This Week by Proxy: 12 – 18 February


Welcome to This Week by Proxy. Join me as I look back on the past week to see which books I’ve read, the reviews I’ve posted and the goals I’ve completed.


| This Week by Proxy: 12 – 18 February 2018 |

This week has been quite a busy one and, though I’ve been reading throughout the week, have not actually finished any books at all! Shocking, I know. I have however, probably done the equivalent of reading The Hobbit once again as part of my There and Back Again season – so I’m going to take it as another re-read down! Hope you’ve all had a wonderful week!


| Reviews Posted |

The Hit by Nadia Dalbuono


| Posts |

Top Ten… Doomed Romances of Fantasyland

Teaser Tuesdays: February 13 – Half the World by Joe Abercrombie and The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

Waiting on Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday by Raymond E. Feist

The Friday Face-Off: Groovy Baby

Friday Firsts: Spellslinger by Sebastien de Castell

Chapter + Verse – The Hobbit: Chapter II – Roast Mutton


| February Goal Progress |

To read four books

Status: 2 of 4 Complete

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To write a review once a week

Status: 2 of 4 Complete


What have you been reading this week? Have you accomplished any goals?

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6 thoughts on “This Week by Proxy: 12 – 18 February

  1. This week, I finished reading Christian non-fiction The Case for Grace by Lee Strobel (for my church’s book club and I am now about half way through The Dragon’s Blade: The Reborn King by Michael R. Miller. Happy reading next week. 🙂

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  2. You have certainly had a busy blogging week! And sometimes, as you said, you can read a fair amount and still not actually finish a book – particularly if you have more than one book on the go… Have a great week, Proxy:)

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