Sunday Wrap UP – 12th March 2017

It’s been a good week this week. The sun was out for a lot of it, there was a bit of warmth in the sun and the increasingly lighter nights have really lifted my spirits and helped me be way more productive than usual at home! 
 I did have minor panic on Tuesday night, when I got home from work eager to pick up my kindle and continue reading The Escape by CL Taylor, only to find it was BROKEN. No idea what happened, but half the screen saver just wouldn’t go and blocked half of the words on the page. I’ve had it around five years, so it has served me well, but I was distraught! Luckily, I logged onto the local facebook selling page and someone was selling a similar one. I had a replacement in half an hour…I don’t think I could’ve waited until  one from Amazon arrived. Anyway, I got to read The Escape…it was gripping. I’ll review it this week.
 I finished Good Me, Bad Me by Ali Land (Review HERE) This was such an engrossing and creepy read, with a narrator whose voice stayed in my head way after I’d turned the last page. 
I also caught up with some mini reviews from earlier on the year. I really have to write reviews very soon after I read a book, otherwise I struggle – so a mini review round up seemed the perfect solution. You can see what I thought of The Stranger in My Home by Adele Parks, While My Eyes Were Closed by Linda Green, The Unit by Ninni Holmqvist and Miracle on Regent Street by Ali Harris HERE 

Some fantastic book post this week. I’ve already read This Love…it was amazing! So beautifully written, and heartbreaking and warm. I’ll be reviewing it this week.  Thanks to Simon Schuster for sending it to me, along with The Queen of Wishful Thinking by Milly Johnson and Quicksand by MALIN PERSSON GIOLITO. The Fire Child by S K Tremayne and The One by John Marrs were competition wins. Thank you Bilbliomaniac UK and Jess Hearts Books
I’m reading The People At Number 9 by Felicity Everett at the minute, then up next will be Where The Wild Cherries Grow by Laura Madeleine 
How’s your week been and what are you reading this week? 
Have a wonderful week.

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