The quarantine has been going on for 6-ish weeks around here, maybe a little more or a little less where you are. But that’s still a long time. Long enough for habits to develop. And certainly long enough for this to start feeling like normal life. A very different normal life from before, but still, this has been going on long enough that this now feels like real life. I have to wonder what the “new normal” is going to look like, someday, because the old normal feels like it’s been swept away, both for good and for bad. But for real either way.
And in the meantime there’s plenty to read! This past week’s crop of books was particularly excellent. Even in what has felt like two months of Mondays, or something like that, good books are always a win!
A- Review: Sword of Shadows by Jeri Westerson
B+ Review: Mission: Her Shield by Anna Hackett
A+ Review: The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
A- Review: Girl Gone Viral by Alisha Rai
A+ Review: And They Called It Camelot by Stephanie Marie Thornton
Stacking the Shelves (389)
Coming This Week:
Her Seafaring Scoundrel by Sophie Barnes (blog tour review)
The Lost Boys of London by Mary Lawrence (review)
The Ingredients of You and Me by Nina Bocci (blog tour review)
The Secrets of Love Story Bridge by Phaedra Patrick (blog tour review)
Mother May I Giveaway Hop