It seems I sort of dropped the ball for the second part of last week. Sorry about that. My son starts school this week so we spent a lot of time doing last minute summer things. And now it seems we're all ready for school to start! I'm trying not to freak out about him being gone all day this year, but I'm sure the first week or so will be difficult. And maybe with just one kid at home during the day, I'll be able to get some more reading and blogging done! But not likely. I'm sure she'll be even more demanding of my attention once her live-in playmate is gone all day. But still, I think we're all getting a little excited about school. For now, lets get one with the wrap-up post. (It'll probably be a little light due to the lack of posts last week.)
I wrote a Top Ten Tuesday post, finally! Last week's topic was Top Ten Book Romances That You Think Would Make It In The Real World (outside the book). I loved the topic! It's interesting to think about your favorite book couples making it out in the real world, experiencing real world problems.
On Wednesday, my August New Release Giveaway post went up. The giveaway hop is hosted by Book Twirps and open through midnight on August 31st. Go enter for your chance to win one of the four new releases in the post!
Between finishing the Summer Wrap-Up Read-a-thon last Sunday and enjoying the last bit of summer, I stepped back a little bit from reading too. But I did read Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas because it came in for me at the library and how could I leave it just sitting there?
Top Ten Tuesday this week is the Top Ten Favorite Books You've Read During The Lifespan Of Your Blog. I might have a hard time narrowing the list to ten, but I'm interested in looking back to where I was when I started.
I'll be posting my review of Every Day by David Levithan later this week.
Hopefully I'll also get my Waiting on Wednesday post ready and another installment of Kindle Book Deals up.
I'm looking to finish The Mine by John A Heldt. I know I'm still on it and I'm actually enjoying it, so I'm not sure why it's taking me so long. Then I think I'll start Henry Franks by Peter Adam Salomon.
That's all I've got for this wrap-up. Thanks to everyone for sticking around!