Holy cheese! Has another week gone by already? You know what that means? It’s time for another edition of The Sunday Post!
For those who are new here, The Sunday Post is a meme where we share what’s happened on our blogs, what we’ve been up to, and our favorite posts from around the blogosphere! It was created by Kimberly @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
This Week on Comma Hangover
The Sunday Post // August 6, 2017
This is My Genre, Tell Me Yours Tag
Book Review: The Vegetarian by Han Kang
Audiobook Review: The Hypnotist’s Love Story by Liane Moriarty
WWW Wednesday // August 9, 2017
Book Traveling Thursdays // A Book Every Book Lover Should Read
Back to Hogwarts Cramathon TBR
Friday 56 // The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill
Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Harnett
The Pastry Book Tag
Book Style // We Could Be Beautiful by Swan Huntley
This week I finished The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill and I am well on my way to finishing The Goddesses by Swan Huntley. I should have a review of the former up in the next week or so, and I should have a review of The Goddesses up later this week, possibly early next week.
What Else Have I Been Up To
Honestly, I haven’t been up to much. It’s been a long week and an emotionally draining one at that.
The biggest news to report is that I have been watching Peaky Blinders on Netflix! I am trying to get ready for Season 4 on Netflix. I’ve gotta say Helen McCrory is pretty awesome as Aunt Polly.
I also just watched the final episode of Orphan Black last night, and I am working on my review for Tell-Tale TV! It’s killing me. I have never been more broken up about a show ending, and I know it’s irrational, but bookworms…you all understand. A story is coming to an end. For those who have caught up my review of the penultimate episode is up.
Around the Blogosphere
Alice @ Artic Books wrote up a list of twenty-five books with bisexual protagonists. It looks like there are some great reads on there for anyone looking to expand their repertoire.
Em @ Keystroke Blog talked about DNFing books and why we choose to DNF books. She even talks about her own list of DNFed books. DNFing books is a subject that I am struggling with right now because I try not to DNF too often, but looking back there are definitely books I should have.
Analee @ Book Snacks posted a list of challenging life goals that every book worm has, it makes me nod, laugh, and then sigh at the futility of being a bookworm.
Michelle @ Book Adventures asked female bloggers to recommend books with strong female characters in honor of South Africa’s National Women’s Day. It’s a great list, full of some books that I have read and many more that I want to read.
Emma @ The Book Crunch reflected on how she owns more TBR than read books. I won’t lie, I’ve been there, and I am trying to combat it with the Beat the Backlist challenge.
Beth @ Reading Every Night wrote a detailed post on blogging and time management. Isn’t that something we all need to find a balance with?
Em @ Keystroke Blog also posted a discussion on the presence of black birds in young adult literature. Scroll down to the comments for a joke about crows from yours truly!
Shruti @ This is Lit wrote a hilarious post about seven types of book bloggers we’ve all seen! If you don’t think you’ve been all of them at some point: you’re probably lying.
Holly @ Nut Free Nerd talked about the dreaded phrase: “Well, at least you’re reading something.” Check out her post and share your thoughts.
That’s it for this week’s edition of The Sunday Post. What have you guys been up to this week? Share your thoughts in the comments below!