Panic over after struggling to read one book last week I have redeemed myself and read FOUR books this week, and I’m giving myself the biggest pat on the back because I exactly managed to read three of the books that were off my TBR pile
The Opticians Wife By Betsy Reavley
Watching Edie By Camilla Way
Unravelled Anna Scallon
Dead To Me by Lesley Pearce
Book post I received this week
The Moment She Left by Susan Lewis.
After Isabella by Rosie Fiore
Blood Wedding by Pierre Lemaitre
Arc’s I’ve received this week
I know I put myself on a NetGalley ban and I did managed a WHOLE WEEK, before I requested any more books!
The Last One by Alexandra Oliva
The book description reminded me of The Hunger Games, which I loved, and thought it would make a change from my usual reads.
I also got sent a widget from author Mark Edwards for his new book, which I can’t wait to read
The Devil’s Work by Mark Edwards
Books I bought this week
I bought three books this week
The Paradise Trees by Linda Huber
For The Last Time by Janet Kelly, I bought this book after reading Anne’s review over on
http://randomthingsthroughmyletterbox.blogspot.com/ the book description and Anne’s review intrigued me
The Game You Played by Anni Taylor
Last week on The Book Review Café
**Blog Tour** Outside Looking In by Michael Wood You can see my review here
**Guest Post** by Dane Cobain author of Former.ly The Rise And Fall Of A Social Network
You can read Dane’s Guest Post here
**Blog Tour** Made To Be Broken by Rebecca Bradley You can read my review here
Next week on the book review café
It’s going to be a really busy week with plenty going on
Blog Tour All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker
Blog Tour The Stepmother by Claire Seeber
#TopFiveThursday with #BookBlogger Tracy Shephard
The Opticians Wife by Betsy Reavley, review
Unravelled by Anne Scanlon, review
Guest Post from Linda Huber author of Chosen Child
Blogging news from The Book Review Café
I’ve been trying think of a new feature I could run on my blog, and eventually I came up with #TopFiveThursday featuring bloggers (everyone loves to know more about blogger’s right? Well I do anyway) basically I ask the following questions & bloggers give me their answers simple eh? I’m not sure how often it will run, I’m hoping it will be a weekly post, and run for as long as I have bloggers to feature, so If you would like to take part please answer the following questions and send your answers to……..email@example.com
Top 5 books this year (so far)?
Top 5 authors you think everyone should read?
Top 5 books you want to read before the end of 2016?
Top 5 blogging tips that you would give to new bloggers?
Top 5 book blogs you follow? (not that you are likely to….. but don’t include me in your 5 top blogs 😂😂, as I want to help promote as many bloggers as possible)
It would be great if you could send a small bio about yourself and a photo, and also a link to your blog and any other social media links you would like me to include.
I’m hoping your increase in reading time helps my slump. I’m on your questions at the moment 😏
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The Last One has some really thought-provoking ideas in it. Just took me a while to get used to the tense she write in. It’s quite different from The Hunger Games 🙂
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Your comment about panicking over not-read books made me smile. I got behind on my goal when I did the A to Z Blog Challenge in April and finally started to worry last week. Speed reading seems to be my solution, but it is never as enjoyable as just relaxing with a new book.