Sunday Post #264

Sunday Post

The Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

It has been a long week. Not bad, just long. We’ve been really busy at work, which is fine, but after awhile the days start to blend together. I read a bit less this week because I had issues finding a decent book to listen to while I worked. I usually pick something around 8 to 9 hours long to listen to on Tuesday, and then again on Thursday, but I am hitting a wall on my library’s crappy app and I’m trying not to spend a bunch of money on Audible.

Books Read

  • Death Note Vol. 11 (Manga)
  • Death Note Vol. 12 (Manga)
  • MeruPuri Vol. 2 (Manga)
  • Magic Knight Rayearth II Vol. 1 (Manga)
  • Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody

Last Week

Tell Me Tuesday

Women in Sports by Rachel Ignotofsky (4.5 Stars Review)

Book Haul

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9 Responses to Sunday Post #264

  1. How many volumes of Death Note are there? The cover of Steamforged is cool. I hope you find some good audio for work. Have a wonderful week. 🙂

  2. Greg says:

    Daughter of the Burning City has me really curious with that premise, I’m thinking I want to try it but I guess I’m waiting on a few reviews first.

    Love the look of Steamforged.

  3. kozbisa says:

    My co-blogger loved Daughter of the Burning City. I hope you like it too.

  4. Ooh, Magic Knight Rayearth 🙂 that was my absolute favorite anime series. I loved it soooo much. Who’s your favorite character in the manga?
    And have a great week too, BTW 🙂

  5. Listening to a book while working…I fear no work would get done. This does explain my slow reading progress though.

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