Sunday Post #272

Sunday Post

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

Another week has gone in a flash. It started out pretty rough due to all the stress I’ve been under, but things started to really get better Wednesday and I finished out the week with energy and a smile. I don’t know that I’ve gotten a single thing done, but it is what it is. Work has been really busy thanks to the holidays and sales happening (for those who don’t know I work for a jewelry company and I put jewelry together), and it’s only going to get worse thanks to new products being introduced and Black Friday/Christmas sales hitting next week onward.

RP nights were really good this week. I have extreme social anxiety and it’s somewhat inconsistent at the best of times when it comes to game nights. Some nights I can barely open my mouth without wanting to slam myself head first into something, and others I have no issues being social and opening up. This week was an easy week. Hopefully, tonight will go just as well.

Books Read

  • Waking Gods by Slyvain Neuvel
  • Descender Vol. 1: Tin Stars (Graphic Novel)
  • Lumberjanes Vol. 5: Band Together (Graphic Novel)

Last Week

What We See in the Stars by Kelsey Oseid (4.5 Star Review)

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Book Haul


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2 Responses to Sunday Post #272

  1. Pragya says:

    I am glad to hear the week eventually went easy on you. Hoping the same this week around. I hope you enjoy Anne of Green Gables. 😀

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