So, maybe August wasn’t as great as July. It still wasn’t bad! I listened to 2 audiobooks, read 4 books and ticked off two more categories for my PopSugar Challenge. It also includes more re-reading than usual, but I’ve already admitted to that so. There you have it. Somehow I am still 2 books behind in my Goodreads reading challenge (I want to read 100, I’ve read 65), but I hope to pick those up soon!
HEY GUYS LOOK! A weekly wrap up! On … Tuesday. And only with Michaela’s face. I had a really good reason for this, I swear, and I’ll be talking about that next Monday. Anyways! It’s also like one of our shortest wrap ups to date so you can enjoy that.
- Michaela’s Review of Girls in the Garden by Lisa Jewell
- Gretchen’s From the Notebook: Are Genres False Labels?
If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time, you know that Bibliomancy for Beginners has been fighting over what book series we were going to do for the second season of Nostalgia Junkie: His Dark Materials or So You Want to be a Wizard. If you missed the first season, Nostalgia Junkie is a special series where we read books from our childhoods as adults, and last year we did the entire ten books of the Pendragon series by DJ MacHale.
We finally closed the poll for season 2, and here’s the announcement video!
Michaela totally had this video on time this week, guys. I just didn’t post it. I graduated yesterday and also came back home, so I’ve been all over the place this weekend. However, here it is for the blog, finally!
- Gretchen’s Review of A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
- Michaela’s Monday Musing on How to Review a Book in Translation
Super late posting on my part, but Michaela and I have put together an announcement for the fourth season of Bibliomancy for Beginners. We’ve got six books and two themed months coming at you this summer, PLUS a poll that we REALLY need you to vote in to decide the subject of our next Nostalgia Junkie series. HELP US OUT!
Goodreads poll: https://www.goodreads.com/poll/list/153132-bibliomancy-for-beginners?type=group
Yes, I totally did mention that I was going to review Sarah J. Maas’s new book today. And there were no Thesis Thursday wrap up yesterday. Uh. Guys, it’s finals week. I’m a little busier than I thought I’d be BUT there is only one paper between me and freedom AND I did manage to get around to picking the winner of the Fingerprints of You giveaway:
This lovely lady will be getting the prize pack of fabulous swag and a signed book from Kristen-Paige Madonia … as soon as I can get around to sending that email out. If you didn’t win, don’t worry! You can still check out the great interview Kristen-Paige let me do and follow those links to buy that book AND Kristen-Paige’s newly released Invisible Fault Lines!
Hey guys! Sadly, there is neither a “what we read” section to this post nor a video. This is a text only wrap up post, due to the fact that Michaela and I are (technically) currently on hiatus. Michaela left for vacation a few days ago, and she is without time or internet to commit to things such as videos. BUT! There were still plenty of goodies this week that you don’t want to miss, so here we go!
- Gretchen’s Worth It Wednesday: The Song of the Lioness series by Tamora Pierce
- Michaela’s Review of East of West: We are All One by Jonathan Hickman