Feb 5, 2017

The Weekly Forecast (26)

Welcome to a weekly feature of sorts here on Beauty and the Bookshelf: The Weekly Forecast! 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 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.

My laptop's charger (which I like just replaced) quit on me and that is NOT GOOD. But in better news: the blogging extravaganza starts this week! Weee!


Monday: An Adventure with Iain Reading and Kitty Hawk

Tuesday: Review: A Study in Charlotte

Wednesday: Introducing the Return of Get Up Off That Slump - A Blogging Extravaganza

Thursday: Review: The Last of August

I'm still reading The Lies of Locke Lamora (which may just be a read to read in between other reads), and I read Cashmere (the sequel to Temple West's Velvet) and A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August, and now I'm trying to figure out what on earth to read next.


Monday: Get Up Offa That Slump: A Blogging Extravaganza - Day 1

Tuesday: January Rewind

Wednesday: Get Up Offa That Slump: A Blogging Extravaganza - Day 2

Thursday: Review: The Last of August

Friday: Get Up Offa That Slump: A Blogging Extravaganza - Day 3

Recommendation of the Week

I've decided to add something new to these posts--recommendations! Each week I'll rec something I'm currently a fan of, whether it's a newly discovered Instagram account, what I'm listening to on repeat, what I'm watching, or something I ate that tasted amazing. Right now I'm awfully obsessed with...

Are you participating in Get Up Offa That Slump?!

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