Weekend Wrap Up // May 3, 2019

This week felt kind of short, but maybe that’s because it’s the start of a new month! I did spend Tuesday morning watching Avengers: Endgame, which was a nice way to end the month. The final day of the month to watch the final Avengers movie. After I watched it, I had to check out the Half in the Bag about it. I would strongly suggest not watching that interview until after you’ve watched the movie. It’s got SPOILERS everywhere and I don’t want to be the person that ruins the movie for you. Here’s the trailer for the movie if you didn’t know the Avengers are finally coming to an end. This movie was legit 10 years in the making.

This weekend, I’ll be heading off to YallWest; a YA and Middle Grade book festival that takes place every year. Funnily, it’s in my town so I’ll be moseying over there on Friday night and Saturday to check out fun booths, giveaways, and just have a regular old time. I’ll be representing BookSparks for the weekend sharing a new book around the festival.

Links I Loved

Actually, not much happened for me this week. Therefore, I present you with these bunnies.

Blog posts from the Week

This week was short for me as I get my bearings and begin a new month of reading. I shared my monthly wrap up and my plans for May. I’m really excited about it being Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage month. Being Asian myself, I love sharing stories from #ownvoices and it makes me excited to dive into these reads.

April was definitely an interesting month of reading. It was my first month at a new job plus it was my anniversary month and so many other great events taking place. I can’t wait to see what May has in store!

What I’m Reading This Weekend

I’m having a tough time choosing what I’ll read this weekend. Maybe a YA romance? Perhaps the start of an epic fantasy? I don’t know what the future will hold. I think what I’ll do is start The Poppy War by RF Kuang since I need to read The Dragon Republic for work.

But I’ll probably start with Somewhere Only We Know by Maureen Goo!

What are you reading this weekend?


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