The Sunday Post – 26/3/17

Weeks are going by far too quickly this year, I can’t believe it’s a Sunday again already, and I definitely can’t believe that this time next week we’ll be into April! As usual I’m connecting up with The Sunday Post over at Caffinated Book Reviewer.

This week was a busy one again at work, but for good reasons, I have next week off as annual leave so I was making sure I was pretty up to date and passing things over to my boss. I also realised while looking at my calendar that thanks to Easter and my mum coming to visit there is not a single week in April where I will actually be working a full five day week. I did however have to bring my CIPS textbook home for a little studying at some point in the week.

On the blog this week:

On Monday I answered this week’s This or That question and talked a little bit about where I get most of my books from.
On Tuesday I posted my review for Colleen Coleman’s debut novel Don’t Stop Me Now and also posted a teaser from Let The Dead Speak
On Wednesday I posted about some of the books I’ve been reading, and what I’m planning on reading next as part of WWW Wednesday
On Thursday I posted a quote from The Last Thing You Said and my thoughts on The Lost Children by Helen Phifer
On Friday I posted about the CILIP Carnegie Medal shortlist
On Saturday I discussed some of my dream bookish dinner party guests. Pop on over and let me know yours.
On Sunday I posted my thoughts on How To Mend A Broken Heart

I hope everyone has a fantastic week ahead. Let me know what you’ve got planned in the comments below!



  1. Enjoy your week off! I hope you get lots of reading done.


  2. Thanks! My biggest problem this morning has been deciding where to start!


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