Weekly Update #15


Welcome to my Weekly Update where I post my blog's schedule for the week.
You may notice a few changes here and there on the blog. I'm adding some custom buttons and making my sidebar a little less crowded.
I don't know if I'll continue getting these weekly updates posted each week. June is seriously going to be crazy! I will post when I can, but it might not be on a schedule. I am part of a book tour each week in June, so I will be posting for those, my Friday Favorites, and then any books I read. I should be a little more regular in July. :)
My Monthly Giveaway for May is on its final week. Win copies of Tempestuous and Exposure (Books 1 & 2 in the Twisted Lit series), which have been read once. I will have June's giveaway up on Saturday. I will be giving away a hardcover of Also Known As that I read once. You can read my review here. It was a fun read!

On Wednesday I will be posting about the second book in the Throne of Glass series. Can. Not. Wait!

If I have time, I will post for Feed Your Reader Friday, but we'll see. I will be spotlighting another favorite for Friday Favorites. Did you see last week's post about Cinda Williams Chima?

I will probably post for Stacking the Shelves and In My Mailbox this week as I should get books in the mail.

I didn't schedule any reviews again. This will probably be the same for all of June. I already finished To Dance in Liradon, so I will be posting a review for that. I'm planning on having one or two more reviewed as well.

I also want to wish everyone an enjoyable Memorial Day!



We go to my grandmother's grave Memorial Day morning every year and share some happy memories with the extended family. We have a great time remembering her and catching up with uncles, aunts, and cousins that we haven't seen for a while. We then are spending dinnertime at my parents for a BBQ. Should be a nice day. For those of you who serve our country or who have family members who serve, I would like to say thank you. Both my father and my father-in-law served in the Air Force back when they were younger. If you haven't ever experienced the changing of the guard at Arlington Cemetery, I highly recommend doing so. It was a great experience for me.

I hope you all have a great week!

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