TBRs & Wrap-Ups

My reading plans for this week!

Hey y’all! I hope you’re doing well. It’s March? Can y’all believe it’s March. I don’t remember it exactly but last March, around 25th, I guess, we had our first ever lockdown here?

Anyway, I’ll just focus on our task at hand. Today, I’m gonna share what my reading plans for this week are. I shared that two weeks ago, too. So I decided to do it again as it’s a quick update post!

Anyway since it’s already Wednesday when I’m posting, my week ends on Tuesday! So, without further ado, let’s just talk about what I’m gonna read!

The Art of Feeling by Laura Tims

My plan for this week is to finish reading this book by Laura Tims. This book follows a girl who has lost her mom in a car accident recently and is grieving, and she is in a lot of pain, both physical and emotional. But then one day, she meets a guy who has congenital insensitivity to pain, a rare condition in which a person cannot feel physical pain. And they become friends. To her his condition feels like a superpower, but is it really a superpower?

I loved the blurb of this book and I’m reading it currently – I’ve just begun – and it’s actually quiet enjoyable.

Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

I’ve had this book on my radar for a hot minute now. I mean, I’m not to be blamed when the book cover is so gorgeous, the ratings are super high, and the synopsis is so enticing. I know it’s gonna be amazing. I’m not someone who reads fantasy a lot, but whatever fantasy I’ve read hasn’t disappointed me (including Twilight y’all). So after finishing The Art of Feeling, maybe I’ll read this one. And hopefully, it will be amazing.

So, what are your plans for this week? What are you reading?

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