Well hello! Happy Saturday! I’m excited because I have an in person Book Club meeting tonight. Of course I need to read the book, because, as of the time of writing this, I haven’t even started it yet. That’s a small problem. But just a small one.
What I Read This Week
Neon Gods by Katee Robert
This retelling of the Hades and Persephone myth was top notch and makes me want to read more of them. I wrote a full review of the book here.
The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren
Huzzah! I finished a book on my actual TBR! I can’t believe it. It only took till the middle of the month to do it, but still, I did it! I listened to the audiobook and it was really cute. It might be my new favorite in the romance genre. Also, it made me laugh a few times.
Loyalty in Death by J.D. Robb
The ninth book in the In Death series. I am slowly making my way through this world and I am loving every minute of it. I’ve mentioned it before, but this is one of my favorite endings in the series. It stuck with me even after the first time I read it.
Witness in Death by J.D. Robb
I finished this one last night when I should have been reading the book club book. Go figure. Of course it was great, but the twist in this one is superb. I would say check the trigger warnings for this one before reading, because yeah. Ew.
The start of the week saw the delivery of the monthly New Releases post. I do this post every month, and really have a lot of fun putting this list together.
Tuesday was Top Ten Tuesday! This week was all about books that were too good to review. This one took some digging, because I tend to review my favorite books.
Wednesday brought an interesting WWW Wednesday. Or is it getting predictable?
Thursday was my Neon Gods review. I stepped out of my comfort zone with this one. Go give it a read. The post, not the book. Thought you could read the book.
Friday’s First Lines Friday was a book I might add to my TBR next month. Maybe. We shall see.
In Other News
So the Super Bowl happened on Sunday. Go sportsball! But our house was talking about The Commercial. You know the one.
We haven’t determined how we feel about it yet. And also I’m pretty sure I’m going to have to go re-read The Silmarillion. The one thing I do know is that I can’t wait to see what Amazon brings to the world. And given the money they are spending on it, it should be a lot.
How do you feel about the new LOTR trailer?