Morning all and welcome to another Sunday post. I hope you had a good week and weekend. Week wise, I didn’t do much if I’m honest though I also don’t know where the time went as all of a sudden it was Friday and I was jumping on a train to London – but not for work (yay!).
Every year a group of us who used to work together get together and have a girls night out. We’ve been doing it for six years now (after we all got made redundant at the same time) and it’s always a blast. I laughed more than I have in a long time and drank way too much wine – you couldn’t ask for more really. Another plus side is two four hour train journeys, which made for a lot of reading!
Blog wise, because I was away I didn’t join in with Stacking Shelves yesterday but I did post the rest of the week….
On Monday, I reviewed How Much the Heart Can Hold: Seven Stories on Love, which was a bit of a mixed bag of short stories (the downside of a collection by different authors). A few of these stories I loved, one I really couldn’t get away with, and the rest were somewhere in-between.
On Tuesday, I introduced my latest read, The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel, which has been on my kindle for what seems like forever.
On Wednesday, I reviewed The Relive Box and Other Stories by T. C. Boyle, another collection of short stories but a more successful one as T. C. Boyle is such a good writer, though these stories are pretty dark so won’t be for everyone.
On Thursday, I wrote about my tendency to read books with women walking away from me on them and shared some of my favourites.
On Friday, I reviewed The Birthday Girl by Sue Fortin, which I really enjoyed with it’s twists, turns and unreliable narrators.
And that’s it for me this week. How about you – how was your week, reading and otherwise? 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 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.