I can’t believe it’s Saturday again already!
This week I’ve posted about the books published in 2015 or before that I most want to read this year. You can read that post here if you’d like to. I’d previously posted my most anticipated new releases of 2016 (which can be read here), and I realised that there were so many books that were on my list to read last year that I’d not time to get to so I wanted to even things up.
Also this week I posted an interview that I did with the author of Search for the Truth, Kathryn Freeman.
I’m struggling with reading at the moment. I’m still not 100% health-wise and my physio schedule is really taking it out of me. I’m trying to find to find balance in my life so that I can keep on blogging regularly but at the moment I’m coming unstuck because I don’t have the energy and concentration to read as much as I’d like to. Anyway, I’ll figure it out eventually!
I only managed to read one book this week but I did get a review of it posted (please click on the link below the image to read my review).
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.
This week I’ve treated myself to a few new Kindle books with my Christmas money.
The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k by Sarah Knight
Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon
The Big Lie by Julie Mayhew
The Looking Glass House by Vanessa Tait
The Gilded Life of Matilda Duplaine by Alex Brunkhorst
The Country Girls by Edna O’Brien
The Gap of Time by Jeanette Winterson
An Invisible Sign of My Own by Aimee Bender
I received some fab ARCS this week too:
The Poison Artist by Jonathan Moore
The Astonishing Return of Norah Wells by Virginia MacGregor
If I forget You by Thomas Christopher Greene
I’ll Be Home for Christmas by Roisin Meaney
The Birthday that Changed Everything by Debbie Johnson
Behind Closed Doors by B. A. Paris
The Second Love of My Life by Victoria Walters
The Missing Hours by Emma Kavanagh
What have you been reading this week? Have you bought any new books? Please feel free to link to your wrap-up post, or if you don’t have a blog please share in the comments below! 🙂