Welcome to my weekly wrap up! I had a pretty good week. Miguel came home on Tuesday and slipping back into our daily routine was easy this time. I am so proud to have a man willing to sacrifice so much for his family. I love being able to stay home, although I am not as good at housekeeping as I like to think I am. Cooking is not my strong suit either, but I am willing to try new things. This week I made corned beef and cabbage. It turned out pretty good and all the left overs were gone by the next day.
I was able to get five books I planned on reading read and reviewed this week. I had to DNF a book I planned to read. It was hard to write author and tell her so. I will not be posting a DNF review post, because I think it might have been more me and less the book itself.
I did a video review this week and a wrap up video.
Fitness this week:
worked out 4x -40 mins each
Last week I posted:
Next week I plan to post:
Phenomenal by Leigh Ann Henion (i decided to dnf this title after making my wrap up video)
Finally! I am reading Cinder and starting to understand what all the hype was about. I have the rest of the series just waiting for me.
My Book Haul:
Thanks to Grand Central Publishing, St.Martin’s Press, and TLC Tours.
Tonight I put together the new Read This Round Up edition for tomorrow’s posting. If you want to have your reviews and/or giveaways added, please click this link and submit them. I am always happy to get bookish photo submission for the editions. They don’t have to be new photos, so long as you have the rights to them. In exchange for allowing us to post them you get credit and link backs on every site that plays along. Check out the photo submission page for more details.
The new edition posts on Monday, so any reviews that you want to add by Sunday will be included in the next edition.
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