Week 5 of quarantine and I am finally getting to the groove of being productive with people around me and the house. But there is more important news for the week. Yes! It is my birthday today.
I am turning one more year older today and so far I still do not feel a bit adult-er than the day I left college those many years ago. And as every adult should, I know it is more adult and not adult-er, but let it be. It is my birthday!
Today and the rest of the week is gonna be similar to the others, again. Home made food, Netflix and Amazon binge and working from the couch and turning in early. But there might be a cake today! Fingers crossed. Otherwise, sigh! Can’t wait to break this pattern.
What I read this week
This was an okay reading week. I read only one book, as per my usual. But that one has been a good one.
I read The Sittaford Mystery by Agatha Christie for my ClassicsNChristie Book club. I have picked up Yes No Maybe next and might finish in a day or so.
What I watched this week
I figured if I can’t read all the Stephen King books, I will try to watch all their adaptations. Let us take the easy way out, right? So last month, I watched the Outsider and the season 1 of Mr Mercedes.
And this week I continued that streak and watched a lot!
- Mr Mercedes Season 2 and 3
- Jane the Virgin – S5 last few episodes
- Sabrina Part 3 (currently watching)
And last night while I watched Onward and I loved it so much. Another good one from PIXAR!
On my blog
In case you had missed some of my posts from last week, here is a quick recap.
A book review on 10 Minutes 38 Seconds In This Strange World
Indie Guest Post: Self-Publishing On Amazon: 4 Tips For Indie Authors
March 2020 – Life Updates: Sunday Musings #69
On the news this week, here are links that I enjoyed during this week’s blog hopping.
I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.
Around the blogosphere
- Are you looking for short reads for your book clubs? Broke by Books has got you covered.
- Nyx from Drizzle And Hurricane Books talks about small things about books that I annoy her.
- Bitch Bookshelf recommends a few favorites for quarantine reads
- Krysta from Pages Unbound asks if classics will cease to exist as we know it soon. What do you think?
From the Insta-world
Let us chat
So let us hear it from you. How has your week been? Have you finally got a method to this madness? When is your birthday? Let us talk.