Week in Review: September 16

missprintweekreviewThis week on the blog you can check out:

Backdating this again–I should probably just set them to post on Mondays instead.

This week I got to go to School Library Journal’s Day of Dialog in Brooklyn which was a lot of fun. I also went to the launch event for Jodi Meadows’ new book Before She Ignites and got my paperbacks of The Orphan Queen and The Mirror King signed. I finally read The Orphan Queen and really liked it . . . but I finished the book on the subway this morning and don’t have The Mirror King with me so my next book is going to be The Empress (not a bad trade off).

I haven’t been very good about my writing goals or taking my MediaBistro courses. But I did clean my desk and list some things for sale on eBay as well as reorganizing my bags/purses and books (shocker: I have too many).

With those things under control I feel like I’ll be more ready to establish other routines moving forward. Monday is a bit too hectic but I’m hoping I can start doing the courses at lunch. Wish me luck!

Here’s my latest from Instagram:

If you 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? What are you reading?

Let’s talk in the comments.

2 thoughts on “Week in Review: September 16

  1. I really enjoyed the Jodi Meadows books! Great stuff. My library ordered them as ebooks, which is always a great way to discover new faves.

    Love the Bookstagrams! I am so out of my depth with that but they look wonderful. :D

    1. Thank you Sarah! I feel out of depth myself with Bookstagram most of the time :P

      If you like historical fiction, definitely make sure you library orders Speak Easy, Speak Love to check out!

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