I am nearly caught up with all the reviews for the books I have read this year, so I decided to start a new weekly post each Sunday to catch up from the week before.
I will be sharing what I have been up to, what I have read, am reading and what’s up next along with other weekly catch up news.
What I have been up to this week:
It has been a hard week with getting used to the school run, and working full time at home still. There were times I got a bit low, but hopefully next week will be better now we are a bit more settled in to the routine. I got to see the people in the office this week for one day though and that was really nice, it was great to be a bit more social again.
Reading wise, I didn’t get a lot read during the week as I kept falling asleep about half hour after I started reading in the evening. I’m hoping this will also calm down this week so I can read a little bit more.
Hungry Business – Maria DeBlassie
Review Coming Soon
Go For Broke – Daisy Knox
Review can be found here.
The Midnight Man – Caroline Mitchell
Expected publication date 13.10.21
Next to Read
We Watch You – N S Ford
Expected publishing date 01.10.21
Posts last Week:
💜 06.09.21 – Review: Swindled by S.E. Shepherd
💜 07.09.21 – Publishing Date: The New Home by Chris Merritt
💜 08.09.21 – Review: Lucinda Riley – Two standalone novels
💜 09.09.21 – Review: Go For Broke by Daisy Knox
💜 10.09.21 – Book Post and Other Book News 10.09.21
💜 01.09.21 – Free E-Books: 11.09.21
💜 Paperbacks/Hardbacks on my book shelf = 57
(The same as last week)
(-2, I managed to complete 2 this week)
💜 Other E-books on Kindle = 169
(+7, see Saturday’s post to see what I have added)
I will be comparing this each week, although with my reading slowing down this month I think the figures are likely to go up rather than down 😂.
NetGalley catch up:
Here are my totals as of today:
💜 12 Books approved Jul/Aug 2021
💜 4 Books Read
💜 4 Reviews posted
Feedback Ratio 33%.
(No change this week)
Looking forward to keeping this post going in the future, and hopefully I can actually stay awake long enough in the evenings this week to get some reading done.