Welcome to my weekly wrap-up, where I talk about any bookish or life things that happened during the week.
Since my last weekly wrap-up, I finished reading Twelfth by Janet Key. I really enjoyed this middle-grade mystery and I should have a review up for it soon. It was a NetGalley book, so I was able to add another $2 to the jar, bringing the total to $8. I also finished reading Cards on the Table by Agatha Christie, this wasn’t a NetGalley book, but it was part of my mission to slowly read through all of the Poirot books.
This was another chaotic week at work, but at least it was a short week.
On Friday, I spent my day off being lazy. I played some Animal Crossing and I read a bit. On Saturday, I baked a bunch of cupcakes and mini cheesecakes for Easter. Today, I have a family gathering that I am dreading.
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What’s the $2 in a jar for NetGalley books about? I’m intrigued!
My NetGalley shelf got a bit out of control, so I’m putting $2 in a jar for every NetGalley book I read and I’m going to use that money to reward myself with some sort of treat!
That’s a good idea! I stopped using NetGalley because I couldn’t keep up, so if I go back I might use this idea as a way to keep motivated.
I hope you have a great week!
Thank you! You too!