Detail shot of the sweater above:
Oops, I cut off my feet!
Aunt Dimity and the Duke by Nancy Atherton (completed)
The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (completed)
Lirael by Garth Nix
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C. S. Lewis (completed)
Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary
Stephanie’s review of Aunt Dimity and the Duke
Stefani’s post on DNFing
Lark’s list of mysteries
The new Mockingjay poster (thank you Stefani!)
littleonion’s thought provoking post on classics
Monday: A Bibliophile’s Restyle – Graphic Tee
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday – Top Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More
Wednesday: Wordsmitten Wednesday – “Bad” Books
Thursday: T3 – Best OR Worst Mandatory Highschool Read (I’m doing Worst)
Friday: Weekly Recap – 200th Post!
6 thoughts on “Weekly Recap: September, 2014 – Week #2”
I’m in a preppy mood because of Anne’s Pick-me-up challenge topic this week, so my fave is the aqua cardi/floral tee/belt combo.
You rereading Lirael in anticipation of the next book? Or is this a first time read for you; I can’t recall. When is Nix’s book coming out again?
litteonion “supports the Oxford comma”. I love it!
Wasn’t it Best or Worst Mandatory High School Read? Hope so, coz I’m doing best. ;p
That’s my favorite too. 🙂
First time reading Lirael. Clariel comes out 10/14/14, according to Goodreads.
Yep, that’s one of the reasons I follow her!
Yes, it’s Best OR Worst. I’m doing WORST (and yes, I know I shouted that, but seriously, it was bad).
I’m hosting a double birthday party tomorrow (my kids’ birthdays are 6 days apart), so my TGIF is more of a TGI Sunday. 😛
Oh, you just read Aunt Dimity and the Duke — I love that book! And how do you like the Robert Galbraith books? I’ve been wondering whether to read them. Also, thanks for the shout-out on the mysteries post! Oh, and I really like the little floral tee with the teal cardi – so pretty!
Yes, your review of Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well inspired me to try the series, and I’m loving it so far!
I like the Robert Gailbraith books. The writing is just as good a you’d expect from Rowling, and the mysteries are solid. They are MUCH more violent than I usually read though.
Of course! That was a great list, and I’ve already added quite a few of the books to my TBR.
Thank you! 😀
I hope you will review the Silkworm! I read it this summer and really enjoyed it!
I think I’m going to use it for October’s T3 “Fear Factor: a book that gives/gave you the chills” because it definitely gave me the creepy crawlies. 😮