Weekly Wrap-Up (February 11)


Hm, how to sum up my week. As far as reading goes, not too shabby. As far as everything else goes, meh. I’m a tad poorly and can’t get in to see my GP for another two weeks, by which time I’ll probably have lost so much weight, I’ll be able to hide behind a lamppost. On the upside, I’m losing weight 😂 and I’m also sleeping a lot, which makes a nice change from my usual bouts of insomnia. Silver linings galore. Or something. Anyway, onwards!

Books I read this week

Books I bought this week

Of course my not-buying books wasn’t going to last but three isn’t so bad.

ARC’s received via Netgalley

Blog tour. 😜


Bookpost that landed on my doorstep this past week

Also for blog tour purposes. In case you were wondering.

On the blog this past week

Despite being poorly, I managed to keep up with my commitments which was a relief. I didn’t post on Friday and Saturday though. It felt weird. 😄

Monday : Joined the blog blitz for the fabulous Past Echoes by Graham Smith

Tuesday : Hosted a stop on the blog tour for 66 Metres by J.F. Kirwan

Wednesday : Joined another blog tour, this one for Little Liar by Clare Boyd

Thursday : Hosted a stop on the blog tour for The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda

Sunday : Weekly Wrap Up

Next week on Novel Deelights

I’ll be sharing my publication day review for Come A Little Closer by Rachel Abbott and I’m hosting two Bookouture blog tours as well. One is for The Lying Kind by Alison James and the other one for T.J. Brearton’s Next To Die.

And that’s it. If you missed my tweet, allow me to apologise once again for the lack of sharing and interaction on social media and your blogs. Hopefully I will shake off whatever nasty bug is tormenting me really soon and things can finally go back to normal. Until then, sleeping and reading it is. Doesn’t sound so bad when you look at it that way, does it? 😄

Have a great week and I wish you all lots of happy reading! xx

18 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up (February 11)

  1. I like the look of Blue Night. Hope you feel better soon. I like listening to audio books when I feel poorly. ( if I can keep the concentration and stay awake). Lots of sleep sounds like a good thing, hope it helps make you feel better.
    Amanda xx

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