Weekly Wrap Up (FAIL) (1/28/18-2/3/18)

Sorry I didn’t write a blog post for yesterday, but I didn’t get home until about 9 last night. I just had a fun book shopping day with a friend and I very much enjoyed it. That being said there will be a blog post Monday to make up for it. I haven’t really decided what I’m going to do, but there will be something. Anyway here is what I have been doing in the last week. SPOILERS: It’s a whole lot of absolutely nothing.


All We Can Do Is Wait by Richard Lawson (I was able to participate in a blog tour for this one so you should totally check it out if you haven’t!)

Currently Reading:

Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman: 400 pages (probably going to finish it today)

Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien: 121 pages. (haven’t picked it up in probably 2 weeks)

That’s it everyone. Thunderhead is just taking me a lot longer to finish and I feel a little bit slumpish. I read so much in January that I think I burned myself out. I will keep pushing though and see if I can get out of it, but it was a nice little break. I hope you all understand!

What are you currently reading? If you enjoyed reading this post give it a like and follow me if you want to read future blog posts from me. Be respectful and happy reading!




Author: passionatelyperusing

I have recently joined the book community and I am enjoying it. I will be reviewing books on this blog as well as posting other bookish related posts. Most of the books I read are Young Adult but I'll try to read any genre. Let me know your opinions, but be respectful of others. Don't forget to tell people about this blog if you enjoy it!

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