I’m a day late and a dollar short (lots of dollars short all the time, actually, because I’m a thriving writer…but that’s beside the point…) I was really tired and busy yesterday, so this post is going up today. Oops!
I’m pretty happy, though, because this last week I reached my reading goal of 100 books! I’ve officially read 101 this year! I’m so, so ecstatic over it–and honestly quite shocked.
I hope you’ve all been well.
Yesterday I was rocking my Kill Bill socks from LootCrate.
Here’s what happened last week in my blogosphere (and out book-wise).
Tuesday: Book Review – Learning to Swim by Annie Cosby
Wednesday: Original Feature – Theme Songs
Thursday: Book Review – Batman: Two-Face and Scarecrow: Year One by Bruce Jones, Mark Sable, Sean Gordon Murphy, Jesus Saiz, and Jimmy Palmiotti
Friday: Original Feature – Bad Synopses
REVIEW COPIES RECIEVED
Melody’s Key by Dallas Coryell
Casimir Bridge by Darren Beyer
Naoki Urasawa’s Monster, Volume 3: 511 Kinderheim by Naoki Urasawa
Naoki Urasawa’s Monster, Volume 4: Ayse’s Friend by Naoki Urasawa
We’ll Never Be Apart by Emiko Jean
Communion: A True Story by Whitley Strieber
Trust Your Vibes: Secret Tools for Sixth-Sensory Living by Sonia Choquette
Why Grizzly Bears Should We Underpants by Matthew Inman
Batman vs. Predator by Dave Gibbons, Andy Kubert, and Adam Kubert
Suicide Squad, Vol. 2: Basilisk Rising by Adam Glass, Fernando Dagnino
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 4: Last Days by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona – 5/5 Stars
Time: Great Discoveries: An Amazing Journey Through Space and Time by Time-Life Books – 5/5 Stars
The Merciless by Danielle Vega – 4/5 Stars
Haunted Wisconsin by Michael Norman and Beth Scott
First & Then by Emma Mills
Wolf, Vol. 1: Blood and Magic by Ales Kot, Matt Taylor, and Lee Loughridge
Simpsons Comics: Hit the Road! by Matt Groenig
Did you read anything good last week? Any recommendations for me?
Up Later: Review of Blankets
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