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Hello! It's been two weeks since my last Sunday Post and I totally lay all the blame on WORK. This is always my busiest time of year, this two week period around the end of November and early December, and I always find myself just working to keep my head above water. And, unfortunately, everything else suffers in the meantime. Hence the sound of crickets here on the blog. :) I did manage two (super quick) posts but I haven't been able to visit a single blog in over a week. My inbox is exploding with notifications. Hopefully by next weekend I'll start to see the light and can get caught up - because I miss catching up with everyone's posts!
For those who celebrate Thanksgiving, I hope you had a great day with family or friends. We spent the day at my parent's house and I loved the time with them and my sisters. Since then I've been hibernating as much as possible - trying to decompress after a seriously stressful, albeit short, week at work and avoiding the Black Friday/shopping madness at all costs. How about you... do you go for the Black Friday shopping?
It took me a little while to get into Fire In You but once I did I enjoyed it so much. (I don't think it was the book, more like I was feeling a bit slumpy.) And even though I read (well, listened to) Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda just last month, I was already ready for a re-read. Definitely one of my favorites of the year!
Fire In You (Wait For You #6) - Jennifer L. Armentrout
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (Audio) - Becky Albertalli
Our Chemical Hearts - Krystal Sutherland
Jet (Audio) - Jay Crownover
*From my November Bookworm Box*
I already own The Lovely Reckless but now I have a signed version which is always awesome.
I'm not familiar with J.S. Scott or the Sinclair series but it looks interesting. Has anyone heard of this one?
The Lovely Reckless - Kami Garcia
No Ordinary Billionaire - J.S. Scott
Too Late - Colleen Hoover
Knight of Ocean Avenue - Tara Lain
Race the Darkness - Abbie Roads
How was your week? Any new books? Any news to share?
You know I want to hear about it! :)