I finished up the much-talked-about Hausfrau, by Jill Alexander Essbaum. I have a review scheduled for tomorrow, so if you're keen to read this one, check out that spoiler-free review coming up.
As you saw in yesterday's post, I did a little taste testing of various novels and ultimately decided to continue the readathon with Rainbow Rowell's Landline. This one is hitting just the right note for me right now, and with Greyson at his dad's until Tuesday evening, I hope I can polish this one off tonight.
I picked up the first three issues of He-Man: The Eternity War, because nostalgia. Alas, nostalgia isn't working out so well for me. I'm a little underwhelmed by this series in general and there should be more She-Ra. We'll see if I decide to continue.
Spider-Gwen #1 is one issue I picked up on a lark. It flashed by me on Comixology, and I was intrigued by the cover. I'm not at all acquainted with the "Spiderverse," so I feel like I'm having a little trouble figuring out what the hell is going on. I'll give this one another issue or two to hook me if it can.
Gotham Academy #5 was fun. This series continues to intrigue me enough to keep reading. I feel like the forward momentum is a little slow, but I'm enjoying uncovering it bit by bit. As long as I'm liking it, I'll stay subscribed. The artwork in this one is simply gorgeous....another reason I look forward to it.
#Flashreadathon was super duper fun. I loved following the hashtag on Twitter all weekend and interacting with old friends as well as finding some new-to-me bloggers.
What's on your radar this week?