Sunday Rundown: That’s What She Read

books, films, rundown
Sunday Rundown

What have you been reading this week?

It’s been a bit of a weird week all in all. I’ve barely read a thing and I haven’t really felt like doing much. I need to get my act together before the end of the month. I’m still on book 2 of May and we’re half way through. I think I’ll dig out some audiobooks to get me back on track.

Weekly Blog Posts

  • BOOK REVIEW – French Braid by Anne Tyler

This was my first Anne Tyler novel, so I wasn’t sure what to think. I figured it would be my kind of thing but you never know. See my post to find out if I’ll be adding more Anne Tyler to my TBR.

  • FILM REVIEW – Nomadland (2020)

It’s about time that I start catching up on all of the big films that I’ve missed due to the pandemic. This is a major one that, under normal circumstances, I’d have watched ages ago. Check out my review to see if this was worth the wait.

  • BOOKISH POST My Problem With Contemporary Crime Fiction

I didn’t finish a book in time for my post this Friday. Instead, I posted an old fashioned Motherbooker rant about crime fiction. Check out my post to see what I’m complaining about this time.

Just Read

  • Nothing

I’m trying not to feel guilty about not finishing anything. It’s not the worst thing in the world.

Currently Reading

  • Can You Ever Forgive Me? by Lee Israel

This book is less than 200 pages but I haven’t managed to finish it yet. I’m close but not as close as I should be.

Book Haul

Still haven’t bought anything new. There’s plenty that I want but I’m being good right now. We’ll see how long I can keep it up for.

Recently Watched

  • TV:
    • Taskmaster – Still watching old series of this show. Now I’m rewatching series 11.
    • The Goldbergs – I wasn’t ready for the season that included interviews with the real-life counterparts of the characters. Such a cute show.

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