The weather is up and down like a bloody yo-yo which annoys me no end. Today promises to be a scorcher though! Today is also my 18th wedding anniversary, which I’m spending with … my in-laws. Thank goodness there will be lots of wine!
Also, when we moved here, we were the last house in a dead-end street next to a massive corn field. The field was sold and now has houses on it. So we went from having no neighbours, to having six in one go. Goodbye peace and quiet. To make matters worse, two of those neighbours have now removed a whole row of trees which means there isn’t a single spot in my garden where I can go sit down and relax to enjoy the sunshine and actually have some privacy. Totally ruined my week, let me tell you.
Anyway! The fact that the Alison Weir book is almost 600 pages long, means I’ve only read 6 books this week. For shame. 😉
Books I read this week :
Books I bought this week :
I obviously can’t help myself although two of these are pre-orders so they don’t count. 😜
ARC’s received via Netgalley :
Just the one. Okay, actually three. But the other two are still pending so again, they don’t count. 😜
This week’s book post :
A signed copy of Rachel Amphlett’s Scared to Death which I won in a giveaway on crimebookjunkie’s blog and an order from the book depository that almost made me wet myself from sheer excitement.
On the blog this past week :
Monday : Shared my review for the brilliant From the Shadows by Neil White
Tuesday : Reviewed Liar by K.L. Slater
Saturday : Shared my review for Two Sisters by Kerry Wilkinson
Sunday : Hosted a stop on the blog tour for He Made Me by Oliver Tidy and posted my weekly wrap up.
Next week on noveldeelights :
Next week, I will be hosting stops on five (I think I need an intervention) blog tours including Wolves in the Dark, Safe With Me and Guilty. I actually have my whole week planned out. I know, you’re impressed. 😉
Question of the week (please don’t think this will be a regular thing, I’m not that imaginative!) : Do you change your book genre preference for the (hopefully) hot Summer days? For instance, if you’re a crime fiction addict, do you now leave those aside and read only the lighter and fluffier stories that come with those cutsie covers? Do you pay attention to Summer and beach reads?
That’s it for today! Wishing you all a fabulous week and lots of happy reading! xx