Weekly Latte Rewind is a weekly feature where we will recap posts, books read, books we received and other bookish stuff. We’ve linked to Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and The Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
One night, I only slept 2 hours, and another, 4 hours. I’m dead, guys. Anyways, I’ll be in Florida this coming week so I’ll be officially MIA. I’ll try to schedule posts, though.
GEN’S LIFE HAPPENINGS
- My best friend from college came back to PR for vacations and we were able to hang out three days and my goodness, did we have fun! We ate a waffle sandwich (so yummy) and we started doing the #78Pueblos1Bandera (78 cities, 1 flag). Basically, there’s this guy in Puerto Rico who paints 1 Puerto Rican flag per city and some aren’t so easy to reach and that’s even better because it means adventure! In one day, we visited 6 cities and the next day, we went to two others.
Do you guys remember the dangerous place I went to that was over 100 feet high and it was a bridge over the ocean in AGUADILLA? That getting there was a major struggle? And you can die if you take one wrong step? Yeah, I went again LOL The flag was on it so we had to cross to get to it.
I’ve been loving Kennedy Fox’s series Checkmate so I desperately needed This Is Effortless after the cliffie on This Is Reckless. / You guys already know how big a fan I am of Lauren Layne. Getting this fourth novel from the Oxford series has me so beyond happy!
GEN’S WEEK IN READING
I expected more from Who She Was or maybe it was me… I’m not really sure. The writing is good though. / This Is Effortless was so good and with a great ending! I need the fifth book because I need that specific couple’s book now!
GEN’S CURRENTLY READING
THIS WEEK IN POSTS
Nothing… I plan on scheduling some reviews for this coming week. I just hope I can find the motivation to do it.
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