Weekly Update #221, June is coming to an end...


Welcome to my Weekly Update where I post my blog's schedule for the week!

I'm linking up to The Sunday Post, hosted by Kimba @ The Caffeinated Book ReviewerTynga's Reviews for Stacking the Shelves and Mailbox Monday showcasing the books I added to my shelves or Kindle this week, and It's Monday! What Are You Reading? hosted by Kathryn @ Book Date.

Our garage finally gets fixed up Tuesday, so this very long stint of cleaning is almost at an end. I've been rearranging furniture, organizing, and cleaning for three full weeks now and it's quite exhausting. I've been too tired to read at night or really at any time and I'm now behind, which bugs me quite a bit. We have family in town from both sides of the family over the next two weeks. We're really looking forward to it, but I'd also love some down time after the cleaning is finished to reboot. We also hit record highs this last week, reaching almost 120 degrees. That's hot even for here. This week will be busy, but hopefully a little more relaxing than the last three.


Here's what to expect on the blog:

Heartbeat of the BitterrootStarting Over at Steeple RidgeThe Captain's Daughter (London Beginnings #1)The Ghost of You and Me

I did get a couple and will share next week.


My monthly giveaway is running for June:

I had a mini-series run over the past four weeks. You can check out the last post here.

I've been hosting a meme this year called Can't-Wait Wednesday that is taking over for my Waiting on Wednesday posts since the host, Jill over at Breaking the Spine, went inactive in August. You're welcome to join in or link up your Waiting on Wednesday posts each week. Find out more here.

The Instagram challenge, #WishfulWonder, that Rissi over at Finding Wonderland and I host is on for June. You can find more info here (feel free to participate at any time, be it a day or two or more). I've been very MIA for this, which is a bummer, but I hope to get a few days in this week and then be back to posting every day in July.


So, how is your summer going?

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