Weekly Wrap Up – January 26

It’s been a very long week. Which you might have guessed from my lack of posts (or if you follow me on Twitter). Everything has been kind of crazy, which means I’ve had almost no time – or energy – for reading. But I did finish one book this week and started a few others. […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – January 19

It’s been another week, which means it’s time for another weekly wrap up! This week was actually kind of a great reading week. I finished three books, one of which was on my 2020 Reading List, and two of which were five-star reads! The first book I finished this week was a big one: Benjamin […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – January 12, 2020

It’s the first weekly wrap up of 2020! This has been a very long week. I’ve had a fairly slow start to my reading this year, so I need to pick that up this week. So far I have finished two books this year (both ARCs), so let’s talk about them! The first book I […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – December 22

I seriously cannot comprehend that it is this close to being the end of the year. It’s fine. I can totally get everything done on time. Side note: this may or may not be the last weekly wrap up of the year (I know there’s one more Sunday left in 2019, but I might fit […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – December 15

It’s bad enough we’re in the last month of the year, but now that’s halfway over. Time is going by way too fast and I have too many books to read! But let’s talk about the books I actually did read this week. First, I finished Devil on the Cross by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o. I […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – December 8

This week, I definitely did not read as much as I planned to. But I am 100% blaming The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (season three was amazing, and yes, I finished it already). But I still had a pretty good reading week, and there are still books to talk about. So let’s talk about them! The […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – November 24

It’s the last wrap up of November, which is kind of insane. I have been doing so much planning getting ready for next month (I will be posting every day in December, so get ready) and starting to plan for next year, but I am not ready. However, we can pretend none is happening, because […]

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