The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kim the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Grab a cuppa and let me bend your ear (eyes?) for a few minutes with all my bookish news. Today is the first day of a new year, new beginnings and new possibilities so Happy 2017!
Between My Sundays – what happened this week
A new year always makes me so happy as I think it’s a great chance to reset some things in my life that I’m not 100% happy with. My word of the year for 2017 is ‘create‘ and I wrote a blog post explaining just why that word resonates with me and how I see it improving my life in the year ahead.
My Christmas was quiet and peaceful just the way I like it. I indulged in too much food, read lots of books and binge watched Nashville Season 2 and 3. Now I’m ready to kick off 2017, get back into routine and take action to make it a happy year. It’s easy to make plans and resolutions but the hard work is following through. But I’m ready, willing and able.
Thank you for sticking with me last year, every comment was read, treasured and appreciated, even if I was a slacker and didn’t reply to you. I hope your 2017 is happy and brings you one step closer to whatever your heart’s desire is. And if it doesn’t look like it, then grab the reins and run like hell in the direction of your dreams!
Second Chance Sunday – What happened here:
- [2 Dec] The Law of Moses (The Law of Moses, #1) by Amy Harmon ★★★★½
- [6 Dec] Boost It Tuesday – Grow your Facebook Page! #14
- [7 Dec] Home (Myron Bolitar, #11) by Harlan Coben ★★★★
- [9 Dec] You Before Anyone Else by Julie Cross, Mark Perini ★★★★
- [14 Dec] Uninvited (Uninvited, #1) by Sophie Jordan ★★★
- [15 Dec] Cover Reveal : After I’ve Gone by Linda Green
- [16 Dec] Lone Star by Paullina Simons, Lauren Saunders ★★★★★
- [20 Dec] Top Ten Tuesday: All I want for Christmas is ….books and bookish things!
- [30 Dec] My WORD for 2017
Second Chance Sunday – What happened in the blogosphere:
I went unplugged for most of Christmas so no links today.
Books I have received to review:
The Cinderella Reflex is set in Ireland and follows DJ Tess through her work and personal crisis as her 40th birthday approaches. It sounds great and I’m looking forward to reading and reviewing soon.
Books I have bought:
And that is my Christmas vouchers well spent. And more, I always end up adding to them to get the books I want. When I have a stack made in the shop, I can’t leave any behind! Who else spends more than their vouchers?!
I haven’t read a book by Lucinda Riley before but the description makes me think of Kate Morton so I decided to try her out.
So, that’s my week wrapped up. Happy Reading to all.
Talk to Trish: How was your week? Have you any exciting plans for 2017?