This week was a lovely week!
Lets see... We started the week with a trip to Fort Nelson and Portchester Castle then Tuesday through to Friday the little dude attended holiday club in the mornings and then spent his afternoons doing various things like attending a family fun inflatable day (lots of bouncy castles and the like) at a local farm, had a play date with friends, and had a massive village water fight on Friday (which is an annual event).
I'm so tired!
A book I'd been looking forward to for forever released which was exciting and I've already read it which is sad because now I'm waiting on the next one. Again.
(First world problems of a bookworm right here.)
I was also a bit naughty with the request button this week and true to form got accepted even on titles I thought would be refused! Oh well...
I'm so happy. It was so good. I'm super excited for the next instalment.
I'm going to re-read my favourite bits until they're burned into my brain permanently 'cause that's how I roll.
It was short but it was good. I'll definitely check out the first two books in the series now, especially since they're available in KU.
My pre-order delivered at midnight and I did a happy dance!
This is a super short novella and Sara Ney is a RARE 2020 author so I want to read more of her.
Rick from the Kitty Norville series gets his tale told!
Yes, there was a Christmas eARC last week and here is another one for this week!
Oh look! Make that two new Christmas books... I know, I know! I feel shame. It's summer! 🙈
I love the cover and can't wait to start reading the book!
Evelina talks bout The Greatest Book Blogging Myths.
Sophie has an awesome discussion post on why we don’t see pudgy and lazy male MC in romance stories.
Alys discusses different reader types over at Alys in Bookland.
The little dude is an Attenborough acolyte and history fiend so without his term-time bedtime, he's had plenty of time to work his way through Planet Earth II on Netflix as well as S1 of Great British Castles.
Pretty much an episode of each most nights.
I figure it's doesn't take any more time than watching a movie, is entertaining, educational and family friendly so why not? It's not like I can finish watching Riverdale, Stranger Things, Knightfall or Luther while he's around!
We did manage to watch Alita Battle Angel which was cool and not what I was expecting.
Blitz: The Good Guy by Kate Meader
Reading Challenge: July Update
(I got tired and didn't write the post in time. So I'll post this coming week instead.)
Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Are Linked to Specific Moments In My Life
Family Adventures: A Trip to Longleat Adventure Park!
Mini Reviews: Live Fae or Die Trying & Dead Fae Walking
Bookish This or That
Can't Wait Wednesday!
Review: Grave Memory by Kalayna Price (Alex Craft #3)
Family Adventures: Portchester Castle and Fort Nelson!