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So last week I was really stressed out with school. More so than I thought. I didn't even feel like doing anything over the weekend. Thank goodness that week's over! I scheduled my week this week so things wouldn't catch me off guard. After this week I will be more in the flow with everything so that's good. I will have three, count them three giveaways this week! Buahahaha! It's going to be awesome. That being said one of the giveaways will be in March. It's already March people! That's insane.
I'm sure you can tell by now that I got a new template for my blog. Sigh... I know my blog is forever changing but I think it looks nice right now. Hopefully I will like this design for a long time.
Past Week Reads
I absolutely loved The Secret Circle show. I've been watching this book on the shelf of my University since last semester when I finally decided to just buy it already. It's very different from the book but also good in it's own way so good in fact that I read it in one sitting.
This is what I was supposed to read last week but again school prevented me. I'm starting today and I'm going to try to read it all in one sitting so I can get a review for you all tomorrow. Wish me luck!
Look What I Got!
So you know I bought The Secret Circle. It has two books in one and is pretty lengthy. The Candymakers is something I won from Jennifer Bertman: From the Mixed-Up Files. I didn't expect it to be so long either. Reminds me a lot of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It should be good. Side Note: Is saying "Look What I Got" sound like I'm bragging too much in a bad way?
"The year is 1867, and Richmond, Virginia, lies in ruins. By day fourteen-year-old Shadrach apprentices with a tailor and sneaks off for reading lessons from Rachel, a freed slave who runs a school for black children. By night he follows his older brother to the meetings of a brotherhood, newly formed to support Confederate widows and grieving families like his. As the true murderous mission of the brotherhood—now known as the Ku Klux Klan—emerges, Shad is trapped between his pledge to them and what he knows is right. In this unflinching view of the bitter animosity that stemmed from economic and social upheaval in the South during the period of Reconstruction, it’s clear that the Civil War has ended, but the conflict isn’t over."
What are you reading this week?