Weekly Wrap-Up (February 10)

This week’s wrap-up is a bit on the short side as I’m expecting friends really soon and I suspect they’d like me to be dressed in a more appropriate way than I am right now.

Another week of potential tongue-biting but instead I’ve just been rolling my eyes a lot and have found the best way to deal with seeing people showing their true colours, is to laugh about them in private.

Live and let live, people. It’s not rocket science.

Thank goodness for books, eh? I mean, sure, wine provides a good escape too but my liver prefers the book option. πŸ˜‰

So, how did I do this week?

| BOOKS I READ THIS WEEK |

And another six books bite the dust. I was aiming for seven. Not entirely sure what happened. πŸ€”

| BOOKS I BOUGHT THIS WEEK |

Confession time. I just really wanted to buy something. Anything. I wasn’t even picky. In The Night Wood caught my eye because of the cover. A River in the Trees as well but since I’m on a historical fiction kick lately, that was a bonus. The Companion has been on my wishlist for ages so I fixed that.

| ON THE BLOG THIS PAST WEEK |

Monday : Hosted a stop on the blog tour for You Belong to Me by Mark Tilbury

Tuesday : Joined the blog tour for What Happens in France by Carol Wyer

Wednesday : Shared My Week in Books

Thursday : Hosted a stop on the blog four The Lost Man by Jane Harper

Friday : Shared an extract from Stalker by Lars Kepler for the blog tour

Saturday : Joined the blog tour for The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea

Sunday : Weekly Wrap-Up

| NEXT WEEK ON NOVEL DEELIGHTS |

Monday : It seems this spot is empty. I’m as surprised as you are.

Tuesday : Blog tour | Guest Post | East of England by Eamonn Griffin

Wednesday : Blog tour | Review | Where She Lies by Michael Scanlon

Thursday : Blog tour | Review | Flowers over the Inferno by Iliara Tuti

Friday : Review | The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelidis

Saturday : Might take the day off

Sunday : Weekly Wrap-Up

Well, that’s a surprisingly quiet week in the midst of the February chaos. Either that or I forgot something. Eek.

Right, that’s it. Told you it would be short today. I haven’t even been able to think of a question of the week. I’ll try and do better next week πŸ˜‰

Have a fab week and lots of happy reading! Until next time! xx

27 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up (February 10)

  1. You mean PJs are not the official Sunday outfit??????

    ‘Another week of potential tongue-biting but instead I’ve just been rolling my eyes a lot and have found the best way to deal with seeing people showing their true colours, is to laugh about them in private’ Yes mama! I don’t know what yours was about but my week has been all about sighing and discovering what people really are like!

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  2. Have ordered The Last Man on audio . Anyone know if The Glass Woman is anywhere on audio?
    Have you tried Mark Mills The Information Officer? Good one!
    Also The King of the Castle by Susan Hill – just listening and also good one!

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  3. Sunday is all about comfy clothing! You should tell your friends it’s the official dress code or they are fired. πŸ˜‰ All these books look great by the way… Here’s to next week being wonderful! xx

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  4. I’ve no idea what’s going on but I’ve managed to get through almost a decade of blogging pretty much drama free by rolling my eyes to myself and keeping well out of it.

    Anyway … I bought In The Night Wood too this week. It’s a stunning looking book indeed but a bit skinier than I’d expected! I also bought the hunting party because I’ve read a lot of good things about it. I can see my bank balance taking a big hit now I’m back to the blog πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ“šπŸ“š

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    1. The trick is to stay away from Facebook and Twitter. The less you see, the better.

      My copy of Into The Night Wood just arrived and I see what you mean. It’s really tiny! But so pretty!

      Have I mentioned yet how thrilled I am to have you back?! Sorry about the bank balance though πŸ˜‚

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  5. I’m not even sure I’m keeping up any more with what’s going on among bloggers, unless it’s about the coffee thing which isn’t even worth commenting on, I don’t even know :-). Oh I look forward to your Thursday and Friday reviews! You’re really getting back in the game it seems πŸ™‚

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