A weekly event hosted by Sheila from Book Journey to discuss your reading week ~ the books you've read and those you plan on reading in the coming week. I love this meme, it helps me stay on track ... well, most of the time. Thanks Sheila!
On the home front:
Feeling better but the awful virus all the family seems to have had, is a tenacious one, damn it. Anyway ... packing, getting organised and having my precious granddaughter for a last sleepover has taken precedence. In other words ... bad blogger I am!
#bookblogwalkers update #39: Felicia's Book Blog Walkers: love that so many of my friends are doing Felicia's challenge to move and get healthy. If you also have a fitbit and want to add me, let me know :)
:( no walks with Bella but got lots of steps in shopping and getting organised for trip. There'll be lots of walks and castle stairs in England & Scotland.
Mon: 15,000 steps
Tue: 8098 steps
Wed: 11,792 steps
Thurs: 8392 steps
Fri: 9771 steps
Sat: 8665 steps
Sun: 5430 steps
Reviews & Posts: (click on title)
THE BREWER'S TALE by Karen Brooks ~ fascinating read
Finished last week:
THE SILENT SISTER by Diane Chamberlain ~ loved it 4.5 stars
BIG LITTLE LIES by Lianne Moriarty (audiobook) ~ library borrowbox. Couldn't stand some of the mean-girl school mums to start with but but ended up really enjoying this one.
This Week's Reading List:
apologies in advance to some of my favourite authors for reviews after publication ... they will get done, just later than I'd hoped.
THE TUDOR VENDETTA by C.W. Gortner (The Spymaster Chronicles #3) ~ 60% done and enjoying it, will finish on flight to UK ... how fitting.
OUR KIND OF LOVE by Victoria Purman (Boys of Summer #3)
THE WINTER CROWN by Elizabeth Chadwick (Eleanor of Aquitaine #2) ~ (audiobook) can't wait to listen to this one while travelling
LARGER THAN LIFE by Jodi Picoult (novella prequel to Leaving Time) ~ excellent, made me cry