Weekly Rewind ~ 10.25.15

Posted October 25, 2015 by Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog in Features, Weekly Rewind / 48 Comments

Weekly Rewind is a weekly feature where I will recap posts, books read, books bought and borrowed and whatever else from the past week. I’ve linked to The Sunday Post hosted by  Caffeinated Book Reviewer and Stacking the Shelves hosted by  Team Tynga’s Reviews.
So the week I was MIA was the week we were in Disney! It was a lot of fun and the kids were so excited to meet all their favorite characters. While it was fun it was exhausting! So this past week was just getting back to the usual. But I am having trouble catching up with TV, reading and the blog. Also, the weather is super crazy right now. It has ranged from 50 to high 70’s. I haven’t dressed the kids or myself correctly one day. Ooops!! 

This week in blog posts

This week in reading

A pitiful two weeks of reading!


  • Finished: Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty
  • Finished: Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver
  • Finished: Cam Girl by Leah Raeder
Purchased/Borrowed/For Review


  • Bourbon Kings by J.R. Ward (Borrowed – Audio)
  • The Murderer’s Daughter by Jonathan Kellerman (Borrowed)
  • Opening Belle: A Novel by Maureen Sherry (For Review)
  • The Passenger by Lisa Lutz (For Review)
  • A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray (Purchased)
  • No Where But Here by Katy McGary (Purchased)
  • Hidden Bodies by Caroline Keynes (For Review)

My favorite pictures from my Instagram this week.

Quote of the Week

“The problem with books is that they end.”
Caroline Kepnes, You 

What did your week look like? What books did you read/get?

Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog

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48 responses to “Weekly Rewind ~ 10.25.15

  1. How fun! I am glad you took a break, but I missed you terribly. Glad you are back and you had some time with your kiddos. You got some great books in your haul. I a really looking forward to your reviews for them.
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  2. Three books isn’t pitiful for reading over 2 weeks. I think it depends on the books! I find I read romances like I each chocolate. Suspense or fantasy go much slower for me, like vegetables. I like them but I don’t rush and stuff.

    And I can’t even imagine sending my Jake to school during this past week of school o.O One positive of homeschool – pj days every day!

    Have a great week!!!
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  3. Oh, Hidden Bodies looks good…but I still haven’t read You. I have it, started it, and set it aside. Soon, perhaps. Then I’ll decide about another book from this author.

    I loved The Murderer’s Daughter…hope you do, too. Thanks for sharing…and for visiting my blog.
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  4. Oh, I love Disney! I hope your family had a wonderful time there and didn’t have to wait too long in all those lines! The only reason I dislike autumn (besides going back to school) is the crazy weather that can’t decide what it wants to be. Anyway, this week I picked up Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira, Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, and A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab–it’s sure to be a fun reading week! Hope yours is too!
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    • We had such a great time at Disney. So much fun watching the kids get so excited over everything. Yes the fall is nuts with how it goes back and forth on the weather. Oh I liked Love Letters to the Dead and can’t wait for Carry On – well I can wait because I am hoping my library gets it in 🙂 Have a great week!

  5. So many good books this week! 🙂 I’n on the fence about Until We Meet Again. The synopsis is so intriguing but I’ve been reading a lot of YA lately and am itching for something a little grittier. I’ve put it on my TBR but it will probably be a while before I get to it. I used to read that Kellerman series religiously but I haven’t been current with it in several years. Alex is such a great character. And I’m super excited for Nowhere But Here. I really love Katie McGarry.
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  6. Oh my god… so exciting you got Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes for review. I’m very envious.

    Glad you enjoyed Disney. My 19yr old niece (here in Australia) LOVES it and they’re heading to the US for their 5th or 6th time at Christmas. And… she’s got a job as a Princess at Shanghai Disney when it opens after February 2016. It’s been her dream so she’s very excited.
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    • I am really excited to get to Hidden Bodies. I need to know what happens to Joe next!! Oh wow about your niece. That sounds awesome to be a Princess for Disney. I must say all their cast members were amazing and my kids loved them all!

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