The Week's Entrée #25

Oh, you guys, what a week the last one. It has been one of the hardest ones for us since we started blogging. First off, we didn't have internet or a place to plug in our computer. We immediately went to buy a car power converter and everything seemed fine. Problem solved. I (the reader) started catching up with posts and stuff, but then *shudders* our father's mobile hotspot stopped working properly. We can't use facebook, nor instagram, NOT EVEN GOOGLE. That means I can't open blogger either. 

Yes, I'm going crazy right now.

Only my father's phone can open blogger (still no facebook). So I made most of last week's and will be doing the next to come with his phone (I've actually claimed it as mine for now). It's a big pain to do so, but it is better than nothing at all. I apologize in advance if my posts don't look that neat.

This is the reason why I haven't been around much, but I'm trying to keep up as much as I can. Book blogging friends, I haven't forgotten you at all. Will visit you soon! :)

In other news...
I posted a new review at Kate Tilton's blog! The Distance Between Us by Kasie West is one of my favorite contemporary reads and I'm glad I finally had the chance to review it. If you have the chance, I'd love for you to check it out and leave me your thoughts about it. 

Books I Bought, Won or Received:


An ARC of #Scandal by Sarah Ockler (Simon Pulse, June 2014) and Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin (Square Fish, May 2007). These are both pre-loved books I bought (donated for ARC) at Seattle's Central Library. I practically squealed when I saw these two lovelies just sitting there waiting for me. I already devoured #scandal and the chef absolutely adored Elsewhere. Can't wait to have internet on the computer to start posting those reviews!

The chef also bought The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Healing Remedies by C. Norman Shealy. It's an interesting book with great info on it, and quoting her: It's a great book because it shows you how to use plants and herbs for not only illnesses, but also to learn what goes well with food to make it much more healthier, and in a way, to lead a different lifestyle.

To Read This Week:

I'm about to start Chameleon's Spell by Roni O'Connell. The blog tour is stopping by the blog this Friday and I'm excited to check this one out. It better be good!

Thanks for stopping to another small edition of The Week's Entrée! What are you reading right now? ;)


  1. I've been wanting to read Scandal. I can't wait to see your review!

    1. The book was awesome and hilarious, I'll hurry up with that review. ;)

  2. Awe it's ok.. we all have those weeks where the internet or technology just does not work with us... I have sort of been without a PC at home for about 3 weeks. So I am about 2 weeks behind on blog comments and visits *eeek* Great haul this week! I think I have the healing remedies book too :)

    Chanzie @ Mean Who You Are.