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The Diviners by Libba Bray (Review) (*****)
Top Ten Tuesday - 5 books about friendship
Waiting on Wednesday (Evidence of Things Not Seen by Lindsay Lane)
Me and Earl and The Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews (Review) (***)
Review for The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu
Review for All Lined Up by Cora Carmack
Top Ten Tuesday - Top Ten Tuesday Freebie - Top Ten books I want to reread
What I read this week:
All Lined Up by Cora Carmack
Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
Royally Lost by Angie Stanton
Shatter Me by Taheref Mafi
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
What I watched this week:
Modern Family season finale - SO GOOD and TOUCHING! This show might not be the best comedy out there, but it does always manage to make me feel things.
Playing House - I am not sure whether I have mentioned this one before, but if I haven't, I will do it now. You should definitely watch this one! It's funny, has a kickass friendship and hilarious characters.
John Mulaney - New In Town - You can find this little gem from Netflix. Mulaney wrote for SNL for years and starting from September (I would think), he'll have his own show on FOX!
Kate & Leopold - This film used to be one of my favorites when I was younger and it still gets me. Plus, Hugh Jackman is a TOTAL babe.
Scoop - I LOVE Woody Allen, and this is one of those films from him I had seen only once before. It is not his best, but I do love the films by him in which he himself acts as well.
Around the Internet:
17 Books To Read After You Graduate High School (I still have quite many of these to read and I graduated from high school in 2011)
I am still so not over this news... They're publishing a LIZZIE BENNET DIARIES BOOK. A BOOK? GIVE IT TO MEEEEE NOW. If you are as excited as me and want to read an excerpt, you can find it from here.
In other News:
As I have probably mentioned million times here before, I will be traveling to London. I will be flying from Edinburgh to Heathrow on Thursday after noon and I'll meet my mom and my aunt who are traveling from Finland at the airport. We will have three full days at the city (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) after which we fly back to Finland and I FINALLY get to go home for summer. We haven't made much plans for the trip yet, other than that we will probably take one of those bus tours since it's my mom's first time in London. We also will visit the Portobello market on Saturday. And I am dying to go to the big Waterstone's which happens to be the biggest bookstore in Europe.
The hockey championship games are almost over, which means it is time to take a little break from hockey until August. BUT BEFORE THAT... FINLAND WILL PLAY IN THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS FINAL AGAINST RUSSIA AND I AM SO EXCITED. My favorite player of all time, a guy I've been a fan of since he was a second goaltender in my team in Finnish league back in like 2004 is on the Finnish goal and I am just SO HAPPY for him because he deserves to be in the final more than any other player in the team. He is the sweetest human being I know, and he is so talented and I'm just gushing about the fact that he's in the World Championship final because I always knew when he hardly got to play that one day he would be here. Ahh, all the FEELS.