{Weekly Wrap Up} Week of October 20-27th

October 27, 2019 weekly Wrap Up 21

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Hey guys! How has your week been?

I have decided to get back into weekly wrap ups, monthly wrap ups and a few discussion and meme posts. Right now I am thinking about top 10 tuesday and can’t wait wednesday, but I would love to hear from you what kinds of posts you love seeing on blogs. Please let me know in the comments below!

A week in the Life of Book Briefs: 

This has been a super crazy year for me and it is only getting busier. Work is busier than ever, so my weeks are normally, wake up- work-come home late- go to sleep- repeat. But I love my job, so it’s all good. In addition to work, my sister and one of my friends are both getting married in early 2020 and I am in both of their weddings. Which means lots of planning help. And my husband and I are moving! My family bought some land, and we are going to be building a house (in a year or two). Until then, we are going to be moving into the current house on the property. I will be sure to keep you guys posted on the house progress if that is something of interest to you. (Let me know!)

This week had more than a few overwhelming moments of freak out, and lots of work, packing and planning for November events.

November Events: 

2 Bachelorette Parties to plan and attend

1 Bridal Shower to plan and attend

1 Bridal shower to plan (for December)

1 Apartment to move (complete with library)

Thanksgiving

Number of freak outs ?????

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Books I got this week:

*Thank you so much to Entangled Teen, Tor Teen, Random House Children’s, St. Martin’s Press, Penguin Random House, Berkley, Amazon Publishing, 47 North, Wunderkind PR, Disney Book Group, Big Honcho Media and all of the authors for these awesome books! *
(Click on the book covers to go to the book goodreads/amazon page)
ARCs: 
Find Me Their Bones (Bring Me Their Hearts, #2) Sick Kids in Love Gravemaidens (Gravemaidens, #1) A Bond Undone: The Definitive Edition The Killing Fog (The Grave Kingdom, #1)
Finished Copies: 
Never-Contented Things The Bookworm Crush Poppy Redfern and the Midnight Murders (A Woman of WWII Mystery #1) The Fowl Twins
Bought: 
Angel Mage
(From LitJoyCrate)
Weekly Recap
This week on the blog I brought you:

This week was SmartyPants Romance week on my blog. All of my reviews are from that publishing line. If you are new to the line, I explain why it is so unique in all of my reviews haha

Check them out 🙂
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Next Week on the Blog:
*Note: These are not final. Some posts may change*
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Monday:
{Review} Faerie Games by Michelle Madow
Tuesday:
{Review} Finding Dorothy by Elizabeth Letts
Top 10 Tuesday
Wednesday:
Waiting on Wednesday
{Excerpt+Giveaway} Panic by Dawn Brazil
Thursday:
{Review} Woodhouse Hall by Sara Marks
Friday:
{ARC Review+Giveaway} Sisters of Shadow and Light by Sara B. Larson
{Review+Giveaway} A Touch of Darkness by Scarlett St. Clair

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TBR Pile:

Find Me Their Bones (Bring Me Their Hearts, #2) Gravemaidens (Gravemaidens, #1) The Love Playbook Fortuna Sworn

Leave me links to your Sunday posts/stacking the shelves in the comments and I will check them out 🙂

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    21 Responses to “{Weekly Wrap Up} Week of October 20-27th”

    1. Kel

      Wow, that is a crazy schedule ahead! (And I feel your pain on the daily grind. That’s basically my schedule right now, too. ^^) Best of luck with the schedule, the move, and the HOUSE!! That’s wonderful, and the HGTV nerd in me would love to hear how that progresses! Have lots of fun with all of it!

      • Michelle @ Book Briefs

        Thanks!! I hope all has been well with you. I wish I could tell you it gets less busy, but it hasn’t happened that way for me yet. haha

        I will be sure to keep you posted on the house. I am super excited!

    2. Maire @ Stringchronicity

      Thanks for stopping by Stringchronicity! Sounds like you have a lot on your plate with moving and wedding party prep. Remember to take a little time to put your feet up now and then. Self-care is important 🙂

    3. Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

      Between work and wedding and moving… you have a lot in the works! Fingers crossed that everything goes smoothly. I hope you enjoy all your new books. I’ve seen some fantastic reviews for Sick Kids in Love.

    4. Anne

      That’s a hectic schedule. I moved this year and it is an ongoing process. It’s exciting you get to build a house. I’ve always kind of wanted to do that. The closest I’ve come is completely redoing 3 custom kitchens and now I’m in a house without a custom kitchen, maybe someday I would do that part.

      I only read one of the Smartypants romances you did Code of Conduct. I was really excited for it but it somehow felt – smug? Like the characters were the best and they know it. It was fun and I enjoyed it. It did have the more of the original series characters than any other so maybe that is why it was weird to me. I hope it’s going well as it’s a cool concept.

      Have a great week and happy reading! Thanks for visiting my blog.

      Anne – Books of My Heart

    5. Sam@wlabb

      Wow! You have a lot going on! But, all are such great things. Good luck with the move and the show plans. I liked The Love Playbook. The ending part really got to me. I love stuff like that, and I ADORED Sick Kids. SO good! I hope you enjoy all your new books.

    6. Stormi Johnson

      Wow, you are totally super busy! Glad you have a job you love so it doesn’t bother you working late. If all jobs where like that. 🙂

      You got some great looking books! Enjoy!

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