Week in Review: September 13

missprintweekreviewThis week on the blog you can check out:

This was a fun blog week as I got to talk about one of my favorite September releases Lock & Mori AND interview Heather W. Petty about it. I also have some fun stuff for Tonight the Streets Are Ours and you can check the block next week for my review of that and Walk on Earth a Stranger (two of my favorite books I read this summer).

Work has been really productive but I haven’t been sleeping all that well (and I worked Saturday) so it was a long week. I wish it would start to feel autumnal already too. Enough with the heat wave!

It was a really good week for mail too!

I’m really excited my Secret Sister “Claudia Kishi” sent me Never Never! When I plan the backlist component of my October reading I am hoping to fit in that one and Alias Hook (which my Secret Sister from the last round, Krystal, gifted me). (I rotate my books that I read through categories: backlist, committee, for review and BEA so backlist just means a book I own that isn’t an unpublished ARC.)

I’ve been on a reading tear this week getting through Dreamstrider, Blood Red Road, Dumplin’ and a good chunk of Unmade. They’ve been a mixed bag so you’ll just have to watch for my reviews to see what’s what.

If you want to see how my month in reading is shaking out be sure to check out my September Reading Tracker.

How was your week?

2 thoughts on “Week in Review: September 13

  1. Your secret sister is Claudia Kishi!? Well, consider me jealous! I looooved The Baby-Sitters Club! My friends and I were basically obsessed. Like, it was almost as bad as my Hunger Games obsession. Anyway, Never Never and The Weight of Feathers look good! Sorry you haven’t been sleeping well- hope it gets better! (Though, I’m going to pass on the fall weather for now ;) )

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