Well, this past week has been rather busy, participating in Armchair BEA for the first time and all (thus you may have noticed my reviews were more or less put on hold =P) 🙂 But yes, we have reached the end of yet another month!
Not my gif (as always) but sometimes I feel like dancing (in my head)
- Well, it’s been another interesting month in reading, including: Simon Montefiore’s Sashenka (review), Isabelle Lafleche’s J’Adore New York (review) and Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being (review). It’s also been a pretty big month reading and reviewing plays for the Shakespeare Reading Challenge. You can check out all the books I’ve reviewed recently in the book review tag.
- Posted up a review from an ARC I read recently, Terry Hayes’ I Am Pilgrim (review), which I also participated in a book blog tour for. You can check out all of the ARCs that I recently read in this tag.
- Another book blog tour I participated in this month was for April Smith’s A Star for Mrs. Blake (review). It sheds some light on an interesting aspect of the veterans programme following World War One in the United States.
- Things were also pretty busy on the graphic novels front as I started reading the popular series Fables as well as caught up on some titles I had been meaning to post about. You can check out the latest comics I’ve covered in the comics category.
- I watched a movie! (Man of Steel (review)) I watched and reviewed another installment of The Hollow Crown (review). I’ve also been posting about Orphan Black! (see tag)
- As I mentioned at the start of this entry, I participated in Armchair BEA this past week for the first time, which is pretty exciting. You can check out all of my entries related to that event in this tag.
Tomorrow the latest issue of Femnista will be coming out so stick around for that…Also, tomorrow is the start of a month-long event called Mental Health Awareness Month, hosted by hosted by Leah @ Uncorked Thoughts and Ula @ Blog of Erised. I will be taking part in that; if you’re interested in participating and/or spreading the word about the event and the topics covered, feel free to sign up! We’d love to see you 🙂
And that’s about it for me. I hope everyone is having a lovely weekend–see you in June! 🙂