stacking the shelves – a weekly meme hosted by tynga’s reviews & reading reality
what’s the buzz: bank holiday weekend!
Very excited to have a three-day weekend as it is a bank holiday on Monday! Woohoo! (can you tell I’m excited?) I haven’t had my summer holiday yet (only another week to go!) so I’m really needing this wee break.
It has actually been a really quick week. Work has been super-busy but it has totally made the time fly in. Went to the cinema on my day off (I only work part-time, in case you were wondering about all these days off haha!)
We ended up going to see ‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ which was actually really bloody scary, not because of the film itself, but the whole concept of people being able to hack into your computer/devices – yeesh… Anyway, it gave me a lot of food for thought. It really is important to keep yourself safe online.
bank holiday haul
The Twins at St Clare’s by Enid Blyton | Claudine at St Clare’s by Enid Blyton | The O’Sullivan Twins by Enid Blyton | Summer Term at St Clare’s by Enid Blyton | Second Form at St. Clare’s by Enid Blyton | Fifth Formers At St Clare’s by Enid Blyton
I already own the ‘St Clare’s’ series by Enid Blyton but I didn’t have these particular editions (my set were a newer set – from the 1980’s I believe – if memory serves). I really love the old-school covers!
I wasn’t going to include the Sarah J. Maas book in this haul (since I already own this book) but these books just look so pretty together (and very fitting too!)
All These Beautiful Strangers by Elizabeth Klehfoth | The Faceless Woman by Emma Hamm | He Forgot to Say Goodbye by Benjamin Alire Sáenz
I picked up these three beauties all for less than £4.00 – what a great bargain! I was so chuffed because now I will have a few more (like I really needed them!) books to read this bank holiday weekend.
All of these beauts were free on Kindle, if you can believe it (well, you should because I’m telling you haha!) I love getting a wee freebie now and again. 😉
Have a great bank holiday everyone (well, those of us in the UK!)