Hello and welcome to my weekly update of books I have read. This week has been more productive on the reading front. I think that I am starting to feel a bit better after having Covid, but I am still suffering from some of the symptoms. The constant headache has finally subsided, but I still have a cold, my sense of taste and smell have shown no signs of returning as yet and I am still finding I get tired.
I have been pottering around in the garden and started to set some of the flower seeds I have managed to accumulate and the garden is definitely showing signs of waking up. All the trees and shrubs now have either leaf buds or are in leaf and I have noticed quite a few other plants are putting a good growth spurt on.
I am also delighted to see one of my carnivorous plants has a flower on it. THe venus fly traps I have regularly throw up flower stems, but I have been watching the flower on my Purple Pitcher Plant grow and it is much bigger than I thought it would be, I am not sure how much further this will open. It is an interesting and unusual flower though.
Right, let’s get onto the books I have read. I have to say all the books have been brilliant reads 🙂
Welcome to Your Life by Bethany Rutter is a wonderful contemporary fiction and romance novel. Full review as part of the Blog Tour next week.
The Mersey Mothers by Sheila Riley is a brilliant historical fiction and family saga novel set in the 1950s. Full review next week.
A Kinder City by Peter Taylor-Gooby is an addictive dystopian style thriller. Again full review next week.
Black is the Colour by Seamus Connolly is a brilliant crime mystery novel that I adored. Full review in a couple of weeks.
A Taste of Greek Summer by Mandy Baggot should come with a warning about not reading this on an empty stomach! Gorgeous contemporary fiction, romance, holiday and food. Review to follow soon.
Six books this week and I am delighted about that.
All there is for me to say now…
Have a fabulous week ahead and Happy Reading
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