The Sunday Post – 28th January 2018

This week seems to have flown by, this might be something to do with the three day work week I had. I was off on Monday because of my exam, and then I had Friday off because I have some annual leave to use up!

On Wednesday I was fortunate enough to attend the launch event for The Gathering Dark, the latest in James Oswald’s Inspector McLean series. It was at Waterstones in Edinburgh which is a beautiful building anyway and it was a really interesting Q&A, fortunately I had picked up a copy of the book just before the event so I was right at the front of the queue when it came to getting it signed otherwise I think I would have been there for quite some time, I had started reading it while I was waiting and James even said I’d have finished it if I was at the back of the queue!

I’m starting next week with a day off so I’m popping up to St Andrews to meet a friend for dinner, really looking forward to it, St Andrews is one of my favourite towns to just wander about in!

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

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Books I’ve Read This Week

TTWLWWD Ligali_TheBigEvent_Ebook

Still making my way through this one, but now my exam is over I’m hoping to free up some time for reading, including two hour long train journeys tomorrow so hopefully this one will be finished and I’ll be onto the next one soon. I also read The Big Event, although it’s only a short story.

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On The Blog This Week

Monday: I reviewed the first book in Alastair Gunn’s DCI Antonia Hawkins series – The Advent Killer

Thursday: I took part in the blog tour for Joshua N’Gon: Last Prince of Alkebulahn, and shared a guest post by the author Anthony Hewitt

Saturday: I reviewed the first in a short story series by Anne John-Ligali as part of the blog blitz for The Big Event

Sunday: I shared six authors I discovered during 2017 as part of #SixforSunday

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Coming Up On Sarah Withers Blogs

Expect a few reviews and I might even manage one of the tags I’ve been meaning to do for months.

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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

4 thoughts on “The Sunday Post – 28th January 2018

  1. Emma's Library

    The Waterstones in Edinburgh is a beautiful building. I’ve only been in once when Christopher Paolini was doing his book tour for Inheritance and I would love to go back. That sounds like an interesting series too!

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    1. Sarah

      I’m lucky that James Oswald has a farm in Fife so he does a lot of things in Scotland for logistical reasons, he works the farm as well as writing so he can’t do book tours that take him away for long periods of time so although I was at the Edinburgh event he goes up to the highlands and all about

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