This week was the first week that all teachers and staff had to be back in the building working every day. And the Kansas state legislature decided that all schools needed to be back offering full time school by the end of March, so instead of kids coming back on April 5th, they will now be coming back on March 31st. We’ll have a half day for usual Wednesday staff development on that day. They’ll be back April 1st, then they have Friday April 2nd off for end of quarter staff development and time for teachers to work on grades. But whatever. I did make a book display for when the kids come back. It’s a bunch of the books that have been made into tv series or movies. I found the idea for Bookflix online and just tried to make it my own with the space I had to use.
My little Dora had to have some teeth pulled this week. Poor girl. She has hardly any teeth left on the top of her mouth. This is a picture of her that night sitting on my lap. She was so sleepy and tired and out of it, but kept fighting going to sleep. It was cute and sad at the same time.
I got three surprise ARCs in the mail this week from Sourcebooks Fire:
Because I loved The Secret Recipe of Moving On so much, and I only had an e-galley of it, I had to buy a physical copy for my bookshelf since it was so pretty!
I won an audiobook copy of this one:
And I got three free e-book deals:
Last week’s posts:
Reviews: The Secret Recipe for Moving On by Karen Bischer with Giveaway, Under Pressure by Allie Winters, Wallflower by Cookie O’Gorman with Giveaway, Hard Luck by Sara Ney, and Weights of Wrath by M.E. Carter
Weekly posts: Lisa’s Looking Forward To #102 – Special Author Interview Edition with Better Than the Movies author Lynn Painter
How was your week? Did you get any new books?
Also, while you’re here, there’s only a few days left for the two giveaways I have running so make sure you go check them out here if you haven’t yet, and if you have, remember that you can tweet once a day, so there are still more entries available for you: