how to play the piano, even though I don't have a piano ;) I signed up for a free course on coursera.com "Fundamentals of Music Theory" and already I am confused. Learning to read music is hard, but I will persevere.
Next week is a sad week, as it is the last that I will spend in this house. My family moved into this house back in the summer of 1989, when I was nine years old, so it is sad to have to move.

How has your week been?

8 comments:

  1. Nice assortment of books. I finished the Deborah Harkness trilogy this week and really liked it. I have also read all of Emmy Laybourne's series. I hope your move goes well. Come see what I got at Ms. Martin Teaches Media and Inside of a Dog. Happy reading!

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    1. Yeah the All Souls trilogy was a fun read and I am really liking the Monument 14 series a lot.

      Thanks for stopping by Kathy :-)

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  2. Oh that is sad, why do you have to move out?

    My new pretties :)

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    1. The house and garden is too big for just me and my sister and we need to be closer to town to make it easier to get jobs and so I can be closer to university.

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  3. Sorry to hear about the move, that sucks when you have to leave a place you love. Falling Kingdoms looks good, I like the cover on that one and on Savage drift too.

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    1. Yeah it si really sucky but it has to be done. The covers are great aren't they?

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  4. Great haul! Afterworlds sounds so good. I loved Scott Westerfeld's Uglies series. I hope you enjoy your books.
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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    1. I enjoyed the Uglies series too and I am hoping that Afterworlds will be just as good or better.

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