#SundayPost: What a week…

Posted December 9, 2018 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:

And I did a few lists this week:

What’s Coming Up:

  • I have nothing scheduled! I have no required posts or ARCs due for the rest of the month! Its oddly amazing.

This Week’s New Releases:

Open Giveaways:

What I Found Online:

This Week’s Book Haul:

eARCs thanks to the authors and publishers:

Sleight of Hand by Julie Rowe
Audio ARCs thanks to Tantor Audio:

Non-Bookish News:

This week at work was seriously rough. I was so burnt out. We had one teacher resign so everyone was scrambling to deal with that. It always means more work for everyone else. Its exhausting to have to pick up more classes and get nothing in return (seriously, not even a Thank You). So, hopefully we all survive until Christmas and things will get sorted out.

Work exhaustion and drama pretty much ruined my week. So, I didn’t read much and I went to bed early. I did visit with some college friends Saturday which was nice. I love seeing them and we don’t get together often any more-we have jobs and husbands and things get busy. However, we love our time together and can always dive back in like no time has passed.

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: What a week…

  1. Sorry your week wasn’t so great. I hate when one day totally throws me off.
    That is great that you get together with friends like that. My mom has friends from HS that she still sees every month. They go to dinner, it’s really great.

    I hope this week is awesome for you Samantha! Happy Reading!

  2. Thank you! I know it’s not the thanks you’re looking for, but remember that there are people that appreciate you. I hate how easy it is to thank someone, yet those two words are spoken so infrequently. I used to teach, so I know I it feels when one just disappears. It makes an already difficult job feel impossible. I hope this week is an improvement for you!

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear?

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  3. Oh my what a stressful week in teaching. Hopeful you guys will survive until Christmas. I bet you are counting down the days to Winter Break. Let’s see. I’ve been reading, but not writing reviews. I use to right with in the week, but now I just don’t feel it, so they are going a long time before being written. This week I got my left wisdom teeth removed. Ya so not fun, which as made me more a TV watch then a reader this week. Hope this week is better. Happy Reading!

  4. I’m so glad you had time with friends. I wish I had a group close enough to do things like that. I chose to move away from some of the places I have lived but I miss the friends.

    Like you I have finished up the ARCs and stuff for this month and am enjoying the time to read other things I wanted to fit in this year. Or things I purchased but haven’t found time to read. That’s a long list. I hope this week is better and you fit in some reading time for you. Anne – Books of MY Heart

  5. Sorry to hear that about the teacher resigning, that must be tough having to pick up the slack like that! And at holiday time- hope it’s all sorted soon. And it’s nice to have friends you can just fall right back into the groove with.

    Hope your new week starts off good Samantha!

  6. I can seriously relate to the burn out. I actually took an impromptu mental health day on Wednesday, something I very rarely do. But I was just overwhelmed and DONE. I went in Thursday and arranged to take the whole week of Christmas off. This year has well and truly caught up with me. Hope this week is better for both of us!

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