Happy Sunday and Happy Easter everyone! It is not feeling like Easter, right? Or it is just me? Well, there is the thing that I am working today, so it feels even less holiday than usual, but this particular period is not helping any!


Pusheen makes all a little better, don’t you think? Anyway… happy Easter everyone! And now, let’s get to the wrap-up!

What I am reading?

Skullsworn wasn’t a planned reading, but this one is a theme for today’s post, since I have to make the best out of my Scribd trial, and this book is on one of my lists, so I am excused, right? And so far, I am liking this book, the narration is good and I am just curious to read more of it! It has some original premises and an interesting world. So far, I am enjoying it quite a lot! And then I have just started Her Majesty’s Necromancer, which is a book from my TBR (I am feeling a very good bookworm right now!). The first one was good, so I hope this one won’t disappoint!

What I have read?

As I was saying before, this was a week for unplanned reading, so we have two books that were on Scribd, and they were A Guide To Live with & Training A Fearful Dog that was quite an interesting reading (and the plus is that this is the second non-fiction book of the month, and since I think I won’t read any in May, this would help me to keep my goal to at least read 12 non-fiction books, so Yay!). And Siege of Tilpur by McClellan. This was a short story of the series Powder Mage, and I hope to write soon a review of all the short stories I am reading in this period. Because this was not the only one I have read so far, and not the only one this week, too. Servant of the Crown, and it was good too! But I have managed to check out some titles from my TBR, too. The Collapsing Empire was fun reading, and I hope to read soon something else by this author. I have also read my first Guy Gavriel Kay book this month (I had a lot of “first times” this month, yay!), Under Heaven. It was an interesting reading, with good world-building. La Meravigliosa Vita dei Filosofi was the first non-fiction book of the month, and it was an interesting reading, with just the cutest pictures ever! And I have managed to read I, Exile too. It was a pleasant reading, the right one to busy yourself on a slow morning.

What would I read?


I think that finally it’s the right time for The Wheel of Osheim. I have waited so long to finish this series!

Blogging and Real Life!

This was an uneventful week, but I am not complaining. Work was pleasant and quite relaxing, to be honest. And this gave me more time to read, as this post demonstrates. And I had some time to plan ahead for the blog, and wrote some posts ahead of time. I am feeling so proud of myself!
And I continued my marathon of The Big Bang Theory. I am now watching the 10th season and I hope to get to the end of it really soon.

On the blogging side, the next week my usual post scheduling would be different because I am taking part in a blog tour about a very singular thing. I am quite excited about it, and I am sooooo looking forward to sharing it with you all (Tuesday would be the right day to come back and take a pick, I am just saying!). But since my day on the tour is Tuesday all the week schedule would be slightly changed.

That’s all for my week! How was yours? Have you done some great reading? And have you read some of the books I have mentioned? And how is going your life?? Let me know!

Happy reading!

8 thoughts on “WEEKLY WRAP-UP! #9

  1. Tammy says:

    I have started binge watching Riverdale, which is something I never would have had time for before quarantine. I’m so curious now to find out what blog tour you’re on, I’ll be stopping by on Tuesday for sure😁

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