Books,  Wrap Ups

Happy Easter

Happy Easter from the foothills of Boulder, Colorado! happy easter

There wasn’t much reading done this past week, because I am in the process of writing final papers. After two years of not finishing the spring term until June, I can’t believe the semester will be over in 5 weeks!

Even though this week was dedicated to working, I did finish one book on the plane out to Colorado AND get a new book to add to the shelf.

Keep reading to find out more!

A New Addition

As many of you may know, I studied abroad in Brussels five years ago. It was one of the greatest experiences and I fell in love with the city. I’ve wanted to go back for a very long time.  I thought it was time to take my interest in the city and country to the next level and….READ MORE ABOUT IT!

51uJ6ZyEJNL._SX313_BO1,204,203,200_On an impulse (we all know them), I purchased a book about Belgium’s history from Roman conquest through the early 2000s.

“Belgium: Long United, Long Divided” by Samuel Humes should be an interesting read. I look forward to starting it once all these papers are finished. While living in Brussels, I did have a course in the country’s history. However, it’s always good to brush up on your knowledge and dive deeper into a topic. (Did someone turn on researcher mode?)

Is there a country you’re really interested in, but have never taken the time to learn about? 

The Week In Books

I’m slowly getting through MWF seeking BFF. It’s a great book and I look forward to reviewing it for 20 In Your 20s. Follow Sitting in the Stacks on Twitter for #amreading quotes from the book coming this week! happy easter


Posts from Last Week

  1. Technology makes foreign literature accessible (guest post by my dad)
  2. 5 Un-Writing Motivation Tips (Writing Wednesday series)
  3. Love to Brussels (repost)
  4. 5 Reading Nooks (Friday Findings series)

What was on your reading list this week? Add any new books to the shelf?

Share your week in books in the comments!

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