Weekly Wrap Up – September 10

This was a very long week. I had a few exhausting days at work (in which I took a moody toddler to the zoo, and then he refused to nap). I also had to completely scrap my masters thesis and start over. Yay! Good news: it’s much better. Bad news: I still have to write 4,000 words by tomorrow. If you hadn’t already guessed, this is going to be a pretty short post.

Obviously, I didn’t read very much this week, but I did still manage to finish one book. I listened to the audiobook of Felicia Day’s You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), and I LOVED it! It was so much more than I was expecting, and I honestly can’t say enough nice things about it. I will be doing a review soon (hopefully sometime this week, maybe).

Currently, I’m reading an ARC of The Guineveres by Sarah Domet. I’m not very far into it, but it’s interesting so far. This one comes out October 4th, so I’ll have a review up before then. I am also reading a book called Motions and Moments by Michael Pronko. It’s a series of essays about Pronko’s life in Tokyo, and I am actually really enjoying it. I also received this one for review, so I will have a review up on it soon.

I think that’s it for this week. Hopefully next week will be a bit more exciting, because I am planning on participating in the Diverseathon (a readathon dedicated to reading diverse books) – I will be posting my TBR and more information tomorrow.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! I’d love to hear what you’re reading this week, too.

P.S. I’m really proud of the post I published yesterday on the importance of diversity in books. If you haven’t already you can check it out here. Thanks!

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