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: Over the moon to be home with my family. Last week was all about loving on them and recovering from jetlag. Slowly getting back into the swing of things with book reviews and tours due this week and a few thousand photos to organise lol. Here it is the 1st of December and Christmas is just around the corner ... eek!
Can't wait to visit your blogs and see what you've been up to :)
Stonehenge at sunset ... totally surreal
Tower of London Poppies
my gorgeous little granddaughter Mia is 5 months old
and she's my most favourite little person to photograph xx
#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 :)
My fitbit went with me to the UK and boy did it do some work. 15,000 to 20,000 steps per day unless we were in the car travelling. Castles and cathedrals offer a bootcamp unlike any other ;) This week, back home and recovering from jetlag things have been a little slower but I have leg muscles HA and I'm the fittest I've been in a long time :)
Mon: 8449 steps
Tue: 8256 steps
Wed: 5205 steps
Thurs: 6595 steps
Fri: shopping and walk with Bella 14,005 steps
Sat: 5600 steps
Sun: beach walk and swim with Bella 6103 steps
Reviews & Posts: (click on title)
LOVING UK ~ Travel Update - historical and photography porn!! For those that don't follow me on facebook and missed the photos I've got another post (or three) to get up in the next week or two. Thanks for all your lovely comments :)
Finished in UK:
THE TUDOR VENDETTA by C.W. Gortner (The Spymaster Chronicles #3) ~ enjoyed it and surreal to be visiting Westminster, walking London and Southwalk while reading this one.
THE FIRST LIE by Diane Chamberlain ~ short story prequel. Now looking forward to Necessary Lies.
THE LIGHT IN THE LABRYINTH by Wendy J. Dunn
OUR KIND OF LOVE by Victoria Purman (Boys of Summer #3)
THE WINTER CROWN by Elizabeth Chadwick (Eleanor of Aquitaine #2) ~ (audiobook) 50% done and loving it, didn't get it finished while in the UK but it's fabulous.
What's Up Next:
Fabulous guest post and giveaway by Sherryl Caulfield author of SELDOM COME BY (book 1 of the Iceberg Trilogy) ... you know how much I loved and raved about this one. (check out my review) Make sure you stop by on Thursday!