Spotlight Sunday: #10 One where I got back on track

April is proving to be as good as I hoped it would be. And I happy to share that I finished two books in a week. That is how many I read in the last month.

1) Alias Grace by Margret Atwood – I was so excited about this book but kept putting it off worrying what if I din’t like it. And guess what, I LOVED it. I hope I get to write a review soon for the book. And then start with the Netflix series.

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2) Love hate and other filters – I read this book also as part of the A – Z reading challenge and it has been the talk of the Twitter world. I stayed up all night to finish it.

Violet and black!

Did anyone else see Netflix’s adaptation of Anne of Green Gables and feeling as irked as me? Why on earth would they want to change a sunshiney positive book into dark and melancholic? Damn you Netflix.

I gave in and re-colored my hair with (Wait for it) violet peekaboo streaks. I love it and hopefully they won’t run out any soon.

I got back to blog hopping. If I missed your blog and you can leave me your link to your blog here.

I have kept up my running schedule. I missed it just one day during the week and that is not due to my laziness, which is a wonder.

It is my best friend’s birthday today and though we are not living nearby, we spoke. So once again Happy Birthday, girl.

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Here are some of the posts / articles I loved online during the week.

1) Book storm Girl’s posts never fail to make me chuckle. And her latest post on avoiding death by reading is worth a read.

2) I loved the cute little tattoo Lauren from Northern Plunder got a few weeks so much that I spend some time online staring at these tiny minimalist tattoos for too long for my own good.

3) The history geek in me loves reading books related to World War II and this massive book list from book riot is gonna keep me busy for a while.

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The week on my blog was far from full but it beats from week of silence right?

The last Sunday Spotlight was on One with March wrap up and no other news!
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I did a review shots on A mix of Poetry, cartoon and a dash of business strategies
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I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.

So how was your week? Did you reach your reading goals? What are the things that kept you entertained last week. Share it with us and let us talk.

23 COMMENTS

  1. Ohh awesome looking hair !! Hopefully it hasn’t got out already as I type this.. I LOVE to dye my hair purple lately, even more than I loved the red ! In fact, I did put two different tone of purple in my hair recently aswell hehe ..

    yay for 2 books in a week !! that ‘s how I have read so far in april too, although i’m so near finishing my 3rd one !! Also happy to know you’ve kept running !! I so not have the motivation for that .. hah x)
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  2. I want to read Alias Grace, but I want to read The Handmaid’s Tale first. I have yet to watch any of the TV shows so better start reading!

    Your hair looks really nice – I love violet!

    • I was holding off watching the series just for the same reason. Now that I have finished reviewing I can finally enjoy watching it guilt free.

    • I didn’t dislike the Anne series but I expected to see a feel good adaptation and was denied that. Alias Grace is wonderful.

  3. I haven’t seen the Netflix version of Anne but I’m not surprised they went dark with it, seems like that’s the rage lately with adaptations? Sorry it was disappointing though, that would be frustrating! Anne of green Gables doesn’t seem like the right property to go that way with!

    Love the hair streaks! 🙂

    Have a super week!
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    • Exactly. I am okay with everyone being dark and melancholic, but it is Anne. Her USP was she being positive and all sparkly. And they changed that.

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