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Weekly Catch Up: 18.09.22

Here is my 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 was another busy week at working and with a colleague returning after a long absence it was nice to have some company in the office again. Apart from that it has just been a normal week πŸ˜‚.

Reading wise, I have completed 3 books; 1 Blog Tour Book & 1 Netgalley approval, and 1 review request.

My Reading:

Completed

I’m Not There – Rob Gittins

Expected Publishing Date 27.09.22

I will post my review as part of the blog tour 27.09.22.

Friends Don’t Lie – Nell Pattison

Expected Publishing Date 29.09.22

I will post my review a week before the publishing date.

Life, Slightly – Nigel Jay Cooper

Expected Publishing Date: 30.09.22

I will post my review a week before the Publishing Date.

Currently Reading

Next to Read

The Toll House – Carly Reagon

Expected Publishing Date 06.10.22

I will post my review a week before the Publishing Date.

The call of Cassandra Rose – Sophie Spiers

Expected Publishing Date 13.10.22

I will post my review a week before the publishing date.

One Last Dream for December – Lottie Cardew

Expected Publishing Date: 03.10.22

I will post my review as part of the blog tour 13.10.22.

Posts last Week:

πŸ’œ 12.09.22 – Blog Tour Review: The Creep Outside – Keith Wright & Review: The Santa Killer – Ross Greenwood

πŸ’œ 13.09.22 – Debut Authors: 2022 Week #37 & Review: Girl Island – Kate Castle

πŸ’œ 14.09.22 – New UK Book Releases: 2022 Week #37 & Publishing Date: Chains – Jon Richter

πŸ’œ 15.09.22 – Review: Me & My Shadow – Deborah Stone & Publishing Date: You Can Stay – Elle Connell

πŸ’œ 16.09.22 – Book Post & Other Book News: 16.09.22 & Blog Tour Review: The Devil Took Her – Michael Botur

πŸ’œ 17.09.22 – Free E-Books: 17.09.22

Planned Posts This Week:

πŸ’œ 19.09.22 – Blog Tour Review: Safe Word – Charlotte Barnes & Review: The Beloved Girls – Harriet Evans

πŸ’œ 20.09.22 – Debut Authors: 2022 Week #38 & Review: Rock Paper Scissors – Alice Feeney

πŸ’œ 21.09.22 – New UK Book Releases: 2022 Week #38 & Review: The Snow Killer – Ross Greenwood

πŸ’œ 22.09.22 – Review: Friends Don’t Lie – Nell Pattison

πŸ’œ 23.09.22 – Book Post & Other Book News: 23.09.22 & Review: Life, Slightly – Nigel Jay Cooper

πŸ’œ 24.09.22 – Free E-Books: 24.09.22

πŸ’œ 25.09.22 – Weekly Catch Up: 25.09.22

Book Totals:

πŸ’œ Paperbacks/Hardbacks on my book shelf = 100

(No Change, 0 read & 0 received)

(+1, 2 read & 3 received)

πŸ’œ Other E-books on Kindle = 1124

(+10, see Saturday’s & Friday’s post to see what I have added – I have read 0 this week)

This E-Book figure includes the purchases I have made on offer for 99p.

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 πŸ˜‚.

NetGalley catch up:

Here are my totals as of today:

πŸ’œ 77 Books approved

πŸ’œ 8 Books on Shelf

πŸ’œ 69 Books Read

πŸ’œ 69 Reviews posted

Feedback Ratio 90%.

(+2%, 1 reviewed & 0 approvals this week)

Hoping to continue with the reading in the evenings this week, as long as I don’t fall asleep. I am ahead of my plan at the moment, so may take it a little easy on the reading this week & catch up on some TV too.😊

4 thoughts on “Weekly Catch Up: 18.09.22

  1. Another busy week. You’ve done a bunch of great reading. I like the look of One Last Dream for December. I’m looking forward to your reviews of all these books! Have a great week, Jenny

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