Weekly Wrap Up November 26 – YA Gender-Bent Sherlock


I can’t believe this is the last weekly wrap up of November! This year is going by WAY too fast. These past few weeks have seemed to fly by, and I don’t know if I like it. I’m getting back into the swing of things after a difficult month, but my life is still kind of crazy right now. Which probably has something to do with the fact that I’m just over a month away from completing grad school. Hopefully, I’ll still be able to read a lot, but I do need to work on my thesis, because, right now, I am not really happy with it. And I don’t think it’s happy with me, either.

Still, I did read a book this week. I finished A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro, which I read for the Reading New England Challenge. Overall, I enjoyed it, though I did have some issues with it. I will have a review up soon (possibly Monday), so keep an eye out for that if you’re interested.

I am still working on Victoria: The Queen, which is really, really good. It’s just long. And I can only take so much biography at a time. I really need to finish it soon, though, so expect a review in the next couple of weeks. I also started reading Gemina by Amie Kaufmann and Jay Kristof this week, and am hoping to finish it later today.

Sorry this post is a little late, I went to a Gilmore Girls revival party last night, and we didn’t finish watching until 2 am. But it was so, so worth it! Have you watched the new episodes yet? What did you think (no spoilers please)?

Have a great weekend!

8 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap Up November 26 – YA Gender-Bent Sherlock

      1. That’s a really good question. I’m not inclined to get ASAP, but if I see it doing well among other reviewers, I might jump on it. Sherlock Holmes retellings have a lot to prove to really capture my attention! 😛

        – Lashaan

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  1. Congrats on nearly completing grad school! What’s your thesis on? I remember mine felt like this horrid pile but once I just plowed through it and got it done it was fine. And reading it now, it’s not nearly as bad as I thought it was.

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    1. Thanks! I’m doing my masters in English and creative writing, so my thesis is actually a novel. I’d rather be writing a research paper, because that’s more in my comfort zone, though. I just turned in a section I hated and got my highest grade so far, so obviously I have no idea what I’m doing haha. I’m sure I’ll like it better after it’s all over.


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