Weekly What's Up - writing, reading, watching
It was the Oscars last Sunday! Honestly, I'm kinda disappointed with the wins (excluding Gary Oldman's and Sam Rockwell's) because I found them predictable, but I did love seeing all the beautiful outfits on the red carpet. I thought Emma Stone, Lupita Nyong'o, and Zendaya were definitely best dressed. They looked stunning. Oh! and I adored Frances McDormand's speech. Wow. It gave me goosebumps.
The trailer for the live action Christopher Robin has just been released, and it looks beautiful.
Oh and this happened.
GUYS I JUST FINISHED SEASON 6 OF F.R.I.E.N.D.S AND MONICA AND CHANDLER I CAN'T DEAL SOMEONE PLEASE HUG ME I'M CRYING SO MUCH pic.twitter.com/sUT2kOW89x— AMagicalWorldOfWords (@AmyNikitaWords) March 6, 2018
I did two mini book reviews for Big Little Lies and The Art of French Kissing, and both books are wonderful. Highly recommend them.
My first WIP Diaries post went up, and I shared a short story I wrote for a fairy tale competition... *hides in embarrassment*
I reviewed Ignite the Stars by Maura Milan. It is such an amazing YA sci-fi novel - definitely one of the best I've ever read.
To celebrate International Women's Day, I shared a list of some Biblical Heroines who inspire me <3
I did a discussion post about Goodreads ratings and how wrong I think it is to rate a book before you've read it.
I reviewed the amazing Molly's Game, an autobiography by the infamous Molly Bloom. It's such a good book.
I got a paperback ARC of The Perfect Girlfriend, and got approved for a Netgalley eARC of The Orphan's Wish!
Di reviews Hero At The Fall
Erica Robyn reviews The Hazel Wood
Lindsey shares three amazing ways To Celebrate International Women's Day
Lauren reviews The Wicked Deep
Genni shares 5 reasons why she loves Netgalley
Angela reviews 2 Snow White retellings
Alyssa shares a swoon from Sky in the Deep
Tânia celebrates women in YA fiction
Heather reviews Renegades
How has your week been? What are you reading and watching?