Odd sort of week this has been, where I spent most of it getting the days completely wrong which meant the week just seemed to last longer than it should have. In positive news though, my twitter issues seem to have been resolved although my intention of spending less time there has been skewered and I’m actually more on twitter than ever before. And I’m sure you’ll all be glad to know I finally tackled my ironing pile.
Anyway, on to the books! I managed to read a respectable 6 books this week.
Books I read this week :
Books I bought this week :
Well. This should obviously had said zero, nada, zip, nothing! But my fingers slipped. That’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it! And in my defence, it was Thursday so at least I lasted five days and not five minutes. 😂 Still, one isn’t so bad, is it? I’d feel quite proud and accomplished if the withdrawal symptoms weren’t so distracting. *twitch*
ARC’s received via Netgalley :
I do feel quite proud of myself that my self-imposed book buying ban *twitch* didn’t result in requesting all the books on Netgalley. Obviously I can show restraint if I really want to. 😏
Bookpost that arrived this week :
Really pleased with these beauties! 😍
On the blog this past week :
Monday : I shared my review for Bird Tribunal
Tuesday : I was able to share a publication day review for The Other Girl
Wednesday : Shared my thoughts on A Tapping At My Door
Thursday : Another publication day review, this one for All The Wicked Girls
Saturday : Joined the blog tour for No Accident
Sunday : Posted my thoughts on Dead Simple
Next week on noveldeelights :
Another intention that bit the dust is the one where I told myself I’d participate in less blog tours before my holiday. So obviously I’m doing three next week. I’ll be doing my bit for Team Bookouture with reviews for The Accident and Hide and Seek and I’ll also have a guest post for the Witch Dust blog tour which is my last hurrah for the brilliant Band Of Thieves Team.
In other news : Less than two weeks until Tuscany! I’m also still working on that giveaway I mentioned last week but I can’t quite decide when to post it 😄.
Question of the week : This is an easy one. It can be answered with a simple yes or no, though that’s not quite conducive to an interesting conversation so work with me here, people! 😂.
“Yes, it is perfectly okay to start a long-running series smack-bang in the middle and work your way backwards” OR “Nooooo! You start with book one, always! There should be a law that says so!”
Anywho, that’s it for another week! Have a great one and happy reading! xx