Weekly Review – Sunday, August 4, 2013

Mr. Bubbles

Well, y’all, tragedy dropped in at the Pathologically Literate Household this week. Poppie and The Boy went to the Lancaster County Super-Fair on Friday, where The Boy won himself a goldfish {spending $20 at the Ball Toss in the process!}. Yes, Mr. Bubbles was a mighty fine goldfish – for the entire 1.45 hours he lived in our home. Yes, you heard me right, y’all – at 9:54 PM on Friday, August 2, 2013, Mr. Bubbles passed on from this world. At his side were Poppie, The Boy, and Ruby. It was a sorrowful affair, where many tears were shed {The Boy is a tad sensitive}. Burial has not yet been scheduled; until such time, Mr. Bubbles will currently reside in the Pathologically Literate Freezer. Please send donations to Goldfish Sanctuary in lieu of flowers.

Books I read this week:

Book I’m currently in the middle of:

Books I reviewed this week:

Upcoming reviews for the week of August 5, 2013

A couple of the books I read this week were ho-hum, and a couple were really great. I really loved The Enchanted Life of Adam Hope. I laughed out loud at Her Royal Spyness – I can’t wait to read further into that series. The Lost Husband was a nice read, as well. The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D. seemed a little… pointless, if you know what I mean. I just never really felt the story, you know? Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power was quite interesting, as well as quite loooong and a little dry in places. I’m looking forward to the books I have lined up for the coming week, as well as the books I’m reviewing over the coming week. They’re all great books. Read ‘em and weep, y’all.

Did you find time to read this week? Tell us about your book(s)!

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