Hello everyone, how has your weekend been thus far?
Mine has been painfully eventful. Let’s just say it involved a dog and several puncture wounds.
That aside though, I’ve had a good reading week, and have submitted my entire thesis for a second evaluation. I’m currently reading War and Wind by Alex Lidell which is so, so good. It’s full of action and a heart-burning romance. Lidells’ Tides series is one of my favourites ever – it involves a pirate princess, the open sea, elemental Gifted, and lots of fighting, or should I say, mutiny!
Another book I finished last week is The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin which I’ll be posting my review for next week. In short, The Immortalists is a gripping tale of four siblings who get foretold their death day and how their lives are changed by it. The book had an eerie feel to it and even though I knew what was going to happen, I was so emotionally invested in the characters. If you enjoy historical fiction and warm family stories I would recommend this book to you wholeheartedly. It’s become one of my best reads so far.
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This week on Instagram I posted a picture that took a lot of work in terms of editing and writing an emotionally invested caption. If you’re interested in reading the caption, just click on the picture below!
This picture was inspired by BookishBronte‘s BooksforClothes hashtag!
- Book review for No Sad Songs by Frank Morelli
- Cam’s Bookish Tales: Reading As An Act of Self Love
- Cam’s Bookish Tales: Fitting Your Blogging Voice To The Crowd – Good or Bad?(Technically, this one wasn’t last week but the post has been doing quite well and wanted to add it.)
These are review copies I’ve received over the past week or two!
- Evelina from AvalinahsBooks shares her tips on being an organized blogger
- Tabby from Orange Owl Diaries talks about the good side of book buying bans
- Austine from NovelKnight discusses creating your blogging brand
- And finally, Marie from DrizzleandHurricaneBooks shares ways to support a book blogger
How has your week be so far? Did you read a good book this week? What are you doing over the weekend?
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