Monday, July 27, 2015

Sympathy's Bookshelf #10

Good morning, bookworms. I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Mine was a bit stressful because of personal issues, but it was also pretty eventful. I'm a car lover; subaru, to be exact. My brother and I were doing some brother-sister bonding by installing a new intake into my baby. We got everything together, but had an issue with my mapping device (basically, it's a chip that is essential for the car and if it were to be damaged or whatever, you're screwed because the car won't even turn on). The screw was stripped, but thankfully, big bro was able to get it off and put back on with new screw in no time.

When I dropped him off, we witnessed some kid being pushed out of a moving car that didn't even stop after. He sustained some major head injury, and my brother had to stay because he's an EMT. After that, on my OWN way home, the plastic paneling under the car that we had to take off to put in the new intake somehow got loose, became a bit shredded by my tire a bit, and made it impossible for me to drive my car to work today. Luckily for me, I've got a great family who will be doing what they can to get that fixed so that I can test out the new part to its fullest in no time.

ANYWAY, let's get to it.

Weekly To-Read Shelf:

Every Day, by David Levithan 
Ignited, by Laurie Wetzel

In Case of Book Binge, I will Also Read:

Justice Buried, by Hilary Thompson
Supreme: Blue Rose, by Warren Ellis 

NOTE: Where are the cover photos?! I apologize. For some reason, blogger won't let me align the cover photos correctly and I don't want it to look unprofessional and all over the place. If I find a way to keep that from happening, I'll start putting them back up. Time do some research!

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