Oops! This post was meant for yesterday, but I didn’t get it finished because I was being super lazy. lol. It was cold, and I spent the day curled up under a blanket with a book. I never opened my computer once, which was actually kind of nice. So, here it is a day late!
Trope-ical Readathon Progress
Here’s a quick look at my Trope-ical Readathon progress so far. I’ve accumulated 3380 points and completed six general challenges and the fantasy team book. I swapped in Queen’s Hope for the Found Family challenge because I was so excited to get approved for an advanced copy of the audiobook. I’m going to try to get to The Bladed Faith before the end of the month, too, but it will be last on the list now since it won’t earn me any extra challenge points. The City of Dusk and Perfect on Paper were both fantastic reads. I also enjoyed The Ivory Key because of its family drama and Indiana Jones-style adventure.
Comic Book Reading
I didn’t read any comics this week. So, there’s nothing new to report here other than I’m super far behind because the last two weeks were fairly large hauls. Getting caught up is one of my major goals for the coming week. Hopefully I’ll have lots to talk about in next week’s wrap-up, but we’ll see…
Blog Posts & Book Reviews
ICYMI, all the new stuff from the last week is listed below:
- Weekly Wrap-Up – March 5, 2022 – In case you missed it last week, here’s the weekly wrap-up from then that highlights all my posts and progress from the previous week.
- ARC Review – Founder’s Mercy – This review highlights my thoughts about Founder’s Mercy, which was a good YA sci-fi story that I enjoyed a lot.
- Monthly Wrap-Up – February 2022 – I finally got around to wrapping up the month of February. This post talks about everything I read and blogged about last month.
- One Year Blogiversary!! – In this post, I reflect on what this first year of blogging has meant to me.
- Mini Review – Perfect on Paper – This mini review outlines my thoughts about Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales, a five star read for me because of it humor, wit, and exploration of bi erasure.
As always, I love reading wrap-up posts. So, if you’ve got one for this week, please leave a link to it in the comments, and I’ll stop by and check it out.