The Weekly Forecast (5)

Sep 4, 2016

Welcome to a new (and hopefully) weekly feature of sorts here on Beauty and the Bookshelf: The Weekly Forecast! (Name possibly still tentative.) I've been reworking the blog a bit, trying to post more and be consistent, but also to post more than reviews and the same two memes every week (assuming I even post anything during a week). Then I thought of The Weekly Forecast, a way to recap what I did on the blog (and maybe even read and watched and listened to?) the week before, and then to forecast what will be on the blog the coming week. The latter could be helpful because it keeps me in check, kind of: if I tell you I'm going to post a review this week then now I basically have to post a review this week. But first: let me tell you what happened on the blog last week.

I fell off the bandwagon this week and missed one post and changed the day for another, but in my defense, I've been trying to get the Throne of Glass books reread in time for Empire of Storms and don't want to blog when I could be spending that time reading. (Especially when I'm so impossibly behind on my reread.)

Recap

Monday: Review: Love & Gelato

Tuesday: It's the Monster Mash

Thursday: August Rewind

Friday: Blog Tour: Furthermore 

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I began (super duper late) my Throne of Glass reread and am currently on Heir of Fire.

Forecast

This week is a little bit sparse and is missing details because right now all my focus in on rereading Heir of Fire and Queen of Shadows by Tuesday, and starting Tuesday I'll be reading Empire of Storms--and my focus may not be on blogging or time consuming posts. So this week shall be interesting in terms of blogging (but should be more on top of things next week!).

Monday: No post for Labor Day (and because I'm trying to spend as much time as possible working on my reread)

Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday

Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday

Thursday: TBA

Friday: TBA

It's Empire of Storms week and literally nothing else matters.

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