The 'back to school after half term' battle turned out to be unnecessary as the little dude went back to school with nary a moan or a whimper. Very strange... But welcome.
The week was generally a quiet one. School, work, chilled evenings.
I took advantage of this and binge read my way through five books.
I can't remember the last time I did that in a week. It was fun.
However, the binge reading meant I wasn't on my computer at all outside of the office and that meant I was behind on comments. I tried to catch up at the weekend but if I missed you, I'm sorry!
This was a 100-page or so novella and book one in a series.
It was okay but I fear pretty forgettable so despite the fact I'm willing to continue reading I wonder if I'll remember it when it when part two releases?
I suppose if the cover is as eye-catching as this one then I just might!
This book has left me emotionally crippled.
I said everything I have to say in my review and I'm now practicing the art of mental avoidance or else I'll start crying again. No joke.
It was okay. Not good, not great, just okay. The series has me gripped enough to continue but I'm really hoping they get better.
The series got better!
Ooohh.... I'm liking this now. I'm liking this lots.
This is a short story (re?) released for World Book Day.
Both the kindle and print editions were 99p (seriously) so I bought the little print edition. We have all the Percy Jackson/Heroes books on print (and audio) and it'd feel wrong to have this one only on my kindle.... Not to mention, there's no way in hell I'd surrender my kindle to the little dude so he could read it! The content he could stumble upon... 😂
I've been eye-balling this book for ages and grabbed it when it went to £3.99 on kindle. Win!
I think this might have been a sale. It was only £1.49. Since I've wanted it for a while, I pounced.
So much love around for this book and at 99p it'd be rude not to finally find out why for myself!
How many people have loved this book? How many people have it on their 'Best of 2018' lists?
LOTS. And I've never read it despite wanting to every time I see it.
At 99p, I wasn't passing it up!
A facebook book advert baited me... I haven't read it yet but the click bait snippets sounded so good!
Anna @ Herding Cats & Burning Soup is hosting a month-long blog-ahead event! If you're struggling to bank some posts - the story of my life - then why not join in?
I started watching S1 of the Mayan's MC tv show.
I loved Sons of Anarchy but after three episodes of the Mayan's, I'm still on the fence.
Amazingly, it's available on BBC iPlayer in the UK... Never thought that would happen!
Cover reveal: Kingdom of Sand and Wishes
(I was taking part in this but I'm 100% done with promo stuff being sent through the night before it's to go live. I get the need with cover reveals but with book blitzes there's just no need... I'm busy and don't have time for that crap. Shame because the book was great.)
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