I am so glad this week has come to an end because I wasn’t feeling productive at all and I want a restart or a new beginning. That is what this Sunday is all about.
To be fair, I had so many things to do this week and I ended up not doing anything at all. Does anyone else feel this way – a minute ago everything seemed good and then nothing, not a drastic slump, no high or low but just a lull? I hope that ended with last week and I am back to the charming ol’ self!
Remember I keep talking about the Emirates Lit Fest 2019 and how I am gonna be volunteering there? I attended the Volunteer Manager briefing session this week and I loved meeting old and new friends.
Guess what, many of them were book lovers like us and we discussed about the authors who were attending the event and books we loved (obviously!). I can’t wait to go to the event (happening between March 1st to 9th).
What I read:
I finished reading the Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde for the Penguin Classics challenge 2019 and I loved it.
Do you believe when they say ‘a good book finds you at the right time‘? I am not sure if I would have appreciated it as much had I read this any time earlier.Do you believe when they say 'a good book finds you at the right time'? I am not sure if I would have appreciated it as much had I read these books any time earlier. Click To Tweet
I also read ‘The man in the brown suit’ by Agatha Christie, for my ‘Classics and Christie’ Club.
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What I watched:
I finally ended my 3 months sabbatical from the television and Netflix this week! Yes people I had not watched any Netflix for about 90 days and I survived.
And I wanted to commemorate the end of this ban by watching a movie that I had been wanting to watch for a long time – Ralph breaks the internet.
And I ADORED IT! I loved how Disney trolled itself about its princesses.
On my blog:
Remember I was telling you how my week wasn’t productive? Well I posted only twice this week.
Sunday Musings #34: The One Where I Ramble About Everything That Ever Happened Aka #JanuaryWrapUp
Review Shots: Middle Eastern Tales For Children
Around the blogosphere
One thing I am happy about this week is that I blog hopped a bit and I almost visited everyone’s blog this week. So here are my favorite picks of the week.
- I loved this post by Krysta on increasing the funding for library.
- Shruti answers what to do when a publisher archives an approved title on Netgalley her blog This is Lit.
- I found this informative list on all the international book fair in 2019 from KotoBee.
- May from Forever and Everly made an awesome post on the efforts of bloggers and how they deserve all the appreciation they get and more
- Looking for a guide for Edelweiss? Kaleena from Reader Voracious has got you covered with this great post.
- Attention all indie authors: What is your take on Kindle select? Darius talks about to Kindle Select or not on his blog.
I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.
Let us chat
So how has your week been? What did you read? Do you ever face these plateaus and how do you get over them? Let us talk.