Sunday Weekly Wrap Up (55) & Stacking the Shelves (36)

Sunday weekly wrap up

  • First off — this post is a little late because I COMPLETELY forgot it was Sunday.
  • I also realized that we are getting to the end of March. March! Where has the time gone? Has all our missing time been sucked away into some alternate reality? And if so, how do I get there?
  • It’s still kinda hot here. IT’S AUTUMN. Why is it still hot!?
  • Autumn also presents several fantastic opportunities for photography . . . sooo, hopefully, I’ll have an autumn-themed post up soon.
  • I saw Insurgent this week! And you know what? I liked it. (I think I preferred the first one — but I thought the book-to-film changes were GOOD.)
  • Books read this week: We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach; Pure by Jennifer L. Armentrout; Ashes to Ashes by Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian; Bad Romeo by Leisa Rayven.

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  • Currently reading: Captive by Aimee Carter.


This is the meme where you can highlight books you’ve bought/borrowed/gifted/received for review. You can read more on the meme and how to get involved here!



  • Stolen Songbird by Danielle Jensen
  • Seventh Son by Joseph Delaney (Tie-in Edition)
  • There Here and Now by Ann Brashares


  • Ensnared by A.G Howard (!!!)
  • Monstrous Affections: An Anthology of Beastly Tales [edited] by Kelly Link
  • The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman

Posted this week —

Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Childhood (and Teen) Books I’d Like to Revisit

Thursday: Book Review: We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach

Here’s to a productive new week!


12 thoughts on “Sunday Weekly Wrap Up (55) & Stacking the Shelves (36)

  1. I swear it was the new year a second ago and now it’s Easter! How do the days go so fast? And this weather is crazy. The mornings are getting colder but the days are still hot, it makes deciding what to wear really hard.
    A lovely stack of books you got there, hope you enjoy them.

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