[[I may still post WoW posts... but only in the event that I am squeeing over a new release, as is the case of this week's scheduled WoW post.]]
However, I am still interested in participating in memes. Which is why I found two memes that I believe are interesting and entertaining. I am going to try my hardest to participate in these every week.
Those are: It's Monday! What are you reading? hosted by Sheila at Book Journey and Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. I hope my readers are happy with my choices!
Of course, since it's Monday, this shall be my first It's Monday! What are you reading? post!
This week was a fairly slow week, although that's not too surprising.
I read 2 books:1. Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan (review scheduled for Thursday)
2. Dark Song by Gail Giles (review unscheduled as of this moment).
I adore reading John Green's novels, as well as David Levithan's wonderful collaborations, and so that was a real treat to get both at the same time. Gail Giles is also a wonderful author and always keeps me entertained. Her books are really quick as well, which is a huge bonus.
On the blog this past week you can find:1. A post concerning overcrowded Google Readers
2. My review of Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel
3. My second-to-last WoW post.
4. My plans for celebrating Black History Month.
5. My review of Princess Ben by Catherine Gilbert Murdock.
6. A compilation of wonderful links to posts I adore.
Upcoming on the Blog:1. My first Top Ten Tuesday
2. My review of Emma and the Vampires by Wayne Josephson
3. My WoW post
4. My review of Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
3. My review of Dark Song by Gail Giles
To Read This Week:1. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
2. The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan
*Possibly* one of my books for Black History Month, but that depends on the library.
Also: If you haven't done so, don't forget to enter my contest to win an ARC of Wither by Lauren DeStefano!
There's my first It's Monday! What are you reading? post. Please leave any suggestions in the comments... I am especially interested in the layout, and whether I did it in an easily navigated but still interesting way, but of course I'm always looking for thoughts on content :)