Weekly Wrap-Up: 6/2

Happy weekend fellow book lovers! We can finally start saying Fri-Yay and pretend that Mondays don’t exist (at least for the next couple of days). It’s been a very busy week on the blog but in the best way possible. So many exciting things happened at the end of May- I was able to catch up on some reviews of books I loved, I brought back Mini Review Monday, posted the first in a new series of FAQ for new bloggers and reviewers, and I had the privilege of being a guest on the lovely Anne Bogel’s podcast titled What Should I Read Next. If you haven’t checked out her bookclub Modern Mrs Darcy you really should. I’ll be including links of all my posts from the past week below, as well as my new NetGalley/Ebook accumulations and latest Bookstagram pictures as well. That said, a warm welcome to all the new followers here; please feel free to chat in the comments and let me know what you are reading!



Mini Review Monday: 5/29

FAQ: Getting Started

Modern Mrs Darcy Podcast (WSIRN Epi 81)

Review: He Said/She Said

Review: It Happens In The Hamptons


That’s it for this week! Feel free to follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Goodreads. Until next week, have a great weekend and happy reading! ❤


About The Suspense Is Thrilling Me

Chelsea is a happily married mother of two who's love of mysteries can be traced back to her first Nancy Drew experience. When not reading and writing book reviews, she likes to drink wine in her jammies and pretend that she exercises.
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19 Responses to Weekly Wrap-Up: 6/2

  1. Jenneeffer says:

    Hi!! Did you get to read The Dark Lake? I just finished it can’t to see what you think!

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  2. Rachel Bishop says:

    I like the whole “Monday doesn’t exist” deal! I read a meme this morning that said “I need a day between Saturday and Sunday!” Brilliant! I have The Doll Funeral on my book pile, maybe I will pull it out next. Right now reading the best crime thriller I think I have ever read, The Butterflies by Kim Waldron, the plot is perfectly amazing! Makes it sooooo good!

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  3. I have let my NetGalley pile get out of hand. I am reading one but still have 6 more to read. But it’s so hard not to request because I have NO control when it comes to books!

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  4. Oooh, Daughter of the Burning City is one of my most anticipated reads! I cannot wait to hear what you think of it!

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  5. I do love a creative presentation…and books that are arranged attractively seem to call out to me. I saw Stillhouse Lake yesterday in a NetGalley e-mail…maybe I need to add that one! Enjoy!

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  6. Deepika @LivelyPages says:

    Your bookstagram pictures are so pretty.I love that background

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  7. I’m so jealous. You got Against All Odds and Dangerous Game by Danielle Steel. I’m dying to read those books! lol.

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  8. You busy bee! 😀 I was a good girl and did not request anything from NG!! Yay me, hahaha!

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