Weekly Review: May 7, 2017

Well the week has finally come to an end and it’s time for my weekly wrap-up.

My Weekly Review will be a quick run down of my posts for the week, plans for the coming week and anything else I feel I need to share.

Blog Update

My blog is still very new and I’m slowly adjusting to life as a book blogger. I’ve been searching out some memes/linkys to join and will gradually adding them over the coming weeks. If anyone has any they would like to recommend, then please let me know in the comments.

Book of the Week

Compared to the last couple of weeks, this week has been a bit slow for me on the reading front. However my standout book for this week has to be Breathless by Nicola Claire. My full review will follow shortly. I have a major book hangover at the minute and my patience will definitely be tested waiting for the next book.

Breathless

NetGalley Approvals

I haven’t requested many books over the last couple of weeks as I’ve been unable to keep up with the reading. However, when I saw that The Roses of May was available I knew I just had to request it. I was over the moon when I learned that it was a read now title.

The Roses of May.jpg

This Weeks Posts

All in all I’ve had a reasonably productive week with reviews for The Spookshow, Presidential Shift and My Beautiful Disaster: Part 1

I’ve shared my Week in Books and my Bookish (and not so bookish) Thoughts.

I’ve joined in with Searching Saturday, Stacking the Shelves and Six Degrees of Separation (linking The Slap to Trust Me)

Well that’s my week in brief. If you want to keep up with things as they happen feel free to follow me on Instagram, Twitter and Goodreads!

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