The Sunday Post – 14th January 2018

Another week done, I must admit I struggled with work this week, my sleeping pattern still isn’t right after my time off and I was exhausted and feeling a little ill by the time it got to Friday night, so I sent myself to bed when I got in a little after five, and didn’t surface until a little after lunchtime on Saturday.

I’ve got a short week coming up as I’ve Friday off for a day’s study leave, I can’t say I’m looking forward to it as I have an exam the following Monday but it’s a day I’m not in work so I’m considering that a positive!

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly at Caffeinated Reviewer

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Books I’ve Read This Week

I found Undercover Princess to be okay, not brilliant but not bad either. I really enjoyed The Burning, although I feel the style of it gave the ending away a little earlier than I would have wanted… I was pleased to get back to the beginning of Maeve’s journey though after starting with the most recent book in the series last year.

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On The Blog This Week

Monday: I took part in the blog tour for The Missing Girl by Jenny Quintana

Tuesday: I shared a teaser from The Missing Girl and shared ten books from 2017 I didn’t manage to read as part of Top Ten Tuesday

Wednesday: You were all treated to my week in reading when I took part in WWW Wednesday

Saturday: I shared my review of Nemesis by Brendan Reichs, and posted my first discussion post of the year, talking about two books that had an intriguing premise.

Sunday: I shared 6 books I didn’t enjoy that much last year as part of Six for Sunday

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Coming Up On Sarah Withers Blogs

I’ll be sharing a couple of reviews and completing the Get To Know Me tag!

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That was my week! Let me know your favourite blog post of the week, either one you’ve written or read somewhere else, and I’ll be sure to check it out!

With Love Sarah

3 thoughts on “The Sunday Post – 14th January 2018

    1. Sarah

      It’s definitely a solid start to the series, I enjoyed Let The Dead Speak more, but I guess that’s just because the series is more established these days. I’m keen to fill in the gap though!

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