Morning all and happy Sunday…and welcome to July – how did it get here? Still, I shouldn’t complain as (in the way we’ve started counting since having kids) it means it’s only 20 more sleeps till my holiday. All this holiday thinking has – thankfully – gotten me out of my grumpy mood I am pleased to say. I can officially start getting excited!
I also need to get organised. All the main bits are done (flights – check, hotel – check) but I need things like clothes for lounging on the beach (which would definitely help!). A hat or too might be in order as well as, last time I checked, temperatures were pushing 100 so I am going to need some way to get shade.
In the meantime, I have managed to stop thinking of the sun long enough to do some blogging. Here’s what I wrote last week…
On Monday, I reviewed Every Last Lie by Mary Kubica, which I loved with it’s engrossing story of how you don’t always know the truth of the people you love, even if you think you do.
On Tuesday, I introduced my latest read, The Binding Song by Elodie Harper, which has one of my favourite and spookiest covers this year and a dark story to go with it. Review to hopefully follow this week.
On Wednesday, I reviewed Forgotten by Nicole Trope, which quickly became my book of the month (yes, even when up against Mary Kubica). There wasn’t a thing I didn’t like about this tense search for a missing child on a sweltering Melbourne day.
On Friday, I shared my June reads, with books I loved, liked and wasn’t so sure of….thankfully, there were non I really disliked and quite a few I loved.
On Saturday, I introduced the books most recently added to the shelves, all the result of my getting a bit too click-happy on netgalley (makes shamed face).
And that was it for me for this week. How has yours gone? Let me know – I’m nosey!
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 by clicking on their badges below to see what other bloggers have read, written about or just added to their shelves.