Hi there and Happy Sunday. Welcome to my first weekly update in what seems like forever, but in reality has been about a month. Life just seems to keep getting away from me and – if I’m honest – I’ve been in a bit of a book blogging slump. It’s been happening on and off since the Spring and I’m not sure I’m over it yet.
I thought it was because I felt swamped with review copies but they are all done now and I’m completely caught up so I’m actually reading books I’ve bought again – and it’s still made no difference. With the school holidays almost upon us, I’ll see if the change of pace makes a difference. If not, I may just take a break. Oh the woes of being a book blogger 😉
Anyhow, on with my week and what I wrote / reviewed…
On Monday, I wrote a review of Her Watchful Eye by Julie Corbin, which I really enjoyed because it was full of unreliable characters and twists and turns.
On Tuesday, I introduced my latest read, Do Not Disturb by Claire Douglas, which is due out in August so not long to go for my review.
On Wednesday, I recapped on the books I’d read in June, the majority of which were 4+ star reviews so made me very happy.
On Friday, I reviewed Murder in Slow Motion by Rebecca Muddiman, a book set in / around my home town with great plot twists.
And that’s it for me – a short and sweet post. 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.
Sorry you are still struggling with your reading slump… I hope you find the summer holidays help pull you out of it. I’ve decided to give myself a Netgalley holiday over the summertime to try and catch up a bit with my ridiculous TBR pile. I dropped you a line regarding White Silence – are you okay if we delay this one for a couple of weeks?
I just feel so blah! I am hoping our read kick starts me as it’s such a new genre but I am fine to delay – I’m sorry it too me so long to reply x
No worries! I’m the LAST person to get remotely grumpy about a tardy reply. Thank you for your understandingx
I found my slump improved when I started mixing up my genres, with some thrillers and some memoirs, along with a few contemporary fiction books. Then when I pick up a thriller, I am lost in it immediately. Here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES
I do think I need to mix it up. I have just had so many books to review on NetGalley. That is now under control so I’ll see how I go. If not, I’m taking the summer off!