Spotlight Sunday: #11 The one after a long haitus

I have not posted here in a while and what better than an update post on a Sunday to attempt get back into the groove. Incidentally my blog stats has taken a huge hit, but hey I am having a good time at my home country so that is alright, right? RIGHT?

I can’t say I missed blogging as much as I did miss my fellow bloggers. I have not had time yet to check out their awesome posts yet and I pretty sure I have a lot of blog hopping to do soon.

Even though I am still technically on a holiday, I managed to read a quite bit in the past month, including two unpublished manuscripts that I beta read. So I am confident I might get my book goals for the year covered.

A-Z Update

1. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
I know I am late to the game, but here I am. I loved this and I can’t wait to read the next new one from Becky.

2. They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
I totally adored this book and I finished this in an afternoon. I might even continue to look out for more books from the author.

3. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
I had read many reviews about this book (without spoilers) but it still was not enough to prepare me for this. You should read this one. (Review coming soon.)

4. Then the Doorbell Rang by Capria Jalota
I received this ARC set in Dubai from its publicist quite a while ago. I will be reviewing this ARC soon.

I had signed up for the 2018 A-Z challenge hosted by Ginger Mom reads and I realized that I finally achieved the Flamingo status as I have completed 14 books as of now.

I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.

So what else did I miss around the blogosphere? Let me know.

28 COMMENTS

    • I was wondering why I haven’t gotten any comments from you in a while, and that is so not like you. And then I found your comments somehow ended up in my spam. I am glad I caught that and you still are here.

  1. Even though I am glad that you enjoyed your holiday, I am really happy that you are back to blogging. As a blogger who has taken many hiatuses (perhaps one too many), I know that it can be hard to transition back, especially after seeing the drop in stats. However, I also learned that fellow bloggers are not that forgetful. We will always joyfully welcome you back with open arms!

    • Yes I read quite a bit during my holidays and am still reading more than I would generally. Thanks for your wishes!

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