Friday Reads | Prepping for My Blogiversary Edition


I have a lot of things I need to accomplish and a lot of the tasks on the list include preparing posts for my blogiversary and Down The Read-A-Thon Hole Challenge I am hosting! I have some DIYs, and pictures I need to complete as well as other end of the month wrap up posts. So it is definitely going to be a blog/Alice in Wonderland filled weekend. On top of that I have a lot of cleaning to do since I am going to have guests next week. But with all of this busy to do list I am hoping to get a ton of reading done as well.

I am almost finished listening to The Dazzling Heights by Katharine McGee, the second book in The Thousandth Floor trilogy. I am enjoying it so far, but I liked the first book a lot more than this one. It is filled with drama, deception and juicy gossip of course so it is definitely entertaining.

I also have made it about 30 pages into City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett. I had this book on my tbr like every month last year. I received it right when in was release back in like 2016 and was so excited for it because I loved City of Stairs! But it also made me nervous because it a fantasy novel that has a lot going on and the first book took me awhile to read it. I did have to read the last chapter of City of Stairs to refresh my memory. I really want to set aside some time to dive into this for sure this weekend.

Since I have a lot of cleaning, DIYing and blogging I will probably spend a lot of that time listening to an audiobook. I am just not sure which one yet, any suggestions?

What are you reading this weekend?



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