Weekly Recap: February 5

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           What a surprise—I can’t ever do anything on time. In my defense, I did work all weekend, so I didn’t really have much time to do this and then I posted a review yesterday and didn’t want to double post, but excuses, right? I’m here, though! I’m here.


           Not much to report here. I finally got my review for Taking Turns by J.A. Huss up. I purchased Anything You Can Do by R.S. Grey and also All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood. I’m going to have to read All the Ugly and Wonderful Things first and then Anything You Can Do after because AtUaWT seems like it might be a heavy read. I’ll need R.S. Grey’s humor after that.

            Also, my review for The Hating Game by Sally Thorne will be up in the next couple of days (hopefully). Let’s just say that it’s definitely a favorite this year. And if I had read it last year, it would’ve been on my Best of 2016 list. I loved it so much!

            It’s so weird. I always write these right after I finished a book. So, again, I’m in between books right now. And I have so many to choose from. I honestly have no idea which book I’ll start next. Probably something super romantic and fluffy for Valentine’s Day. You know those anthologies that Stephanie Perkins put out? She needs to put out a Valentine’s Day themed one!

            How to Get Away with Murder was so fucking good last week! I’m so curious as to who killed Wes. (Oops… sorry if I spoiled anything for you.) I don’t believe that Frank did it. It’s just not possible.

            The winter finale of Teen Wolf was incredible. The writing is so amazing—like, I’ve never cared about a show’s characters so much until I started watching Teen Wolf. I mean, shit, I am still obsessed with Sterek and Tyler Hoechlin isn’t even on the show anymore.

            I watched Stuck in Love the other night and ugh. It was amazing. I cried. Please watch it.

            I also purchased some movies: 10 Things I Hate About You, Sweet Home Alabama, Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium, Kate & Leopold, and Tangled. I’ve watched all of those movies except Kate & Leopold, but rewatching movies is just as, if not more, fun than rereading books.

            I want to do a Valentine’s Day post, but I’m not sure exactly what kind of post I want to do. Last year, I did a list: 10 Love Stories That Will Make You Forget You Ever Hated Valentine's Day. If you have any ideas on what kind of post I should do, drop me a comment! I’ll be looking out!

Until Next Week…
The Wandereader

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