Happy Sunday and welcome to another weekly update where I share a little about what’s happened to me this week and the books I’ve reviewed.
I didn’t post a lot this week. It started well. But, as the week went on, I lost focus. Work wasn’t to blame (for once), just a general malaise based on what is going on with the world. My heart is breaking. I feel powerless. And blogging seems a bit pointless. But it is also a point of normality, which I need to stop me doom scrolling and staring at the news. So I decided to try and stick to a routine and post today.
My one and only review of the week was One Bad Thing by M. K. Hill, which I really enjoyed. It was a tense psychological thriller and I would definitely recommend it.
It wasn’t, however, the best book I read in February, which were listed in my February roundup. That honour fell to two books – More Than A Woman by Caitlin Moran and Come Closer by Sara Gran. Both are very different books (one is full of humorous essays, one a horror novella) but we’re different from my regular reads, which I’m looking for more and more.
Other than this, I took part in this week’s Top Ten Tuesday: Books I haven’t blogged about. There were more books than I thought, and books that surprised me. It would be interesting to revisit them and see if – when there’s a need to review – how I would rate them.
Other than that, there isn’t much to report this week. How about you? How was your week, reading and otherwise?
Joining in with the Sunday Post and Kimberly, the Caffeinated Book Reviewer