Weekly Wrap Up: January 25-29
I ended up having Monday off this week also due to the snow and ice we got last weekend! The kids had a half day Thursday and then today was Homecoming! So all in all, it was a pretty easy week!
Thanks to Teresa's Monday Must Listen, I am now officially addicted to Hamilton the musical. As in I drove 35 minutes to buy the soundtrack from Best Buy kind of obsessed. It has been the only thing I've listened to in days. And while I was trying to get kids to buy pizza today I told them we needed their Alexander Hamiltons. Please send help. Not really. I love it.
The end of the month is upon us tomorrow! As of when I was writing this post (yesterday), I had two books to finish to complete all my challenges for the month. I hope I can do it!
Monday: The Monday Musts: The Song of Achilles, Chris Stapleton, and SNOW!
Tuesday: Tasty Tuesday: Skillet Chicken Cordon Bleu
Wednesday: W...W...W...Wednesday: The Distance from A to Z, Boiling Point, The Unexpected Everything
REVIEW: Boiling Point by Tessa Bailey (3 stars)
Thursday: REVIEW: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (5 stars)
Friday: REVIEW: The Distance from A to Z by Natalie Blitt (3.5 stars)
Other Posts That Caught My Eye:
Christy and Erica over at Novel Ink are doing a Hunger Games: Bookish Edition and are looking for others to join the fun and sign up!
Grace over at Rebel Mommy Book Blog talks about how audiobooks changed her reading!
Nicole from Feed Your Fiction Addiction talks about Culling Your TBR (which I totally need to do!)
Nick and Nereyda both had great unique, review posts this week- Nereyda talks about the 10 Emotions You'll Experience While Reading Taylor Jenkins Reid's After I Do and Nick talks about the 3 Thoughts She Had While Reading the Mara Dyer trilogy.
Tonya from Lilybloombooks has done another Book Spine poetry post!
Sarah from What Sarah Read has her High Five feature with Huntley Fitzpatrick!
Bee from Quite the Novel Idea is talking about uncertain sequels and the suffering they bring!
Bookish SQUEE! of the Week:
A Tale of Two Cities retelling? *dies*
I cannot freaking wait to read this!