Man, last week was not my best. I didn’t get through half the books that I wanted to read. I blame the fact that I have to work. Yep, the world would be a greater place if I had lots of money and free time. Ahhh, a girl can dream.
Anywho, the books that I did manage to get through included:
The Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani
1,411 QI Facts to Knock You Sideways by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harkin
The Snow Globe by Kristen Harmel
A Song for Ella Grey by David Almond
Actually, to be fair four books is quite good.
I’m currently reading three books, they are
Us by David Nicholls (I’m taking my time with this one, I want to treasure very last page)
The First Year: Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis by Jill Sklar (I figure I should probably learn a bit more about my lifelong chronic illness)
A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale (The first book in my new seasonal feature)
Other books I have to try and read this week include:
Alice + Freda Forever by Alexis Coe (NetGalley Review) (208 pages)
Fat Chance by Nick Spalding (Net Galley Review) (289 pages)
Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander (NetGalley Review) (352 pages)
Seven Letters from Paris by Samantha Verant (NetGalley Review) (288 pages)
Rocks by Joe Perry (NetGalley Review) (432 pages)
Reunion by Hannah Pittard (NetGalley Review) (288 pages)
Althea and Oliver by Christina Moracho (NetGalley Review) (384 pages)
A Week in Paris by Rachel Hore (NetGalley Review) (358 pages)
Now this may seem like a lot of books but I only have one for review next week so I will pick up the pace then.
Also, this week it is a lovely book bloggers birthday, everyone should show Clare over at A Book and Tea some birthday love.
Have an awesome reading week.
Ps I hang my head in shame, my NetGalley review percentage went down. Woe to the people.