May 21, 2017

The Weekly Forecast (35)

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. AM. BACK. Between work and reading and computer issues and my inherent laziness, I went on an unofficial, unplanned blogging hiatus. BUT THE HIATUS IS OVER. I don't know that I'll be posting as much--as in, the forecast has five posts on it, but I may have to cut down to three or four posts a week (the Weekly Forecast excluded). Either way, it's my honor to introduce to you a new issue of the Weekly Forecast. I hope you're here to stay. Because I am.

Recap

Tuesday: Blog Tour: The Pearl Thief


Read
I reread A Court of Thorns and Roses for the second time and finally reread A Court of Mist and Fury in preparation for A Court of Wings and Ruin--which I have read! Then I read Alex, ApproximatelyConfess, and One of Us Is Lying. Now I'm on When Dimple Met Rishi!

Forecast

Monday: A Multipurpose Giveaway

Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday

Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday

Thursday: Once and For All Review

Friday: What to Say Next Ninety Second Novel

Recommendation of the Week

Thanks to a couple bloggers on Twitter I came across a series of videos featuring American kids trying food from all over the world, and I love it. It's a complete and utter day maker, and I can never get enough of them (though I've definitely fallen behind). It's genius, it's hilarious, and it's one of the greatest things in the entirety of the universe.



What's up in the blogosphere?

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