My, my what a busy weekend! With the read-a-thon over (sadly :() a new week is upon us and life most certainly does go on. Did you take part in the read-a-thon? If you did, how did you get on? Now onto the books!
Almost half way through and I absolutely LOVE this book.
Quite a tear jerker for Jenny Colgan but I will leave it at that as I do not want to spoil it for you!
Thanks to the Read-a-thon I have managed to finish this book and am patiently waiting to start the next one. The review will be up soon.
As well as the Notting Hill book I will be writing a review about this ASAP.
I am slightly disappointed that I am still waiting for this book – so BIG boo hoo from me!
What are you reading this week?
Yet another Monday has rolled around and of course more reading has been done. This week I will be preparing for the 24 Hour Readathon on the weekend. Check out the Dewey’s Read-a-thon website. After a solid work week last week I am catching up on reading on my day off and my intake of caffeine is through the roof. Keep your eyes peeled throughout the week for thoughts on books for my read-a-thon stack. Facebook, Instagram and Twitter will be the place to go! So onto the books!
Today is my day off so I will hopefully make some headway with this book in order to finish it way before the read-a-thon begins.
This was delivered the other day and I am fighting with myself in order to finish the current read on my bedside table instead of tossing it to the side to indulge in yet another wonderful Colgan.
What are you reading this week?
What are you reading plans?
After a while away from Monday posting here I am again! It’s not that I haven’t been reading but working weekends and not having anything scheduled leaves holes in the blog! :( Better organisation is much-needed.
Keep checking back for the review – I will link it up to this post and onto Goodreads :D
I feel like I have reached a bit of a stalemate between myself and my pile of books.
At the moment the books that I am considering for reading are
This book was a recommendation by a member of staff in my favourite Foyles store due to my search for a book like The End of Mr Y by Scarlett Thomas. I wonder will it live up to the wonderful recommendation.
With a yearning to delve into the classics I picked up a copy of this at my local second-hand bookshop – the place is a cavern for EVERYTHING new and old and I generally come out with a handful of books I do not need but so desperately want.
My copy of this has a different cover but I couldn’t find a picture so will take one later.
This was sent to me last year from what I can remember and I now have three from what I can only call a series.
I am yet to read any of Ali McNamara’s books but if they are anything like my usual type of chick lit read I am sure I will enjoy it.
This one in particular I have actually started so I just need to get into it and speed through the series so I can catch up to the new release of From Notting Hill with Four Weddings Actually as that is patiently waiting in line and is released very soon.
If you were me, which would you pick?
Or would you be ambitious and go for all three as they are all completely different types of read.
This could be a very interesting week!
Once again as I finish night shifts and watch all of the Monday morning commuters make their way to work whilst wishing it was Friday afternoon once again I bring you my bookish moments of the previous week.
Still struggling but will get there eventually.
I cannot wait to get started with this one. The perfect winter warmer I hope!
Looking Forward to
I have read all of Sophie Kinsella’s previous books including her stand alone books.
I am über excited about this one.
What are you reading?