Weekly Review: June 18, 2017

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

I’m almost back to normality following my break and the mountain of laundry we brought back with us. Fortunately it looks like we’ve brought the sun too (for now at least) so things aren’t all bad.

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My book of the week this week is The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter. Many years ago when she was a relatively new author I read all her books. However for one reason or another I haven’t picked one up for ages so when this one popped up on NetGalley I jumped at the opportunity to read it.

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It’s been a busy week this week on NetGalley and I’ve added several books to my TBR list this week. Now all I need to do is find the time to read them all!

Here are the books I’ve added this week.

This Week's Posts

I think I’m finally back on track this week with reviews of Wintersong by S Jae-Jones on Monday and I Let You Go by Lisa Mackintosh on Friday. This was previously published on my lifestyle blog but after a redesign I’m slowly moving all my book reviews over here.

My usual weekly memes are back again with First Chapters, First Paragraph from The Devil’s Work by Mark Edwards on Tuesday, This Week in Books on Wednesday, TBR Thursday and Bookish (and not so Bookish) Thoughts on Thursday and Searching Saturday yesterday.

Earlier today I also took part in my first ever book tour for Shadows by Conrad Jones.

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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