Weekly Wrap-Up and Stacking the Shelves (28 November)

It’s been another busy week on my blog.

I was very lucky to get to do an author interview with Lynda Renham.

I had a promo post and giveaway of The Lost Girl by Liz Harris.

I’ve joined in with my usual WWW Wednesday and Book Beginnings memes.

My week in books:

I’ve read five books this week and have reviewed all of them. (Please click on the titles in the list below the pics to read my reviews)


Christmas at Cranberry Cottage by Talli Roland 

The Jazz Files by Fiona Veitch Smith

Follow Me by Angela Clarke

The Secret by the Lake by Louise Douglas

The Widow by Fiona Barton




I’m also joining in with Stacking the Shelves (hosted by Tynga’s Reviews), which is all about sharing the books that you’ve acquired in the past week – ebooks or physical books, and books you’ve bought or borrowed or received an ARC of.

Books I’ve bought this week: 

The Past by Tessa Hadley

Playlist for the Dead by Michelle Falkoff

Beneath the Surface: Killer Whales by John Hargrove

Head for the Edge, Keep Walking by Kate Tough

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah


ARCS I’ve received this week:

The Boy Under the Mistletoe by Katey Lovell

When Everything Feels Like the Movies by Raziel Reid

Seven Ways We Lie by Riley Redgate

This Secret We’re Keeping by Rebecca Done

Perfectly Broken by Robert Burke Warren




How bookish has your week been? Have you added any books on to your TBR pile? Have you bought a book that you’re particularly excited to read? Let me know in the comments and feel free to link back to your own blog.

23 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up and Stacking the Shelves (28 November)

  1. The Boy Under the Mistletoe looks really cute – I am desperately looking for Christmas books to read, so I need to check that one out. 🙂
    Have a good Saturday!

    • I’m glad to hear that The Nightingale is good. I love Tessa Hadley’s books, I’ve read quite a few and they’ve all been so good. I was trying to resist buying her latest yet but I just couldn’t wait any longer to get it. 🙂

    • Thanks so much! I can’t wait to read both of these books, they just sound really good. I’m not sure yet when I’ll read them but I’ll definitely be reviewing them at some point. I’m going to go look at your post in a sec. 🙂

  2. Such great books, enjoy reading them all! I’ve got The Nightingale on my shelf, but still haven’t read it. I’ve head lots of good things about it though. I can’t wait to read your reviews! x

  3. I’m not familiar with any of the books you got–I’m pretty stuck into certain genres–but I hope you enjoy them!

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