Welcome to the Weekly Wrap-up with Bookmunchies. This is our weekly update that combines Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer‘s SUNDAY POST and Tynga’s Reviews‘ STACKING THE SHELVES. This is a post to share news, to recap the week on the blog, share new reads and new books, and upcoming fun for the week ahead!
Hey guys, Jackie here,
October came and went by so fast, how is that possible? I feel like with the holidays approaching everything just roll into one. It doesn’t help that people are saying it’s only 11 weeks until Christmas or already posting shipping deadlines for the holiday season. Even my favorite tea store is already putting out their holiday ware when Halloween isn’t even here yet. Why can’t there be some breathing time in between? I don’t need the extra stress. Plus the weirdest thing always happens: the week before Halloween SoCal always seem to feel like it’s still summer. Like we’ll have a few random cloudy moments and the mornings and evenings will be fall-like, but by the afternoon I’m sweating buckets when I walk home from work. Otherwise its been another slow work week although I did have lunch with a former coworker so that was fun to catch up with her. After next week I’ll be on vacation, so the weekly wrap up will be taken over (temporarily) by either Kim or Cyn. I hope you guys had a fun October and got lots of candy if you went trick or treating with friends or family.
What are books are you looking forward to in November? Or anything exciting happening in November that you’re looking forward to? Have you started the holiday shopping yet?
✖ Teaser Tuesday: The Ends of the World
✖ Cover Reveal: Dear Rachel Maddow by Adrienne Kisner
✖ Review & Excerpt Tour: Ride Wild by Laura Kaye
✖ Blog Tour: The Right Kind of Rogue by Valerie Bowman
✖ Review: Wonder Woman Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo
Here at Bookmunchies we believe in being surprises for the week
(aka. we procrastinate, so we can’t tell you what’s quite coming up yet).
Turtles All the Way Down by John Green: 3 of 5 stars – Too many mixed feelings for this book and Aza was a difficult character to empathize with at times.
I’ve got nothing this week, but I do have a book on hold that I need to pick up. .