Morning All and welcome to another Sunday and, for the first time in weeks, a week update that I’m actually publishing on the intended day! How come I’m so organised? I’m not really, I’m just not away this weekend. Instead, I’ve been spending it at home, getting ready for the big day…only 14 more sleeps! I’m officially excited. The presents are bought bar a few stocking-stuffers, the turkey ordered, the tree up and ready to be decorated today and I have Christmas music on repeat (there really is no such thing as too much Slade at this time of year in my humble opinion). In between I even got some blogging done – though I had ground to a halt by Friday….
On Monday, I posted my delayed weekly update.
On Tuesday, I shared my latest read – Beneath the Skin by Caroline England, which was not what I expected (but in a good way) and I hope to review this week.
On Wednesday, I reviewed Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots by Sarah-Beth Watkins, which was a shorter than expected look at the life of Henry VII’s older sister, a rather controversial figure. I enjoyed the book but wish it had been longer and more detailed.
On Thursday, I reviewed another short read – Bongo Fury 2: Holiday for Skins by Simon Maltman, but this time I was happy with the length as it was a perfectly formed novella that made me laugh despite there being a serial killer on the loose.
And that was it for blogging. Book wise, I have done o.k. with the reading, finishing Killman Creek by Rachel Caine (link to Goodreads) and picking up a few review copies as well as library books and books bought (clicking on the covers will take you to Goodreads).
And that’s it for me – a good old week, with the only downside being that we seem to be the only part of England not getting snow despite it being promised for the weekend. How about you – how was your week, reading and otherwise?
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.