Happy Sunday all. I hope you have been having a good weekend. Ours has been busy and full of DIY. Not my favourite thing but now I have an organised garage, a TV on the wall and shelves to put my little girls books on. I feel like I’ve accomplished enough that today I don’t have to do much of anything. What about you – what are you up to?
For the rest of the week, blogging wise I got four posts up, two of which were reviews. First of these was Hollow City by Ransom Riggs, the second in the Miss Peregrine young adult series. This was darker than the first and more complex and I enjoyed finding out what happened to this group of peculiar children. I now have the third book to read and have become slightly obsessed with looking for unusual vintage photos like those in the books.
Second up was Killer on the Fens by Joy Ellis an author new to me though this is the fourth in the series. It was a well written police procedural/crime novel with great characters. And it could be read as a standalone which was an added bonus.
I also shared the beginning of a book I have read but yet to review (The Highway by C. J. Box) for the Tuesday Intro and wrote about why I’m not very good at setting or keeping track of my reading goals as part of Friday’s Book Blogger Hop.
Reading wise, I am pleased to say I am no longer the only person on the planet to read The Girl on The Train and am slowly making my way through A Different Class of Murder, which is non-fiction and looks at the Lord Lucan murder. Not sure how I feel about it yet as it’s quite long and very detailed. (links to goodreads). If I finish it I have a whole batch of library books to get through, all books I have wanted to read for ages.
What do you think if you have read any of these…where should I start?
Have a good week everyone.
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.