This wasn’t a bad week. I took Monday off work. Having an extra day off gave me some extra time to read which was wonderful. One Wednesday, I learned that my co-worker’s wife has Covid. He had of course been at work on Tuesday with me and even came in for just a little bit after learning his wife was positive (which I was not happy about). So now I am worried that every little thing could be the first symptom of Covid. Can we just be done with this pandemic already?
The only thing I wanted to do this week was read. I guess that is an okay problem for a book blogger to have. I had planned to work on comments a couple of nights but ended up sticking my nose in a book instead. I was super excited this week to move my NetGalley ratio up by a percentage point. I have to read 6 or 7 books without downloading any to get any movement these days. Hopefully, I can get it to keep going up this year.
It has been really cold this week which made leaving the house somewhat miserable. There were a few of our daily dog walks that were almost painful. I know that it could be a lot colder but I am a wimp when it comes to cold weather. Is it spring yet?
How was your week?
What I’m Reading
I was able to finish 5 books this week! I started the week out reading Such a Pretty Smile by Kristi DeMeester which I liked but didn’t love. I listened to The Vault of Dreamers by Caragh M. O’Brien enjoyed much of it but wasn’t thrilled by the ending. I absolutely loved The Deal by Elle Kennedy and can’t believe that I waited so long to pick it up. I then picked up the audiobook for an older review book that has been lingering on my shelves for years, Do or Die by Suzanne Brockmann. I had the house to myself yesterday so I sat down and read the upcoming book in the Kelley Armstrong’s Rockton series, The Deepest of Secrets.
I have just started listening to Lethal Lies by Rebecca Zanetti. I am looking forward to finally continuing with this series and I will be able to cross another older review book from my list which is a big plus.
Hunt the Stars by Jessie Mihalik (NetGalley)
Favorite Instagram Post of the Week
What books do you add to your shelves this week?