Weekly Wrap Up: June 24-30

I just planned a trip to New Hampshire, so I’m excited to go swimming, kayaking, and exploring. Do you guys like to take in the wonders of nature? Or do you prefer the quiet and safety of your favourite book reading nook? (Or both!) Let me know!

Books I Reviewed This Week:

The Gilded Wolves (The Gilded Wolves, #1)

The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi – My Review

Books I Read This Week:

The Princess and the Fangirl (Once Upon a Con, #2)

The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston

There's Something About Sweetie

There’s Something About Sweetie by Sandhya Menon

Currently Reading:

The Legend of Korra: Ruins of the Empire, Part One (Ruins of the Empire, #1)

Legend of Korra: Ruins of the Empire, Part 1

Other Bookish Posts:

Fairyloot Unboxing – Finale (Special Edition Box)

Top 5 Tuesday – Fantasy

Monthly Wrap Up – June/July


What books did you guys read this week, any new favourites? I’d love to get more recommendations as if my TBR pile isn’t big enough already!

Any reads on your summer TBRs? Books you’re looking forward to in 2019 (or even 2020)? Let me know in the comments below!





6 responses to “Weekly Wrap Up: June 24-30”

  1. SHA @ Book Princess Reviews Avatar

    New Hampshire sounds like it’s going to be fun! I’m absolutely terrible at kayaking, I have none of the upper arm strength required.

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    1. kyera Avatar

      Have you gone kayaking on a river or a lake?

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      1. SHA @ Book Princess Reviews Avatar

        Oof, hard question. I went when I was maybe ten years ago so I’m not quite sure. I think it was a river. The whole thing was about two hours long and I wasn’t prepared at all. It was included in a week long camping trip that for the most part, was just arts and crafts, running games, etc. AKA I never built up any arm strength and didn’t EXPECT to need any endurance like that. And it wasn’t a lazy kayak trip either, it was pretty fast pace. Honestly I think it was poorly organized which led to my bad experience, and that’s impacted my view of it all.

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      2. kyera Avatar

        Oh gosh yes, that’s not great. I’d always recommend trying it again and maybe checking out a nice, calm lake? That gives you plenty of time to just relax and drift if you wanted a break.

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      3. SHA @ Book Princess Reviews Avatar

        A lake certainly would be a better option. What are you thinking for kayaking? Have you been before?

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      4. kyera Avatar

        I’m so sorry, I never got the notification for these comments! I just found them when I was going through my admin panel. Okay, so I’ve been kayaking before. I used to go a lot with my dad when I was younger. He rented on a lake one year, which was super nice in the summer. I have my own kayak and just bought a second one so that my mom or Alex could go out with me (my dad doesn’t need one, he has two.)


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