Hello!! It's the weekend! Time to celebrate! And hopefully that means spending time with a few books..be that reading or buying!
It's been another successful bookish week for me - a combination of being poorly and a load of rubbish on TV has meant that I managed to finish 7 books again this week! See, reading more than one book at a time does have its' plus points!! And there may have been a bit of book buying going on too - it doesn't look so bad at the moment as some of them haven't arrived! - ooh and there may have been a little stop off at NetGalley too, but I was quite restrained there!
So here's a look at the books I've finished, hauled and am currently reading in my little bookish world! Click on the book title for a link to the GoodReads page! The only downside to reading so much is trying to keep up with reviews - I'm failing on that score at the moment!
Watch For Me By Twilight by Kirsty Ferry - 5 stars Publication Date 11th September
Adored the latest in the Hartsford Mysteries series! full review to follow on publication day!
Daisy Belle by Caitlin Davies - 4 stars
Read this via Pigeonhole, and loved the amazing Daisy Belle!
The Winter That Made Us by Kate Field - 4 stars publication date 20th September
Really loved the setting and characters of this one
Before We Fall by Grace Lowrie - 4 stars
I loved this steamy romance/drama featuring Cally and Bay.
Palladian by Elizabeth Taylor - 3 stars
The September choice for The Elizabeth Taylor Reading Project and an enjoyable read, after a slow start!
Killing Hapless Ally by Anna Vaught - 3 stars
The September choice for the Ninja Book Box Book Club and an interesting story of a woman dealing with mental health issues.
Circe by Madeline Miller - 5 stars
Adored this! Definitely one of my books of the year!
Starting off with my one NetGalley book!
Publication Date - December 2018 Avon Books
And then I may have browsed the Salt Publishing website! I can never resist buying a Tote Bag!
Received this from the publisher, ahead of a Blog Tour next month!
This has been compared to The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah, and All The Light We Cannot See by Antony Doerr - how could I not want to read it!!
Any of these take your fancy? Have you read any of them? Would love to hear your thoughts!
Wishing you all a fabulous bookish week ahead!