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I had a very quiet week this week. Now that I am back to Uni I pretty much spend my weekdays reading, attempting to study (but in reality I just get distracted by youtube videos) and blogging, which really isn't the worst way to spend my days, except that I haven't left the house since Monday! I only have college one day a week and I then only work weekends so my weekdays end up being pretty boring. I am currently working on (well SUPPOSED to be working on) my Masters thesis proposal, a Marketing plan and a Management essay...as someone who has a background in English and History, the Marketing and Management modules I have this semester are quite difficult and I am really delaying getting started on my assignments. Next week I will be better.
In other news my Uncle came over to our house just yesterday to show off his new puppy and I just have to share these photos with you guys:
Is he not the cutest?
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOG
THIS WEEK ON THE BLOG
- Book Review: Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier
- Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books I Would Love to Read with My Bookclub
- Waiting on Wednesday
- Book Review: Tithe by Holly Black
- Feature and Follow Friday
- Sunday Post + Stacking the Shelves
WHAT I READ THIS WEEK
This week I really did not get much read as one of the books I read/currently reading is 781 pages. I put down last week that I read Ruby Red but I didn't actually finish until Monday as it was painfully boring to read and I just could not finish it Sunday. I have read 1 full book, 1 graphic novel and I am 600 pages through with another book.
- Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier
- Saga Volume Two by Brian K. Vaughan
- The Well of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson (600+ pages read so far)
FAVOURITE QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"A man was not defined by his flaws, but how he overcame them." ― Brandon Sanderson, The Well of Ascension
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So, I had absolutely no excuse for buying these books other than the fact that I was bored and wandered into a Waterstones...bad idea. I have three Graphic novels and three books and one novella to share with you today, so here they are: