The Sunday Post – 21st January 2018

I really should be doing something else right now, like panicking about the CIPS exam I have tomorrow and doing some last minute revision but ah well! This week has been a pretty good week, I spent Tuesday working from home because of the snow, it wasn’t actually that bad on the Tuesday but I wasn’t feeling 100% so it was a good excuse to sit huddled in a blanket with my hot water bottle working away at my kitchen table where no one could see me!

And today I finally got to meet the lovely Charlotte from Charlotte, Somewhere. We’ve been in contact via Twitter for a while now and she was up my way anyway so it was wonderful to head into Edinburgh with her and visit Waterstones and get a coffee, I was even relatively well behaved and only bought three books!

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

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Books I’ve Read This Week


I’ve not finished this one yet, unfortunately my Managing Contracts and Supplies In Procurement and Supply textbook has been eating up too much of my time.

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On The Blog This Week

Tuesday: I shared a teaser from Everless and posted some bookish resolutions as part of Top Ten Tuesday

Wednesday: I shared my weekly reading update

Saturday: I shone a spotlight on the Inspector McLean series ahead of the latest book being published next week, and completed the Rapid Fire book tag

Sunday: I took part in Six for Sunday and shared some of my favourite covers from 2017

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Coming Up On Sarah Withers Blogs

I’m reviewing The Advent Killer and Need To Know and taking part in blog tours for Joshua N’Gon: Last Prince of Alkebulahn and The Big Event

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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

10 thoughts on “The Sunday Post – 21st January 2018

        1. Sarah

          Well there were the 3 Pops, I subscribed to Wildest Dreams and then got two Ian Rankin books, one by Jeffery Deaver and More Than This by Patrick Ness, but they were all from a charity shop and only came to £3 so that’s not so bad…


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