Morning all and welcome to another Sunday and weekly update post. This week has been a pretty good one for me if I ignore waking up on Friday with a 24 hour cold (how/why do these things happen, waking up feeling awful one day then great the next). I had to travel less which means more time for reading and life in general. Plus much less stress and much more sleep.
It also means that rather than spending the weekend trying to catch up on chores etc. we get to have fun. Yesterday we went to the movies, today we’re going swimming and then off to a local restaurant for Sunday Lunch which I’m hoping will fill me up for the day. You really can’t be a good Sunday lunch. What about you, what are you up to this weekend?
If you have time, and haven’t seen them already, you could always check out my posts from earlier this week…
On Monday I reviewed Liar Liar by M. J. Arlidge, the fourth in the DI Helen Grace series of books. Helen is a great, strong, female character with enough demons to keep her interesting. This time round, she is on the hunt for a serial arsonist who always seems to be one step ahead of her.
On Tuesday I introduced my latest read, Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner, which I have already read but not reviewed, though it won’t be a hard review to write as I really enjoyed it – another classic Gardner story.
On Wednesday I signed up belatedly for the Cloak and Dagger Challenge 2017, which seemed a perfect fit given my love of all things crime and mystery related. I have gone for the highest reading level so wish me luck!
On Thursday I reviewed The Trapped Girl by Robert Dugoni, the latest Tracy Crosswhite novel with Tracy looking to find out what happened to a missing woman who she relates to more than she maybe should. I really, really, like these series and can’t recommend it highly enough.
On Friday I joined in with Feature and Follow again, this time talking about books I am looking forward to turning into films in 2017 – or rather books I now want to read before I see the film.
And that’s it for my blogging week. Book wise, I picked up nothing because I have a stack of books I need to read and ones I got for Christmas I haven’t even put on the bookshelf (and I’m sure I’m not the only one). What about you? What did you read and what did you blog about?
Have a good week!
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.