Another Sunday, another weekly wrap up, right? I’m really enjoying writing these weekly wrap ups instead of monthly ones! I hope you’re all enjoying them too… So anyway, let’s see what I read, watched & did this week, shall we?
Omens (Cainsville #1) by Kelley Armstrong – ★★★★ // I got this one from the library -yes, that is in my opinion excluded from my book buying ban because I’m not actually buying them. But I saw this in the library and thought it looked interesting. I was pleasantly surprised by this one! I read it in like a day or two, which is saying something if you could see my schedule at the time. I will be writing a full review of this one soon!
Daughter of Smoke and Bone (Daughter of Smoke and Bone #1) by Laini Taylor – ★★★★★ // I FINALLY READ THIS ONE! This one is a cult favorite, and I totally understand why. I absolutely loved it -and I’m so glad I already had the second book so I can continue soon without breaking my ban.
As our Netflix subscription has been on hold since Monday, I haven’t been watching as much TV as I do otherwise. I have been watching a lot more YouTube videos though. Basically, we used a promo for 6 months free Netflix, which has now run out. So we need to renew the subscription and actually start paying, which we haven’t done yet -AAAH. Anyway!
I am still keeping up with a lot of the fall TV I planned on watching. I’ve been loving the first two episodes of Criminal Minds, one of my all-time favorite shows. I’ve also been keeping up with Scorpion, Blindspot, Scream Queens and Quantico. Honestly, how great is Quantico? It’s only been two episodes and I can already tell I’ll be addicted by the end of the season. And of course I can’t forget about the first episode of the new Flash season! LOVED IT. I liked that we got to see a different side to Barry Allen, a realistic side when dealing with stuff like that.
I still have to watch episode 3 of the new How To Get Away With Murder season, but I’m really looking forward to it!
- I wrote about my favorite bookish pets this week! Which reminds me, I really want a pet.
- I also wrote a review about a new favorite graphic novel series Lumberjanes. Basically, you all have to read this amazing series about friendship.
- And because I was inspired by my bookish pets list, I also made one about my favorite bookish animals!