Welcome to another wrap-up of books I have read over the past week. I have been watching Twitter with interest and to be honest, I am quite appalled by some of the things I am seeing. I have tiptoed into another site and am tentatively finding my feet, I do need to spend a bit more time on Mastodon though. Here is my link if you want to give me a follow 🙂
Too wet and windy just recently to go in the garden but I did notice some of my narcissi have started to open. Me and the other half noticed that the birds are now starting to come back to the feeders and they are going mad for the fat balls as well as the seed. Our two dogs have got this feeding station sussed out. They know if they snuffle around the grass under the bird feeders they can usually find some seeds and bits to eat. Those two would never starve I can tell you.
Right, here are the books I have read…
The Orphanage Girls Reunited by Mary Wood – I do love this author’s books and this is the next book in the Orphanage Girls series. It is a fabulous historical fiction story that sees friends Ellen and Ruth coming back together after being split up. Addictive reading and is heartbreaking at times. Keep an eye out for the Blog Tour in December for my full review.
A Child for the Reich by Andie Newton – this is a heartwrenching historical fiction that tells the story of a mother trying to find her daughter. Her daughter had been taken from her to be Germanised and become a good German citizen. This is a stunning book to read and the full review will be part of the Blog Tour in December.
The Family tree Mystery by Peter Bartram – I adore this series and it is set in 1967 in Brighton. Colin and his girlfriend Shirley are discovering something about Shirley’s past. As a journalist, Colin does get some interesting leads. A brilliant story that has some great humour and is one for fans of cosy mysteries. Full review as part of the Blog Tour in December.
There we go another good week for books,
Wishing you a good week ahead
All the best
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2 thoughts on “My Week IN Books (w/e 20th November 2022) #booklove #bookupdates #MeAndMyBooks”
It’s very wet and wild here again after a bit of sunshine at the weekend. I even managed to get some washing on the line! I hope Twitter doesn’t go down the pan but at least there’s Mastodon although it doesn’t feel the same. xx
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I am still tip toeing around Mastodon, just foing basics until I get used to it. It doesn’t have the same feel I agree but I do like that it is more social, well at the moment. I haven’t seen any trolls or nasty comments and I do hope it stays that way. I just don’t like the way Twitter has lost its way and it feels more like it is being ruled by a dictator now. It will be interesting to see how things pan out over the next few months though. xx
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