Well, this week wasn’t that great for me either. Okay I will be honest. It has less to do with the things I did, but more to do with what I didn’t do.
Somehow I feel my entire to do list is unfinished and I got nothing done. I hate it when time flies despite my
best efforts. On Friday I suddenly realized how the week is almost done and what day it was, and since then I worked so hard to tick things off the list. But failing terribly.
I sincerely hope your week was better than mine. Let’s talk about it and forget this pathetic week of mine, shall we?
What I read this week
I did myself proud this week in terms of reading because I finished reading two books! Yes that means I am on the right track to hitting my reading goal for the year.
- I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver
- Kinship of Secrets, The by Eugenia Kim
These books also count towards my 2020 A to Z reading challenge for the letters I and K, obviously!
What I watched this week
I watched a little too much Netflix this week and I am not happy about it. But I have realized my folly before it actually kicked my ass. So nothing is lost yet.
I watched Sweet Magnolia and it took me a long time to get into it. But finally when it got interesting, season 1 ended with a cliffhanger (which I totally hate!)
I was looking for something mind numbing to watch on Amazon, and I stumbled upon Two and a Half Men. While it was for a bit of laughter here and there, man, that series didn’t age well at all.
I could not avoid loathing both the lead characters and can’t get over the misogynistic crap they did. Oh well!
On my blog
In case you missed the posts from my blog, last week.
A book review of The Extraordinaries by T J Klune
September’20 Updates: Sunday Musings #94 monthly wrap
I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.
Around the blogosphere
I went on blog hopping spree last week and these are the posts that I loved. I hope you enjoy them as well.
- In another interesting article, Beth from Books Nest discusses about the power of a good ending.
- Lashaan from Bookidote talks about why book reviews are not so popular anymore.
From the Insta-world
Here is what I posted on Instagram during the week. Give me a follow, will you?
Let us chat
Please tell me that your week was great and all went ahead as planned. What did you get done and what are the things that went pending on your weekly duties? Let’s talk.