Sunday Salon– Fourth of July Edition

Posted July 4, 2021 by stuckint in Features, Stocking the Stacks, Sunday Post, Sunday Salon / 2 Comments

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It has been so hot here I have basically been hibernating. We have AC fortunately and have developed some tricks for keeping our upstairs cool enough to sleep in.

As far as reading goes, I had an awesome week, finishing three books are start two new ones. Hopefully this means I’m getting my reading mojo back.

Sadly, I was not as productive on the blog this past week and I actually blame the fact that I just didn’t plan it like I am hoping to do this week. It should be a great reading and posting week, so buckle up!

Week in Review

Wednesday: Like I said,, not a lot of blog posting this past week. Definitely hoping to change that. My only post this week was my breakdown of the July Book of the Month picks. Since Tuesday is the last day to skip the month, take a look and make your choices.

My Netgalley Haul

Coming Up Next

Monday: I will be sharing my review of Falling by TJ Newman. A novel that is definitely shaping up to be the thriller of the summer.

Tuesday: I did not get around to discussing my anticipated reads for the second half of 2021 and so that’s what I’ll be doing for Top Ten Tuesday.

Wednesday: it’s been a while since I’ve shared what I’ve been reading lately, so look forward to that.

Thursday: For Thursday Tea Time I’ll be sharing my favorite reads of the year so far.

Friday: Is my stop on the tour for Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim, hosted through TBR and Beyond Tours. I’ll be sharing my full, spoiler free review.

Saturday: I am stoked for my stop on the tour of It Ends In Fire by Andrew Shvarts hosted through TBR and Beyond Tours. I’ll be sharing a full spoiler free review as well.as.am.exclusive Q&A with the author.

What About You?

How was your reading week? Did you get any new book? What are your reading plans for the coming week? Let me know in the comments!

2 responses to “Sunday Salon– Fourth of July Edition

  1. Jan

    I think I got this recommendation from one of your blogs. I just finished The Prison Healer by Lynette Noni. Amazing story which I could not put down. I think I was in shock when I finished. Can’t wait for the rest of the series.

    • stuckint

      I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed it! I definitely still need to read it but I am thrilled that you loved it!

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