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The Sunday Post is a weekly event hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a way to wrap up your week, share news/book hauls, and consolidate links to your posts & other posts you’ve liked throughout the week. I had a successful run at DragonCon a few weeks ago, and life has been hectic since, but I finally got a chance to blog this week, so here I am!

Weekly Reading Updates

Books Finished This Week

Gentleman's Guide

I’ve been having to focus on continuing education credits the last few weeks and it hasn’t left a lot of time or energy for reading, but I’m very happy to say that I finished The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue this week and simply adored it. Look out for a review. Since my last Sunday Post, I’ve also finished Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward and Now I Rise by Kiersten White (which I also plan to review!).

Reading Challenges

  • No updates this week, I don’t think. I really need to knuckle down!

Currently Actively Reading

Still picking at Chicks Dig Time Lords when I’m in the mood. I’ve also been reading Hidden Figures a little at a time. It’s really good & I can’t wait to watch the movie when I finish it!

Weekly Blog Updates

Blog Posts:

Reviews:

Book Releases I’m Looking Forward to this Week

What did you read this week? What are you looking forward to reading this week? Let me know in the comments!

6 thoughts on “Sunday Post: September 17, 2017

  1. Still picking at Time Lords, hm? I’m really interested to read your eventual review– I am certainly curious to see what your thoughts are when this is all done!

    I loved the film Hidden Figures. I’m glad you’re reading the book first– I always lose interest in reading the book once I’ve seen the movie. I’m such a bad bibliophile! O_o

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    1. I’ll admit I keep forgetting about Time Lords–and I seem to have a hit a run of essays that deal mainly with the original series (which I’ve not really seen) rather than the new seasons. Someday I will finish it :). The book of Hidden Figures is really good so far. It’s easy to read nonfiction, which I’m always a fan of…I’m just a slow reader when it comes to nonfiction.

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