This has been a good week, although I feel like I could use a few extra hours of sleep. The husband and I are on a sort of cleaning/sorting/donating spree which is wonderful, but exhausting. It's going to be good to have some room to spare, especially with a certain little boy's birthday and Christmas coming up soon. We also finished Parks and Rec this week and we have a lot of feelings, mainly sadness.
This week, I sped though the delightful Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library and savored Sarah Bessey's new book Out of Sorts. There was a part of me that wanted to read a chapter a day and really think about what Bessey wrote, but there was another part that just wanted to soak up every word in one sitting.
On the blog this week, I reviewed The Crescent Spy and I linked up with Nonfiction November to suggest fiction and nonfiction pairings.The little girl and I also reviewed Laurie Berkner's newest CD of songs for kids. If you are looking to add to your toppling piles of books, make sure to visit my giveaway for The Crescent Spy!
Now I'm reveling in Nonfiction November with Eric Metaxas' Bonhoeffer and making time for fiction too with Harriet Wolf's Seventh Book of Wonders.
What are you reading this week?