Happy Sunday everyone – I hope you are having a good week and that the sun is shining as much where you are as it has here this weekend. It feels like summer has finally arrived and I hope it continues as the school holidays are due to start here next week and there is nothing worse than trying to entertain a six year old in the rain.
So I can have plenty of free time during the break, I have been working like a crazy woman, including quite a bit of travelling, which means my blogging (writing and visiting) is still not quite back on track. I am visiting blogs at random times, and not as many as I normally do, and am sure I’m missing on some great post. It just feels like it can’t be helped. I am managing to get some reviews posted though…
My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni was a book I was excited to read and wasn’t disappointed by. It was a clever piece of crime writing with a really likeable central character. I am hooked and will be reading the rest of the series if they are all this goo.
The Girl With No Past by Kathryn Croft had been sat on my Kindle for ages and I couldn’t actually remember what it was about when I started reading. I’m glad I did start though as it was a tense suspense (rhyming not intended) that kept me turning the pages and, for once, a final twist that didn’t leave me wondering why it had been added on.
The travelling does mean that I have had lots of time on trains to read, I just haven’t written up on the books. I really need to plan ahead for those busy days but I do so much of that at work I hate to do it with my hobbies. How do others cope with busy periods – do you plan or just not post and not worry? And how was your week – any recommended reads?
This week, I’m linking in with Kimba at the Caffeinated Book Reviewer and her Sunday Post and with (a little early) Katherine at Book Date for It’s Monday, What Are you Reading? Head over to see what other bloggers have read, written about or just added to their shelves.