{Mirror Mirror} Pretty Books, Co-Blogging at Novel Ink & Recharging at the Beach

Posted June 3, 2017 by Bee in Memes & Features / 8 Comments

Mirror Mirror is our feature that replaces the old Stacking The Shelves/Weekly Recap posts.

New On My Shelves

For Review

~ Good and Gone by Megan Frazer Blakemore
~ Like Water by Rebecca Podos
~ Kat & Meg Conquer the World by Anna Priemaza
~ They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera
~ Emily and the Spellstone by Michael Rubens
~ As You Wish by Chelsea Sedoti
~ Dear Martin by Nice Stone
~ League of American Traitors by Matthew Landis
~ Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi

In My Life

~ I started co-blogging at Novel Ink! It’s been great so far. Madalyn and Erica have been super welcoming, as are their readers. Go visit me over there, please?

~ I’m starting up therapy slowly but surely. I was recommended for a thing called an MPD traject. Which loosely translates to Multifunctional Psychotherapeutic Outpatient Treatment. This basically consists of me going to the hospital 4 days a week from 9am to 4pm for a mix of different therapies personalized to my needs. So. I have my first appointment where they get to know me and such next week. EEP.

~ I went to the beach with my best friend Steph and it was EXACTLY what I needed. The sea breeze works wonders on me, seriously. Have some pictures.

So what’s new with you this week? Tell me all about it in the comments!

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8 responses to “{Mirror Mirror} Pretty Books, Co-Blogging at Novel Ink & Recharging at the Beach

  1. Nathan

    You got a nice haul of books. I finished the beastly tales last book Devastation by M.J. Haag, a Beauty and the Beast adult retelling. I liked how it dewlt with attempted sexual assults aftermath. A book you might be interested in is Naomi: The strawberry Blond of Pippu Town by Karmel Schreyer. It is a middle grade book about a Canadian girl who spends a year in Japan. It has diversity and could could use it to learn about Japans culture and even a few words in Japaneses. I have a fascination with Japan. I got The White Heart of Justice by Jill Archer at the library. It is on my TBR list. I wish you well with your treatment. I saw my neuropsychiatrist the other week over the computer and he feels I should see him in person. But this will be at a different hospital so I am a little nervous. I see him next week. I hope your better soon.

  2. You got some great books this week. I actually got to meet the author of Beasts made of Night at BEA. They were so nice. I hope you get better. I actually love seeing those beach pictures.

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