So this week has been much better than last, firstly I had some holiday to use up so I was only in the office four days this week – and I have tomorrow off too! Thursday night I went to the launch event for James Oswald’s new book Written in Bones, at Waterstones in Edinburgh. It was a great event, really well attended and both James and the host Russel McLean were on great form.
Then on Friday I came through to stay with one of my closest friends in Dundee, Friday night consisted of take away and curling up on the sofa with a book. Saturday we spent the afternoon playing games before heading out to another friends for dinner, drinks and more games, and today has been a fantastically lazy day featuring cake, random TV, reading and more games.
As I write this I’m almost crying with laughter listening to him destroy The Circle of Life, as we work our way through my musical playlist in the background.
I’m going into next week in a much better more relaxed place, I’ve got a few reviews to write-up and should be shared on the blog this coming week.
On the blog this week:
Book Review – Written in Bones // This or That
Book Review – Ragdoll // Teaser Tuesday
Book Review – The Fifth Letter // WWW Wednesday
Discussion Post – The World Re-imagined
I hope everyone has a fantastic week ahead. Let me know what you’ve got planned in the comments below!
5 thoughts on “The Sunday Post – 26/2/17”
Stormi D Johnson
I am glad this week was less stressful for you than the previous week and it sounds like you have a great weekend. Have a great week and happy reading!
Week in Review
Glad this week was better! Your Friday night sounds PERRRRFECT 🙂 Was that the Elton’s Circle of Life?? I LOOOVE that song! 🙂
It was The Lion King Broadway cast version but yup that song!
All weekend was fantastic, read 3 books and started a 4th, and played a lot of board games, accompanied by liberal amounts of prosecco lol
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ohhhhh THREE BOOKS!!! that’s awesome! I can’t remember the last time I read that much 🙂
but… maybe liberal amounts of prosecco sounds AS GOOD as the three books ;-P