This Week's Book Week is rather similar to Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga's Reviews only with far more rambling and a less witty title. ;)
So. This year's been ok so far. Not terrific but not terrible. As I type this up it's rather foggy outside. It makes the whole day a bit spooky.
I had an awesome reading burst this week when I got through a book a day and wrote up the review for it. It was awesome. Now I'm all caught up on reviews for the rest of the month, there'll be 2 next week and 3 the week after (1 of those 3 will be about Cress, which was awesome). And then some more regular 2 a week weeks. Do you like the current schedule I have set up, reviews on Tuesdays and Fridays? I've considered moving Tuesday reviews to Monday and taking part in Top Ten Tuesdays more often.
I finished Call the Midwife this week. So good. BBC dramas might be the reason why I don't watch American or Canadian primetime shows, or TV at all. The only things I watch on TV seem to be sports (hockey or tennis or curling right now), the news at lunch, and Doctor Who (when it comes back in the late summer?). Sometimes other shows, like Bitten or Masterpiece Mystery on PBS, but that's it. TV is losing me as a viewer.
Reviews for the coming week will feature Her Dark Curiosity by Megan Shepherd (Tuesday) and Secret by Brigid Kemmerer (Friday). :)
Elusion by Claudia Gabel and Cheryl Klam (from HarperCollins Canada)
Replica by Jenna Black (borrowed from the library) (now I won't be lost when I read my ARC of Resistance in March)