Weekly Review – Sunday, July 28, 2013

So… I slacked off on the reading a bit this week. I got a new {to me} laptop, so after The Boy goes to bed at night I’ve been playing with that instead of reading. Whoops! But I’ll be back on track soon, I’m sure. We had one of The Boy’s friends stay with us for a couple of days this week and I sold some items on Craigslist, so not only were things C.R.A.Z.Y. around here, but he got to weasel his way out of Reading Time for three days in a row. For shame, for shame. I guess I’ve been dropping the ball all over the place, haven’t I? And I dare to call myself a Reader! Pshaw! Well, here’s what I did manage to read this week:

Books I read this week:

Book I’m currently in the middle of:

Books I reviewed this week:

Upcoming reviews for the week of July 29, 2013:

OK, so Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer is so amazingly fantabulous! It is definitely high on my list of Favorites of 2013, and I believe quite possibly on my list of Favorite Books Ever. People: please, please, please read this book. I will be posting a review in a couple of weeks in which I sing its virtues further, but suffice it to say – you do not want to miss out on this experience. Earlier in the week I turned into a total sap and got all weepy over Me Before You; Tell the Wolves I’m Home was very moving as well. Confederates in the Attic – what can I say? There are some real nutcases out there, that is fo sho. I’ve got some interesting books on the horizon for the coming week, so I’m looking forward to that. As a matter of fact, I’d better get my bum in gear and get to work right now… Laters, y’all!

Did you find time to read this week?

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