Weekly Reading Plans!

Friday Reads {03/15/19}

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading!

Since I posted my most recent post (click here if you missed it), I have read two full books! Even though it took me ten days to get back into reading, I have found my groove again! Since I need to catch up on a lot of ARCs/backlist titles I was planning on reading earlier in the month, I thought it would be fun to share my weekend reading plans with you. While this may seem quite ambitious, I have found myself reading over 200 pages every night for the past few days, so if that trend continues then it should not be to hard to read at least two of these books over this weekend. I cannot even remember the last time I posted a “Friday Reads” post, so I hope you enjoy this “blast from the past”!

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The first book I plan on reading this weekend is “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins Reid. I started this one last night and am enjoying it so far! I have never heard so many fantastic reviews of a book until I started hearing about this one, so I hope it lives up to all of the hype!

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The next book I plan on reading is “The Hiding Place” by C.J. Tudor. When I featured this one in a previous post, a lot of you told me that you had read it and enjoyed it, so I hope this one lives up to the hype as well! Thanks to Penguin Random House Canada for sending me a finished copy of this book!

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The last book I hope to at least start this weekend in “Hamartia” by Raquel Rich. Raquel sent me a copy of her book in exchange for a review, and I was planning on reading it last week, but since I got sick I wasn’t able to. I read a bit of it and am enjoying it so far, so I plan on reading it either this weekend or at the beginning of next week!

Those are the three books I hope to read in three days! I hope I finish at least one of them and read a good chunk of another one! What are your reading plans for this weekend?!

Good Night Book Owls!

4 thoughts on “Friday Reads {03/15/19}

  1. I enjoyed The Hiding Place as well as her first one The Chalk Man – I hope you like it. Ms. Tudor is an evil genius!

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