what’s the buzz: weekly round-up and book haul
Another week of pretty much nothing happening. Work has been kinda taking over my life the last week or so, which means I haven’t had a lot of downtime. You’re always going to get times like this though so I just try to roll with it. 🙂
As for my posting schedule, well it went a bit to pot this week haha! I only managed a single post which is disappointing because I really wanted to get a couple of reviews up this week. Nevermind though, there’s always next week!
I did manage to squeeze in some time for blog maintenance – I’ve been trying to tidy up some of my older posts (from my wordpress.com days). Some of these did not transfer over all that well and some of the images/links are broken so I have been wanting to do some clean up on these older posts to bring them up to scratch. 😉
on the blog:
weekly bookish purchases
I was actually good (for me anyway!) this week. Not too many books purchased for a change! That’s not to say I didn’t still get a decent amount… it’s still me haha!
I don’t know too much about The Darkest Bloom but the synopsis sounds really interesting (and how stunning is the cover?) Definitely a book I can’t wait to get started on.
The Late Great Me by Sandra Scoppettone | Hi There, Supermouse! by Jean Ure | A Proper Little Nooryeff by Jean Ure | Nicola Mimosa by Jean Ure | See You Thursday by Jean Ure | If It Weren’t For Sebastian… by Jean Ure
A bundle of Jean Ure books from eBay and The Late Great Me by Sandra Scoppettone – I’ve been wanting this edition for ages so when I saw it on Thrift Books… well, you know the drill!
I had to snap up Dream for Kindle when it came out a couple of days ago (I was lucky to be granted an ARC by the author but I also need to have the finished copy too). I’ve got the paperback version ordered too…
I got both of these for £0.99 on Kindle (what a bargain – I can never, ever resist!) I am super-intrigued by The Hunting Party… should be good!
received for review
These both look like interesting reads – I’m in the mood for fantasy/urban fantasy at the moment so these should do the trick!