Aug 15, 2017

The Weekly Forecast (40)

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.

These past few months I've been the worst blogger/bookish person/reader in general, but to go on talking about that calls for a discussion post. Between work and life and all that jazz, books have seriously taken the back burner--and I need to fix that. Here's hoping this weekly forecast is actually forecast something bookish.

Recap


The last thing I posted was...a Weekly Forecast. Whoops.
Read
It's been three months since I actually finished a book and a few weeks I think since I read a page of anything--and that was The Comet Seekers, which apparently I forgot I was (attempting to be) reading.

Forecast


Tuesday: Ferocious Blog Tour

WednesdayThe Art of Lainey Review

ThursdayGirl Against the Universe Review

Friday: This is How it Happened Review

Recommendation of the Week

My problem with Greek yogurt is that I'm not super fond of the texture or the bitterness. But Chobani's drinkable Greek yogurt--especially in apple cucumber, strawberry banana, and mango? YUMMY. I have like two a day. And that's not really an exaggeration.

What's up in the blogosphere?

1 comment:

  1. I will definitely be looking forward to all the book reviews,i really need to update my to read book list, i am low on supplies!

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