What did I miss? is a feature here at The Grammarian’s Reviews showcasing weekly updates and highlights from both here and other bloggers. So let’s get on with the recap!
My reading comfort zone — Sometimes expanding your reading tastes can backfire.
Book sessions: a reminder — Just a quick reminder that there’s still time to join the first session! Come read and chat without worrying about reviewing!
Authors: the Twitter experience — Authors aren’t always what we hoped they’d be.
Book jewelry — I found the cutest little book charms on etsy and had to share them!
Whip it Up Mondays — The many uses of Greek Yogurt.
I got to work from home this week, and aside from some work hiccups, it was really nice getting to sleep in a little later and being surrounded by family and hanging with friends. Also, internship is almost over! Coming into the home stretch right now. Couldn’t be more excited at the thought of getting to finally settle at home for a month. Commuting almost two hours is such a pain. (Yet, the work and experience is well worth it.)
Far as reading goes this week, I finished the last of Beauty Queens by Libba Bray and am about to begin Red Glove by Holly Black. I also bought Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson. So, basically, I’ve very excited about my upcoming reads!
…Oh! And my blog birthday is less than three weeks away and I’ve got nothing planned! Time really did fly away from me. TGR will be two. TWO! My little site is almost a toddler! …Anyway, have any ideas for a birthday bonanza?
Review Requests — Amanda discusses what should be proper etiquette used for sending review requests to bloggers.
Need a good contemp? — Then check out Liz’s Top 10 favorite YA contemps!
Tea, anyone? — Guiltless Reading found the cutest Alice in Wonderland teas, cookies and cupcakes.
Revisiting the 90s — Tara has a great nostalgic post about 90s teen mags, like YM and Teen Beat. (Man, I miss the 90s.)
Pocket Princesses — Because they’re cute.
Having it All — Author Jennifer Hubbard talks feminism.
Tiger Lily, a review — Nafiza’s powerful review only fueled my need for this book even more.
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