Weekly Recap 4/1-4/7

I’m headed out of town again today so I won’t be doing the hops. I’m thinking of trying something new on Fridays but am still brainstorming. More info to come!

My weekly recap is inspired by the phenomenally talented, kind and generous Small Review. If you are not already following her, you are really missing out.

If you’re a first time visitor, or just didn’t get the chance to stop by this week, here’s what you missed:

Features and Memes
Silly Sunday – Vampire Diaries Parody
Watch a funny parody of TVD and learn why I love the show.

Writing Wednesday – Q1 check-in and Q2 goals
An update on my writing goals.

I was interviewed at Jess Free Falcon about blogging and writing.
Check it out!

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
(book and movie review)
4/5 stars
Show Me the Free Challenge
2011 Gothic Reading Challenge

City of Glass by Cassandra Clare
5/5 stars
YA Series Challenge

13 to Life by Shannon Delany
2/5 stars
Shifter Challenge

And most importantly…

Don’t forget to enter my giveaway for Anna and the French Kiss and Leviathan– running all month long!

3 thoughts on “Weekly Recap 4/1-4/7

  1. I'm reading Jane Eyre right now, so I'm not going to look at your review until I've finished(because I like surprises, and I started this book w/out really knowing what it was about), but 4/5 definitely looks promising. =) I just finished the part where Jane leaves school, and I cried when Helen passed away, which really surprised me, given that it's a classic and written in that style.Thanks for directing me to Small Review! =)

  2. After Mr. Rochester was introduced, I finished it in one sitting, lol. At 6:30 in the morning. Totally worth it. =) So I read in your review that Jane's early years are rather glossed over in the movie–is Helen's character impactful, or was she mostly cut for the sake of time? Curious, I am.

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