Morning everyone, welcome to another Sunday – the first in February – and a slightly less exciting one for me than last week, when I was off for afternoon tea. This one will be spent running errands unfortunately, not something I like to do on a Sunday but as yesterday was spent at birthday parties there is no choice if I want food in the fridge for the week. There might also be some painting and baking taking place if I can get motivated enough…it’s a big IF today though I must admit because last week felt like a long week (thank you again for that work) and really all I want to do is relax.
Despite work, I managed to post each day…my plan this year was to do that Monday to Friday as much as I could and so far I’ve managed it. Here’s what I wrote…
On Monday, I reviewed Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner, the latest instalment featuring her much-loved characters Quincy and Rainie – this time they are searching for the brother of their adoptive daughter, who might also be a killer.
On Tuesday, I introduced my latest read The Breakdown by B. A. Paris whitch I’ll be reviewing tomorrow so I’ll say no more about for now.
On Wednesday, I reviewed A Deadly Thaw by Sarah Ward, a really clever novel with a dead body turning up and turning out to be that of a man thought to have been dead for 12 years.
On Thursday, I posted my monthly round-up for January – bar a couple of books it was a good month if very crime heavy. I know it’s my favourite genre but I must add a bit of variety this month.
On Friday, I linked up with Feature and Follow again, sharing book worlds I could live in.
And that’s it for my blogging week. Reading wise, I didn’t do much, finishing one book – Captive on the Fens by Joy Ellis, though I did pick up a few to read (links to Goodreads)…
Which is where I will leave this week – how did yours go? what did you do, what did you read?
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.