#SundayPost: Adulting is a scam


Posted February 24, 2019 in Roundup Tags:

Sunday Post

Welcome to this week’s Sunday Post. This feature is brought to you by The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, so swing by after you are done here and get the full list of participants!

What I Reviewed:

What’s Coming Up:

  • Tumble by Adriana Locke
  • Angel by Janie Crouch
  • Fierce Justice by Piper J Drake

This Week’s New Releases:

Open Giveaways:

What I Found Online:

Im pretty psyched for this challenge:

 

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💬 Is your TBR is getting the best of you? . Real talk time: I’ve been in a bit of a reading/blogging funk the last few months. (You can probably tell by the lack of activity here.) I think it’s partially because I’m more or less reading on a schedule, something that never really interested me. It makes blogging feel too much like work and, at the end of the day, this is still a hobby. It’s supposed to be fun. It might be because I took on too much, but I’ve found I kinda resent my ARCs at times. THAT IS NOT OK. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not ungrateful. AT ALL. I’m giddy every time I receive a new book for review. I’m so thankful for the opportunity to read SO MANY of my favorite authors’ words before they’re released. But I have all these books on my shelves (and TBR carts and ereader) that I was excited about at one time. I want to give them some love, too. .  I got to thinking about all this over the weekend and decided I need to shift my focus a little. Hit the reset button if you will. I only have a couple ARCs for March and I’m going to (try to) keep it that way. (The struggle is real.) Instead of focusing on the new and upcoming books in March, I want to truly tackle my TBR. With that, TBR March was born. I got some good feedback when I posted about it on here, so I decided to make it “a thing”. . If you feel like your TBR is getting the best of you, you’re not alone. Join me for the TBR March Reading Challenge (#TBRMarch19). Check out the full details on the blog. The link’s in my bio. . . . #bookstagram #readingchallenge #bookstagramchallenge #amreading #bookblogger #booksofig #bookaholic #reader #igreads #tacklemytbr #mytbr #tbrmarch #kimberlyfayereads #booksharks

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Also, did you see Twitter explode with #CopyPasteCris?!?!?! Bananas!

This Week’s Book Haul:

Audio ARCs thanks to Tantor Media:

digital ARCs thanks to the authors and publishers:

Freebies I snagged because I have no willpower:

Non-Bookish News:

This week being an adult totally kicked my butt. My bank account was overdrawn, I hurt my back, and I have a cold. Also, we have an appraisal on the house this week so I have to clean from top to bottom. Does adulting ever get easier?!? Why do I feel like they should revoke my adult card or something. I obviously do not have a handle on this.

Its been so rainy here that everything is flooded. Wednesday we actually got some ice/freezing rain so we had a 2 hour delay for school. By the time my principal made the call, I was already in my car. So I just went on in and spent some time getting caught up on paperwork. It was actually kind of nice!

I think I’m out of my reading slump. I have had a string of really great reads lately! Hopefully it stays good.

So, whats new with you this week? Did you read any of the same books I did? Did you find any great book deals I need to grab ASAP? Let me know in the comments!

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11 responses to “#SundayPost: Adulting is a scam

  1. Sorry your week wasn’t so great! I hope you feel better.
    I saw the TBR for March, I am currently doing what I thought was the year long one so I am sort of confused why she has one for the month I need to look at that.

    I hope this week is better for you Samantha! Happy Reading! xx

  2. Well samantha I don’t think we can have our adult card revoked sadly. It’s true that I often think fondly and longingly about my childhood when we had not a care but alas there is no way to go back. So my advice would be: chin high girl and make the best of it! Hope next week is quieter!

  3. Yeah even vacation requires adult skills if you do anything. This is one reason why I thought being married would be great in having a partner so for a day here and there one could retreat and most of the time the workload would be shared. Unfortunately I was the primary adult. It ends up being easier not having a partner when it is really just another responsibility. At least now I know it’s me. I don’t count on anyone who doesn’t follow through.

    It’s finally stopped raining. I’m so happy! And I do have great books!

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