The Sunday Post

The Sunday Post is a recap of the past week (or so) for book bloggers.

I should do this more often! I did it a few times last year but didn’t stick with it.

Reviews for books read last week:

The Spy Who Came in From the Cold by John le Carre
Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine (National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry)

Reviews from earlier this month:

Deal Me In Short Story Challenge so far this year:

Upcoming reviews:
Galileo’s Daughter: A Historical Memoir of Science, Faith and Love by Dava Sobel

The Black Tides of Heaven by J.Y. Yang

The Happy Prince & Other Stories

Other happenings:
I have signed up for Dewey’s 24 hour ReadathonApril 6th. I am not sure how much I will read for this, but it will be my 6th Dewey’s Readathon. Not sure how much reading I will get done, but I will record my reading and post at some point. (My last time participating was in July last year.) I am in the GoodReads group for the readathon, but this will be my first time writing about the readathon on my blog, because I skipped the October readathon last year. So I think I will do the opening and/or closing survey on my blog, and check in on GoodReads a little bit. The group does week-long, unofficial readathons in the two weeks before the big readathon, so there’s one going on right now.

Pages Unbound is hosting two weeks of Tolkien-related posts as part of a Tolkien Reading Event. The first post was yesterday (March 25), the date of the downfall of Sauron in The Lord of the Rings. I will be following the posts and discussions!

In April,  Ruth @ A Great Book Study is hosting a readalong for A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. I’m in!

I guess that’s all for now!

Published by Beth @ Beth's Bookish Thoughts

This blog is for my thoughts on reading. A couple of my friends on GoodReads have blogs, so eventually I decided to start one myself. I hope to get involved in the book blogging community and become a better reader and writer! I am not accepting copies of new books for review, but I would be interested in new editions or new translations of classic authors. Find me on Upwork (as an editor) in the profile link. From September 2018 to October 2020 I blogged at Blogger.

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