ME! ME! So I pretty much thought it was Monday all of Tuesday last week. If that makes sense. haha.
Anyway, I still haven't done too much reading. But I have read two books this week, which is really good for me, at the rate I'm going this summer.
I read Looking for Alaska by John Green the beginning of the week. Now you may be asking yourself right now, "Now why the heck hasn't she written her review for it yet?" Now the answer to that is simple: For a few days after reading, all I could think about was how AMAZING it was. And I'm pretty sure it would be the worse book review in the world if all I wrote was, "This book was amazing. Go buy now." So I've been working on it the last few days so it didn't sound completely stupid and ridiculous.
The second book I read was Avalon High by Meg Cabot. Yes, I've read it before. I saw it at my library when I was shelving books the other day, and I suddenly just felt like re-reading it. So I did. And since I haven't reviewed it for my blog yet, I'll probably be reviewing it. After Looking for Alaska.
I did finish 1984, if you're wondering. At about midnight the day before I had to have it finished. I hate procrastination. It's my worst enemy.
Right now, I'm in the middle of La Petite Four by Regina Scott. All I have to say right now is: amazing, Amazing, AMAZING! Can't wait to finish it.
I have also received a bunch of books in the mail this past week. I got, like, three books that I didn't even know were coming, which was pretty sweet I guess. So now, added to my quickly growing TBR pile are: Cruel Summer by Alyson Noel, House of Dance by Beth Kephert, and Twenty Fragments of a Ravenous Youth by Xiaolu Guo.
Who is excited for the Breaking Dawn release Saturday? I am! Me and my mom (who also reads the series) are going to a release party at a Barnes and Noble by us, which shall be fun. We've been fighting over who would get to read the book first for a really long time (pretty much since she pre-ordered it in, oh, May or so) and I am SO getting that package from Amazon before she does. :p
I hope to get a lot more reading done before school starts. Where did our summer go? It's almost August, and school here starts the day after Labor Day. It's kind of depressing that we really only have one month left. :(