Weekly Wrap-Up!

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I’ve not been very well this week so it’s been a really quiet week for me. I’ve not read as much or blogged as much as the previous week or two but hopefully I’ll be back in the swing of things soon!

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I’ve just finished reading The Dilemma by B. A. Paris. I picked it on a whim as I’d read some good reviews of it and I flew through it. I’ve found the author’s previous novels a mixed bag but this book was so good! I just didn’t want to put it down and read it in two sittings. I recommend it if you haven’t already read it.

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I’ve got a couple of books on the go at the moment but my main read is I Want You Gone by Miranda Rijks. I’ve had a review copy of this on my NetGalley shelf for quite a long time so wanted to make sure I picked it up before too much longer. I’m now kicking myself for leaving it so long because I’m completely invested in this novel and am really intrigued to find out what’s going to happen.

 

 

TV-wise I’m still watching Richard Osman’s House of Games every weeknight. I’m also gripped by White House Farm. I did watch a film this week too – my husband and I rented IT: Chapter 2. It’s not remotely scary but we both enjoyed the story and it kept us engrossed all the way through.

 

On my blog this week I did a weekly wrap-up post last Sunday.

On Monday I shared mini reviewsof three books: One Little Mistake by Emma Curtis, 17 Church Row by James Carol, and Dare Me by Megan Abbott.

On Wednesday I wrote about what I was currently reading, what I’d recently read or what I planned on reading next in my WWW Wednesday post.

Then yesterday I shared my book haul from this week. I got some amazing books over the last few days so am a very happy book worm!

 

How has your week been? I hope you’ve had a lovely week and had time to do some reading. If you’ve shared a wrap-up post please feel free to leave your link before and I’ll make sure to visit your post. 🙂

15 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up!

  1. I hope you’ll be feeling better soon, Hayley! Your posts have, as always, been great, and I hope you’ll be back to reading and posting the way you want to very soon.

  2. I am glad you enjoyed The Dilemma, as I have it on my review shelf. Now I’m eager to jump into it…although I will probably wait a bit, as I have others with earlier release dates.

    Feel better! Enjoy the upcoming week.

  3. I’m sorry to hear that you haven’t been feeling well. Ditto for Richard Osman’s House of Games – required viewing in our household, too! Also glad to see a new series of Vera has just started showing:)

  4. Hope you feel better soon. I had a good reading month earlier but am a bit bogged down in a good but quite academic book I’m reviewing for Shiny New Books right now. And I bought a pony book in the week and a friend just loaned me another book AND I’m a review behind.

  5. Hope you are feeling better! I was miserably sick last week and piled up in my bed with The Dilemma, which I loved!

  6. I hope you feel better soon! I definitely can’t wait to get a copy of The Dilemma. Have a wonderful week and happy reading! xx

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