Mar 12, 2017

The Weekly Forecast (29)

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.

I'm going to stop making excuses for not being on top of blogging because, as some poster in some school I went to eons ago said, "Don't make excuses, make improvements." And I plan to make improvements this week and not miss a damn day of posting because IT'S A THEMED WEEK. And I AM HERE FOR IT.


Tuesday: January + February Rewind

Thursday: Review: The Shadows We Know by Heart

I actually got some reading done this week! I read Mischief & Magnolias and Starfall, and basically kept my eyes glued to my Kindle all week. And I like just finished Meagan Spooner's Hunted and it was really, really good.


WELCOME TO A THEMED WEEK! (As you can see, I'm very excited about it.) Starting Tuesday (I should really plan these things months in advance okay), this week is all about one very big and important thing: Beauty and the Beast!

Monday: Blog Tour: A Boy Called Bat

Tuesday: A Very Enchanted Giveaway

Wednesday: Your Beautiful and Beastly Reading List

ThursdayFor the Tote: Beauty and the Beast

Friday: Review: Hunted

Saturday: Beauty and the Beast Book Tag

Recommendation of the Week

Aside from the leftover milk in my cereal bowl, there are really only two drinks I drink: water and this majestic goodness right here.

I gave up pop in high school and haven't really had it for like eight or nine years or something, I don't drink alcohol or liquor, period, and coffee doesn't always make me feel too good. So water is wonderful, and I'm addicted to this Sparking ICE stuff and only drink this flavor.

Let's deviate from blogging a bit and talk about what really matters: how excited are you for Beauty and the Beast?!

1 comment:

  1. I need a pop alternative (also, I'm super excited that you call it pop!!! I thought that was just a Western PA thing)-- so that Sparkling Ice stuff looks good. Also, I can't wait to see your Beauty and the Beast posts!!


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