Stacking the Shelves #45: June 21

Sunday, 21 June 2015

This Week's Headlines:

Happy Father's Day, wonderful dads, grandfathers, uncles, brothers, I don't know! You are amazing individuals and inspirations to so many young people, and we all praise you! 

So... GUESS WHAT? I'm finally, finally done my exams! Last weekend I felt like I was going to pass out when hearing about that horrifying word, but I've made it through: Religion, Science and English. WOW. I'm a graduate of Grade Nine and survived my first year of high school! (I'm not exactly sure how... but I did.) Sitting in a room with thirty kids who all may have studied more (or less) than you is pretty intimidating, and I'm so glad to say that I'M DONE. One more day of school for me on Wednesday to discover my marks and IT'S SUMMER. But I'm already calling it summer at the moment, to be honest.

It's been a wonderful week weather-wise as well. I love how the temperature isn't so crazily humid that my eye sockets feel like burning up—it's the perfect, windy weather in the mid 20s. And then today is our first muggy day. I'll let you know how that went.

I JUST SAW JURASSIC WORLD AND I LOVED IT. Usually dinosaur premises kind of bore me and seem unrealistic, but CHRIS PRATT MADE EVERYTHING WONDERFUL. It's a great adaptation that seemed to have had so much work put into it, and was a true success! (4/5 stars, definitely.)

How was your week? Are you officially on summer break now? What are you planning on doing if you're a student?

My Book Haul:

WOOOT! It's SO gorgeous.

A million thank-yous to St. Martin's Press for a finished copy of Hello, I Love You by Katie M. Stout! It has one of the most unique premises for contemporary, AND WHO DOESN'T LIKE K-POP? LIKE HONESTLY?!

Post office —> P.S.? Get it? Hah. Hah.
I finally have a copy of the stunning P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han? I read the first one and absolutely adored it—Jenny's books are simple comfort reads!


  1. I've been hearing a tonne about both of those books on the blogosphere, hopefully you enjoy them! I still have a massive pile to read which I'm hoping to cut down while I'm in France, then I should be free to buy more.

    1. Yeaaahhh! Thank you so much Killian! (Have an amazing time at France, by the way! YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE SO MUCH FUN! SO JEALOUS!) That's the best! I have TOO many books to read and I won't ever set foot at the bookstore until I've finished at least 100. Hah.


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