ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) Sunday is a new meme that I am planning to feature on the blog every week. It is based on the Sunday Post which is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer, which was in turn inspired in part by the In My Mailbox meme. Basically, it allows me to let you know what went on the blog this week and anything interesting that is going on. It will also allow me to showcase any books I receive like the Showcase Sunday which is hosted by Vicky at Books, Biscuits, and Tea.
Phew! It hasn’t been such a long time since I did one of these posts – just about a month. Things are going well for me at the moment and I had a great birthday, and got some lovely presents. I’m also doing really well on the reading front at the moment, touch wood!!
On the blog the last month-ish:
- 5 star review of MURDER OF CROWS (A NOVEL OF THE OTHERS, 2) by Anne Bishop
- 3 star review of THE SILKWORM (A CORMORAN STRIKE NOVEL, 2) by Robert Galbraith
- 3 star review of FANGIRL by Rainbow Rowell
- 3 star review of RISING DARKNESS (GAME OF SHADOWS, 1) by Thea Harrison
What else is going on?
No news/links from me this time as I am playing catch-up with blog posts and with new books I’ve received. Sorry guys.
This week are the books I received as presents for my birthday – thank you Mum and Dad, and Aunty Judith and family.
- VISIONS (CAINSVILLE, 2) by Kelley Armstrong (signed) [Goodreads]
- FORBIDDEN (OTHERWORLD 10.1) by Kelley Armstrong [Goodreads]
- BRAZEN (OTHERWORLD, 13.1) by Kelley Armstrong [Goodreads]
- ODIN’S RAVENS (THE BLACKWELL PAGES, 2) by K. L. Armstrong and M. A. Marr [Goodreads]
- EATS, SHOOTS & LEAVES by Lynne Truss [Goodreads]
- AUTUMN ROSE (THE DARK HEROINE, 2) by Abigail Gibbs [Goodreads]
- TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee [Goodreads]
I am a huge Kelley Armstrong fan, especially her WOMEN OF THE OTHERWORLD series so I’m really excited to read the two novellas. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD was one of the few books I studied at school that I fell in love with, so I’m really glad to finally get hold of my own copy.
I would love to hear what you’ve been up to this week and what books, if any, you’ve got so please leave me a link in the comments below.
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