Morning all and welcome to another later than normal weekly update thanks to another weekend away (I really should get better at scheduling posts shouldn’t I?). Still, it was a good weekend away so well worth being late for. It did, however, do a bit of damage to my waistline (as did the snow – yes snow! – we had last week). I’ll hopefully getting back on track today by going for a run. I should have hit my 5K last week but I just couldn’t get out after Wednesday between the weather and then going away so fingers crossed for this week. Other than not running and playing in the snow, I didn’t do much last week. Presents got bought, one tree (the pink one in my daughter’s room) went up, and I thought about making my last minute Christmas cake.
On the blog, I didn’t post Saturday or Sunday but I did post the rest of the week, which I thought was pretty good going.
On Monday, I shared my last, late-running, weekly update.
On Tuesday, I shared my latest read, The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown, which got lots of positive comments leaving me with high hopes.
On Wednesday, I reviewed Thieves on the Fens by Joy Ellis, which was a brilliant read. The 8th in the Nikki Galena detective series, they keep getting better and I can’t recommend them enough.
On Thursday, I revisited my November reads – the books I loved, liked and just weren’t for me.
On Friday, I reviewed Cops Lie! by Leonard Love Matlick, a book I struggled to read and really wasn’t for me. It’s the first time I’ve had to go back to a publicist and say “do you want me to post this?”. They said it was fine but I still feel a bit guilty.
And then I went away, ate too much, drank too much, laughed too much and didn’t do more than a few thousand steps a day. What about you? What was your week like?
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