We link to Stacking the Shelves (hosted by Tynga’s Reviews), Bought, Borrowed & Bagged (hosted by Talk Supe Blog), The Sunday Post (hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer) and occassionally Latte Nights Obsessions (hosted by Latte Nights Reviews).
I’ve been on summer break since June and will be starting the next school year… in one week… Can you hear my screams?
Since summer began, I’ve been in my native country. I can honestly say that nothing makes me happier than being back home. That said, you can imagine the tantrum I threw when my mother called on Tuesday to remind me that I have one week left before returning to the U.S. and starting school. I have no shame announcing that I’ve done everything in my power to delay my return and the start of school. I have one week left and nothing is going to stop me from going nuts with it; I’m having a road trip to different cities with my cousins, I’m attending two music festivals, I’m going to shop until I drop, and I’ll refuse to acknowledge that school is just around the corner.
Also, I’ve been so, so, so busy yet happy this week in the book blogging community. One of my closest friends wanted to start a book blog and asked me if I could set everything up. It took effort and time but I’m proud to say I designed a whole blog myself (with the help of WordPress, of course), woohoo! Please go check out Laura’s new & awesome book blog and welcome her to the blogosphere.
a bit obsessed with my native country. Here are some pictures of its beauty!
this week’s stack of pretties (links lead to Goodreads)
Didn’t really make any purchases this week so I thought I’d give you a heads up on books awaiting my review on Deadly Darlings.
- C.J. thought The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley by Shaun David Hutchinson was worth 3 stars.
- C.J. recommended diverse books by diverse authors.
- Aimee reviewed What You Left Behind by Jessica Verdi and absolutely adored it!
- Aimee hated Never Always Sometimes by Adi Alsaid and may have ranted a bit.
awesome posts from around the blogosphere
- Emily lists 10 teen movies that would make great YA books.
- Mishma talks about her bookish turnoffs.
- Cait shares the secrets to her book blogging life.
- Laura introduces herself with 20 facts.
- Inge rated Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella 3 stars.
What books did you get this week?
I’m Sara, a Colombian teenager with a never-ending enjoyment for reading. I’m a Netflix and Disney enthusiast and my monumental obsession is coffee.