Sunday Post

The Sunday Post #7 | May 24, 2020

Hey friends!

Happy Sunday everyone. I hope you all had a great week.

This was a weird week for me. I had a lot of non-internet things going on this week, resulting in my not uploading nearly as much I usually do. I’ll be updating everyone more next week as to what’s going on, but it may lead to some irregular uploads in the coming weeks (though I’m trying to avoid that as much as possible!).

But rambling aside, let’s talk about what was on the blog this week!


I am excited to start doing the Weekly Post. This meme was created by Caffeinated ReviewerΒ and is a place recap the previous week, share book hauls/exciting finds, and hint at some posts to come later in the week.

The Recap

Here are the posts that were uploaded this past week:

Desperate Measures by Katee Robert

Learn My Lesson by Katee Robert

The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

Here are the videos that went up on my YouTube channel this week:

Reading Vlog [May 10th – 17th]

Books Hauled This Week:

I just had two NetGalley requests come in:

The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jansen – This one looks so cute! I’m hoping to read it soon for a secret TBR!

Maya and the Rising Dark by Rena Barron – I didn’t love Kingdom of Souls by this author, but this middle grade sounds so cute! I’m hoping to get to more middle grades this year as Gavin has introduced me to some that sound really good.

What’s on the Schedule for the Upcoming Week

This week I’m super focused on trying to finish the last 3 books I have for the Wheel of TBR. I want to film my June TBR a bit earlier this month and so I’m hoping I can finish these and get that out. I also have a couple more ebooks I’m hoping to read/finish this week as well.

Due to some of the stuff I’m doing this week, I’m not sure how much time I will have for physically(/digitally) reading, but I have a bunch of audiobooks I’m hoping to start to balance that out. I’m also planning a lot of content for the first couple weeks of June as that’s when my schedule will be disrupted the most.

What are some things you have planned for the upcoming week?

Let me know below!

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