You may notice that this post is being uploaded in a time that’s not my usual spot. Or you may not notice. Either way, it’s because I’ve been without internet for almost TWO DAYS. I know, it’s a tragedy. So I couldn’t upload a post at all for Saturday. So what happened this week?
– So much school stuff again. We’re nearing the end of term but I still have like four assessment tasks left. It’s crazy. So I’m spending my time writing practise essays for Antony and Cleopatra and collecting questionnaires for Society and Culture.
– Other than all my lovely books, there’s not much else to tell you! So let’s go straight there.
Stacking the Shelves is a book meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual.
These are divided into…
Razorhurst by Justine Larbalestier thanks to Allen and Unwin
Flirty Dancing by Jenny McLachlan, Searching for Sky by Jillian Cantor, and Apple and Rain by Sarah Crossan thanks to Bloomsbury
Three of these were very welcome surprises. Especially Apple and Rain, which came like this…
Well, at least they warned us! 🙂
I also got Breaking Butterflies by M. Anjelais thanks to Scholastic Australia – sorry for the awful photo, this one arrived later in the week and so isn’t in the stack. The Minnow is also in my “stack” photo, because last Stacking the Shelves I forgot to include it!
FROM THE LIBRARY
Hold Still by Nina LaCour, The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder, Hate is Such a Strong Word by Sarah Ayoub and Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson. Again, sorry for the dodgy photography!
So there you go! Those are my additions this week. Some weeks I get none, some weeks I get…quite a lot. It’s crazy. I edited all these photos using PicMonkey, which is so so so helpful (since my photography skills are nonexistent).
BOOKS READ SINCE LAST WEEK
Fairyland was awesome, and Hate was really interesting to read, if a bit angsty. I’ll be reviewing it next week sometime!
LOVING this so far!
This looks SO AMAZING – it’s one of the ones I requested, and I’ve heard lots of good things about it. Side note: I seem to be reading a lot of blue books recently. That’s quite odd.
GIF OF THE WEEK
Also, if you don’t already watch Sherlock, you’re missing out.
POSTS THIS WEEK
That’s all for this week! Tomorrow I’m attending PTALive Sydney with some awesome Sydney bloggers, and I can’t wait! It’s going to be so awesome 🙂