Hello all and welcome to the wrap-up for the week ending 26/1/18!
Although I didn't post content every day this week I was able to post everything I planned to, so it was still successful! The reason behind there not being content on Thursday was because I fell ill with a bad stomach bug that had me unable to focus on anything but not throwing up. Nonetheless, the review for Thursday was pushed to today, so not all is lost! Anyway, this week in general was a pretty good one. The beginning set it off with the purchase of VIP RTX Sydney tickets, and to be honest I don't think I have come down from that high! I was already set to go before I purchased those tickets but snagging them was fantastic! I've started planning some content around it for a couple of weeks time, so keep an eye out!
Today is Australia Day and I didn't really get up to much. I spent the day resting up since my stomach still felt a bit sensitive, finished reading Bitter Fruits by Alice Clark-Platts and wrote up the review for An Abundance of Katherines by John Green. In saying that, it was still a pretty good day that I will soon finish off by sitting myself in front of the Xbox. All in all, I'd say this week has been a very nice one with lovely weather and good vibes... if you forget the part where I got sick!
Anyway, time to get into this wrap-up!
Both reviews that were planned were posted! Unfortunately, An Abundance of Katherines by John Green was delayed until today, but at least it was posted! Check them out below:
Paper Towns by John Green
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
If you've ever wondered what constitutes a 'Young Adult' genre, then check out the second instalment in my Genre series! It covers what YA literature is and what you can expect in the stories within that genre. Check it out below:
Genre: Young Adult
I finished Bitter Fruits by Alice Clark-Platts today! That book did not end the way I thought it was going to and I'm very excited for it's review that will be coming up in the next couple of weeks!
I will now be starting Crossing the Lines by Sulari Gentill, which I am very curious to read since the blurb makes it sound very unique. Anyone read it before? What did you think of it?
Calling Major Tom by David M. Barnett
Finding Nevo by Nevo Zesin
Achievements of the week
Everything that was planned was posted! Hurray for another successful week! Away from the website, I'm happy to say that I did finish Bitter Fruits. Unfortunately, I did not keep up with my exercise regime. I would still like to think this week has been very successful! Anyway, I'd like to think I have some good excuses as to why I didn't head to the gym... I mean I got sick one day, so that's fair enough... right?
And that's it for this week! I'm super excited for all that's in store next week, so you'll have to come back to read the weekly update to see what's going on! I hope you all have a fantastic weekend and that you ignite the story.
Charlotte is a reading and writing lover who has completed a creative writing intensive course at the University of Oxford and is a current university student studying a double degree in journalism and creative writing. If you are curious to learn more, check out the 'About' page.