Week Recap - Owlcrate and NerdCon Registration


I had a rough week. I was stressed out at work and my mom has indicated that she is probably going to move to Montana soon, to be near her grand kids, which I understand, but it is still hard. My mom is my best friend and I love her being close. But I do know that my sister and nephews would love to have her there full time. Changes are tough sometimes!

On a happier note, I received my April Owlcrate this week, made a FauxDori (dyi post coming in May), order an Erin Condren Life Planner and registered for NerdCon in Minneapolis!



This Week on A Flurry of Ponderings:

Monday - Review of All the Bright Places
Tuesday - Top Ten Tuesday with Ten of My All-time Favorite Authors
Wednesday - Waiting on Wednesday with Saint Anything
Thursday - ARC Review of Flunked
Friday - Review of A Darker Shade of Magic
Saturday - Cover Reveal of You Can't Get Blood Out of Shag Carpet & Giveaway

This Week I Read:


Check out NerdCon and register! I wanna meet up with you in Minneapolis, Minnesota and see some amazing authors, including Stephanie Perkins, John Green, Rainbow Rowell, Cassandra Clare and Holly Black!



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19 comments

  1. Nerdcon looks so cool. I wish I could go.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  2. Oh my gosh, I LOVE that OTP tote!

    I actually just picked up The Girl on the Train, I've only read a few pages but it doesn't have my attention yet, hopefully it picks up soon :)

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  3. The Owlcrate looks so fun! I hope the next week is a less stressful one for you <3

    - Wattle @ Whimsical Nature

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  4. Have a nice week lady and happy reading!

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  5. Can't wait to see what you thought of The Girl on the Train. I wish I could of ordered the owlcrate this month. It looks awesome. Have a great week!

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  6. If someone ever does an urban fantasy UK version of Owlcrate then I WANT it!

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  7. Nerdcon looks so awesome... OMGGG I'm going to Bookcon and BEA this year, My first ever big book convention. Love that you're going but admission is kind of expensive for me to go. Have so much fun and take lots of pics for us :D

    Alex @ The Book's Buzz

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  8. I am dying to read A Thousand Pieces of You and Girl on the Train. Looking forward to your reviews!

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  9. Looks like you had a good week and read some interesting books. Can't wait to see your thoughts on them.

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  10. Changes are hard. We're not hard wired for them. I'm not sure how far apart you'll be, but hopefully long weekends will be possible!
    Wish I lived closer, would love to go to Nerdcon!

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  11. Wow, Nerdcon sounds fun! I don't think I'll be able to go, but I'll be interested to see what you think of it when you do! :)

    I really want to read A Thousand Pieces of You. What did you think about it?

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  12. I'm sure your mom leaving will be tough. I hope you'll still be able to visit each other regularly! I checked out All The Bright Places and have it sitting on my bookshelf waiting for me to finish reading another book I checked out. Did you enjoy The Death Cure? I just finished reading The Scorch Trials. Thanks for stopping by my TSP! :)

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  13. Man, I wish I lived closer to these Cons or had money to just fly where ever I wanted..lol. So lucky! :) Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

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  14. Ah sorry to hear about your mom! Changes like that can be really hard. I loved A Thousand Pieces of You!

    Hope you have a better week :)

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  15. I'm in the middle of The Girl on the Train right now. It's my book club's current read.

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  16. That Owl Crate looks like so much fun! Nerd Con sounds like fun too, wish it weren't so far away:-)

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  17. Owl Crate looks so cool!! :D Also, you read a lot of very interesting books. I only read 1 book last week because I'm sort of into this on-off reading slump, which I really hate SO MUCH. :( Anyway, I hope this week will be better. Sorry to hear this week had stressed you too much.

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  18. The Owl Crate looks really interesting, I was trying to figure out what that was until I saw the book in it lol. Hope you have a lovely week :) <3 Benish | Feminist Reflections

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  19. I'm sorry your Mom is probably moving. Most of our family is in the Midwest and we're on the East coast so I understand about family being far away--especially your Mom. I've been wanting to read A Darker Shade of Magic so I'll have to check out your review. I hope you have a great week!

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