Weekly Wrap Up April 10th 2016

It feels odd writing a weekly wrap up post having not written one in a couple of weeks.

I don’t have a huge amount to report though as I finished one book last Sunday night and I finished another one yesterday afternoon!

I finally read and finished All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker last weekend. It’s the mystery thriller that was all over social media lately! I haven’t written my review yet as it’s not published until July and I think 3 months early is a bit premature for a review! I could change my mind though so watch this space!!! πŸ™‚

(This is the only cover image I have at the moment!)

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Following on from this, the second book I read and finished this week was A Tapping at my Door by David Jackson.

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I reviewed this earlier today, and you can read my 5 star review by clicking the link below:

A Tapping at my Door by David Jackson.

 

If any of you follow me on Facebook (www.facebook.com/bibliophilebookclub) or Twitter (@bibliophilebc), you will have seen my post about the loss of my grandfather last weekend. I honoured my blog commitments but wasn’t posting much! This week I had a cover reveal and two blog tour posts. You can catch up with those by clicking the relevant links:

*Cover Reveal* The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn

C.J. Carver Spare Me The Truth Blog Tour

Marnie Riches The Girl Who Walked in the Shadows Blog Tour

I also took the time to reorganise my TBR shelves as I bought some new books, 19 to be exact! At least my shelves are tidier now though! πŸ™‚

 

What have you all been reading this week? Anything I need to be adding?! πŸ˜‰

 

I would just like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to all of you who took the time to send me messages of condolence and support on the passing of my grandad. I really appreciate them and it was so touching to have that support from everyone. I also want to thank David Jackson (A Tapping at my Door) because his book is essentially what kept my mind occupied in the midst of all the sadness of the past week. I’m truly grateful to him for writing such a great book. It hooked me completely and helped to keep my brain busy when my heart was broken from the grief. So thank you Dave for keeping me sane this week, you helped me greatly whether you realise it or not xx

 

 

 

 

 

 

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