Weekly Wrap-Up (February 3)

Hello February! So good to see you! I’m so delighted I’m welcoming you with a whole bunch of sneezing and sniffling. You’re welcome!

Nothing much else to report. This week was a much better one than last week. Staying away from social media really works. The less I know, the better. And I am now officially in “countdown to Spring” mode. Which would go a heck of a lot easier if it would stop snowing but at least the days are slowly but surely getting longer.

On to the books! What did I read?

| BOOKS I READ THIS WEEK |

Once again, I thought I read more than this. My wrap ups are disappointing me πŸ˜‚. I know, I know, six is good, blah blah blah. I just really need to get my head down because have I mentioned February is mental on the blog? I think I have. It bears repeating.

| BOOKS I BOUGHT THIS WEEK |

In case you missed the news, Harlan Coben’s The Stranger is coming to Netflix, starring the hotness that is Richard Armitage, so of course I had to buy the book so I can read it before the tv adaptation airs sometime this year. Then said hotness that is Richard Armitage completely threw me off by saying he recommends you read the book beforehand but NOT the last two chapters. Say what now?! Terribly sorry, your hotness, but it’s all or nothing. πŸ˜‚

| ARC’s RECEIVED VIA NETGALLEY |

One to read early and one I was convinced I wouldn’t get so I went ahead and requested it, confident that it wouldn’t mess up my shelf. Ha! Oops.

| BOOK POST THAT LANDED ON MY DOORSTEP THIS WEEK |

Annie Thorne! Yay! Courtesy of Michael Joseph and for the blog tour at the end of the month. I must admit I’m slightly puzzled about the other one πŸ€”

| ON THE BLOG THIS PAST WEEK |

Monday : I kicked off the week by sharing an extract for my stop on the blog tour for I’ll Find You by Liz Lawler

Tuesday : Joined the blog tour for the brilliant The Chestnut Man by SΓΈren Sveistrup

Wednesday : Author Owen Mullen visited my blog with a fun guest post for my stop on the blog tour for Out of the Silence. I also shared my Week in Books.

Thursday : Shared my review for Don’t Turn Around by Amanda Brooke

Friday : Another fab guest post. This time from author Alex Dahl for the blog tour of The Boy at the Door

Saturday : Accidental double booking day. I joined the blog tour for The Last by Hanna Jameson and shared an extract for my stop on the tour for Beton Rouge by Simone Buchholz.

Sunday : Weekly Wrap-Up

| NEXT WEEK ON NOVEL DEELIGHTS |

Monday : Review | Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain

Tuesday : Blog tour | Review | What Happens in France by Carol Wyer
Tuesday : Blog tour | Review | You Belong to Me by Mark Tilbury

Wednesday : This Week in Books

Thursday : Blog tour | Review | The Lost Man by Jane Harper

Friday : Blog tour | Extract | Stalker by Lars Keppler

Saturday : Blog tour | Review | The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea

Sunday : Weekly Wrap-Up

This isn’t so bad. I’ve got this. I think.

Fun things around the internet.

Over on Twitter, Vintage HQ is asking who you’d like to see in a remake of An Affair to Remember, which originally starred Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr. The options are Richard Armitage & Kate Winslet, Matthew Goode & Carey Mulligan or Tom Ellis & Claire Foye.

Also over on Twitter, Penguin Books UK is asking you to vote on your favourite love story.

Nominations are now open for the Annual Blogger Bash Awards so go forth and nominate your favourite book blog.

And that’s it. I have a huge pile of reviews to get through and then reading to go. Hope you’re all enjoying your weekend and I wish you a fantastic week! See you next time! Happy reading! xx

18 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up (February 3)

  1. I’m totally with you on the counting down til spring! I am also noticing the slowly increasing lighter nights. ( very slowly).
    I hadn’t heard the Harlem Coben book /series was coming to Netflix. I think I will watch the series rather than the book minus the last chapters! I wonder if it’s to keep the suspense or because they changed the end.
    Happy reading and hope springs comes fast!
    Amanda xx

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    1. I assume there will be quite a few changes since the book is set in America but the series is filmed in England. Maybe he just think the ending is too spoiler-ish. I don’t know but knowing myself, I’ll probably just read the entire book. πŸ˜‚

      Hope you’re having a great week, Amanda! xx

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    1. Hello, new follower Megan! Nice to meet you!

      Believe me, I know about the burn outs. I’ve been there. When that happens, I just take a step back for a bit but I can never stay away for long. I’m glad to hear that making those changes worked for you!

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