Sunday Post

Laura 10 June, 2012 Uncategorized 4 comments

A day in the life…

It’s been a busy week. I’ve hardly gotten any reading done, but I have gotten to sing with some wonderful people at Central Alabama Pride and hang out with old friends. It was so much fun. I hope this week can be just a bit calmer though. We have book club Tuesday and I have yet to read either book. Oh noes! Hopefully, I can finish at least one of them before then. I also bought myself a zero gravity lounge chair. I’m so excited because I’ve been wanting something like that to enjoy my books in the sunshine on the weekends. Maybe I can get a little bit of a tan.

In case you missed it…

I posted plenty of posts for Armchair BEA, though I wasn’t able to finish out the week because I got busy. Here are my reviews for the week: Kimi ni Todoke, Vol 1, New Year’s Kiss, Wicked Desires, and The Alpha Alternative. And be sure to check out my Top 10 Inspirational Characters. I loved writing that post.

Make sure you drop in…

This week I’m going to review Welcome, Caller, This is Chloe and One for the Money. I’m also going to recommend some beach reads and talk about audiobooks.

Getting through that TBR…

Last week I read Welcome, Caller, This is Chloe. I’m still working on One for the Money and a couple of others that I‘m reading slowly. Not sure what ebook I’m reading next, but my next print book will be Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols. So excited!

Feeding my addiction…

IMG_20120609_210839My shelf additions this week are Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols, Soulbound by Heather Brewer, and Hos, Hookers, Call Girls, and Rent Boys by David Henry Sterry.

Check it out…

I had almost no time to read or search around the internet, which means I have nothing cool for you to check out. It also means I have a lot of catching up to do.

In the news…

Read above.


About Laura

Hi there! I'm Laura Ashlee. I'm a Library Media Specialist at a high school. I'm an avid reader and an edtech dork. Here, I post critical reviews of books I've read (mostly YA). I also post about some of my favorite tech tools and what kind of work I'm doing at the high school.

4 Responses to “Sunday Post”

  1. kimbacaffeinate

    I didn’t know you sing..i am glad you had a wonderful time..even if you didn’t get to read. I am looking forward to your upcoming reviews this week, and am off to check out the ones i missed last week. Have an awesome week and thanks for being a part of The Sunday Post

  2. Heidi

    I love my zero gravity chair and it is perfect for outside reading, now I just need some sun here in Oregon to enjoy it! I am curious about the Echols books, I hope it is a good read. Have a great week!

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