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It's been two weeks since my last Sunday Post and I'm so bummed I missed last week! But the previous week had been so hectic and exhausting that by the time Sunday rolled around I just didn't have it in me to post... or do much of anything. :) I totally vegged last Sunday and it was fabulous. Note to self: mental health days are highly underrated.
So, a quick update from the last *two* weeks: week before last included an unexpected trip to NC for a funeral. My sister-in-law's mother passed away and though I had never met her, my husband had known her since childhood and we went to be there for my sister-in-law (who is simply one of the best people walking this earth). It was a long three days but I'm glad we were there.
The day after we returned was an event I'd been excited about for months: Sassy in Jacksonville. I was there solely to see Krista & Becca Ritchie and it ended up being one of the best days ever. I also met up with my oh-so-wonderful friend Sarah (from Words With Sarah) and it was fantastic to see her again. I'll do a separate post on the event soon but suffice it to say: It. Was. Awesome.
This past week was a lot less eventful and it was actually nice to get back to the office and a regular routine. My only complaint these days is that summer is in full effect here in Florida and I'm about ready to hibernate until Thanksgiving. The heat and humidity are doing me in... and it's only June. It's going to be a looong summer. *fans self*
Finished: The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Loved, loved, loved it. JLA is one of my go-to authors and she truly out-did herself with this one. It was emotional and heartfelt and I was completely invested.
The Way I Used to Be by Amber Smith
I listened to this on audio which is something I very rarely do. I'm typically not a fan of audio books but downloaded this one on a whim and...wow. So powerful and so good. This one truly made an impact on me.
Current: The Edge of Juniper by Lora Richardson
Lora contacted me recently to read and review her new YA contemporary (which releases today!). I just finished it earlier today and I enjoyed it so, so much. This is *exactly* what I want in a YA contemporary and I'll be recommending this one to anyone who will listen. :)
Back to Us - Teresa Roman
Last Will and Testament - Dahlia Adler
Slammed - Colleen Hoover
Adorkable - Cookie O-Gorman
Written on My Heart - Cole Gibsen
The Nightingale - Kristin Hannah
How was your week? Any new books? Any news to share?
Fill me in... I'd love to hear!