Weekly Round-Up 3/19/2017

Well this post doesn’t even feel like it’s worth writing because this past week just didn’t really get off the ground for me. It’s one of those weeks when I just fell like I haven’t accomplished anything. So let’s see how under-accomplished my week really was.


TBR started at 272. I finished one book … one book … I am 60% through the next one on the list. The only positive note is that I didn’t add any new titles, so the week ends at 271. Not a good showing.


A very small nudge here. The one book I finished was a NetGalley title so my review of it bumped me from a 71% to 72%.

Coming Up

That 60% completion is for “Echoes From Death” by Helen Hanson which there is an outside chance I will finish today. Heads up, I’m really enjoying it and while it’s book 3 in the series, I think it’s even better than book 2. My review will go up on March 28th to coincide with the release of the book. After that will be “Where Dead Men Meet” by Mark Mills. So, wish me luck that this week is at least a little more productive and I hope you all have a great week.

Happy Reading!


2 thoughts on “Weekly Round-Up 3/19/2017

  1. I’ve only recently reached 72% as well. Sure hope to reach 80% before 2017 comes to a close. It’s hard going when you get 3 or 4 new ones every month. LOL


  2. Good for you! It seems like every time I post feedback my score goes up 1%. I think the longer you’ve had a book the more it counts against you so I’m trying to whittle down the “over 3 months” listing. We will succeed, I just know it!


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