My Week In Books (w/e 11th April) #booklove #booksread #MeAndMyBooks

Just a flying visit for this weeks round up of books I have read this week. I had a Blog Tour post yesterday so I am a day later this week. I am also trying to get caught up with publishing reviews for books I have read over the past few weeks!

Here’s what I read last week…

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When Kim Nash releases a book there is always an air of anticipation. Moonlight Over Muddleford Cove is her latest book and was published last week. If you have read any of this authors books then you know you are in for a treat. This one does not disappoint at all. Yet again a lump in my throat and tears in m y eyes, I wonder if I will ever be able to read one of her books without this happening 🙂 Ideal for fans of contemporary fiction and romance. It is a gorgeous read.

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This is Noelle Holten‘s 4th book in the D.C Maggie Jamieson series. Dead Secret feels bolder and much more intense than her previous books. A brilliant and intense story with various plotlines and key characters creating a story that is definitely one for crime, thriller and procedural fans. A cracking read.

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I have read several of Ross Greenwood‘s books and thoroughly enjoyed them. Prisoner is very different to what I have read before from him and it is an absolute belter of a book. Set in a prison, the author uses his own experiences as a Prison Officer to give a great perspective and also at times a brutal and harrowing read. A fabulously tense and suspense-filled story.

That’s it for me,

Have a fabulous week ahead

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books ( w/e 4th April) #bookupdates #booklove #MeAndMyBooks

Hello and welcome to another weekly wrap up of the books I have read this week. A day later than usual just because I was busy on Sunday and didn’t get around to prepping my post. Also, it was too nice to be inside so I did a bit of gardening and time does seem to disappear. Billy and Buster certainly loved being outside, it is obviously hard work being a dog 😁

Rhubarb is coming up a treat and is almost ready for its first picking. Also had a couple of small asparagus stems. Nice to start to looking at things growing and I cant wait to get to the time when I can once again just pop down the garden for things rather than the shops.

Ok, now for the books…

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This is the first time I have read a book by Gordon Bickerstaff, his latest one The Black Fox is the third book in the series and yes I do wish I had read the others first. I didn’t check before signing up for the Blog Tour, but I have no regrets as this book is one crazy, action-packed, conspiracy fuelled thriller from start to finish. I loved the main character and I am looking forward to reading more by Gordon.

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I really must get caught up on previous books by Samantha Tonge as she does write some fabulous stories. Summer Secrets at Streamside Cottage is her latest book and I adored it. This book had a fabulous community feel to it as newcomer to the village finds her feet. There is a wonderful mystery that develops and it has a really nice romantic thread. Loved it.

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Owen Mullen is another author who I really must catch up reading. Games People Play is the start of a new series and what a brilliant start it was. This was a dark and very devious story that had so many different elements and sub plots. It was an absolute pleasure to read. A missing child, past secrets, interwoven plots gave such an addictive read to this slower paced crime and mystery story.

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This is a new author to me and what a fabulous book I Am Here To Kill you by Chris Westlake is. This is a psychological thriller that I adored and is also a little different to those that I have read before. A look into manipulation, brilliant characters and such a twisted and devious storyline that had me hooked.

All the books this week are for upcoming Blog Tours so keep your eye out for my full reviews. I will say that everyone of the books is brilliant and I would definitely recommend all of them.

Have a fabulous week,

Happy Reading

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books (w/e 21st March) #bookupdates #booklove #MeAndMyBooks

How is it we are nearly at the end of March! Not that I am complaining of course, but wow this month is going fast. Spring is definitely springing as far as the garden is going. Shoots, coming up, leaf and flower buds starting to form and seeds starting to go in. A much nicer part of the year for me.

Last weeks book post was a very random one with a definite mix, more so than normal! This week, though not quite so random, it still does have a good variation.

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I have adored this trilogy and I am gutted to have finished it with The Fall of Koli by M.R. Carey as the final book in The Rampart Trilogy. This trilogy has been amazing and it has a great dystopian feel that has been blended so well with a fantasy element. I do think this is a trilogy that would work well for many readers. Keep an eye out for the Blog Tour and my full review.

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As soon as I see Rich Amooi‘s name come up on Rachel’s Random Resources, I am there and I know there are several other Book Bloggers that immediately ask for a spot on the Blog Tour. Uncork My Love has the usual cheekiness and cheesiness but it also felt as it was the secondary characters that had such a hilarious part to play. I do love this authors books and this is another fabulous light-hearted read.

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It has been quite a long time since I have read any books by Lynda La Plante and her latest novel, The Judas Horse, reminds me just how much I used to love her crime stories. This is the second book in the DC Jack Warr series and it works really well as a standalone, yes you guessed it, I haven’t read the first one! Jack has been asked to help out on another areas case and I have to say the author has done a brilliant job of how she deals with the characters and also the hierarchy. Such an addictive read, it makes me wan to go back and read all of her other books again, if I had the time and a smaller TBR pile I would!

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After starting the month with the third book in the Harry McCoy series I had the chance to read The April Dead by Alan Parks. This is the fourth book and wow, it is another amazing read. It is very dark and there are some unpleasant themes that the author has used. He has got the balance right in his descriptions, enough to relay the meaning. This is one that crime thriller readers who prefer darker, gritty and noir based police procedural books. A cosy mystery it isn’t.

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I have not read anything by this author before and The Mersey Mistress by Sheila Riley is such a great introduction to her writing. So much so that I found this to be a one sitting read. Such a emotional and wonderful historical fiction that I could not put it down. I am so glad Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources gave me a nudge about this one as I had missed the Blog Tour sign up for it. Set in Liverpool in 1910 the author introduces two women and tells their tale. Fabulous book.

There you have it for another week. Fantasy/ Dystopian, crime, historic, romance and rom-com!

All that leaves to to do is wish you all a wonderful week ahead,

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books (w/e 14th March) #booklove #bookupdate #MeAndMyBooks

Welcome to another week of books I have read over this past week. I usually do read a good mix, but this week the mix is far more mixed than usual…

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I was after a book that would have a few chuckles in it and Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman was one that had just that. It is the story of three generations of the Gogarty family, how poor Kevin keeps up with his mothers antics and also the the problems his daughter is having, well to say he is run ragged is an understatement. A fun, light-hearted read that definitely did have me chuckling, but also deals with the daily life of a family. One I would recommend.

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I did say different and A History of the Vampire in Popular Culture by Violet Fenn is a non fiction book that I wished for on NetGalley. It seems wishes do come true as the publisher Pen & Sword History granted me access to an e-copy. This is an entertaining read that delves into the way vampires have become more popular in pop culture over the years. The author references film, early and modern literature as she gives her opinion. I really enjoyed this book and it is one I would recommend.

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Last year I read and loved The Flatshare and so I was really looking forward to The Switch by Beth O’Leary as well. This is a fabulous book about Leena and Eileen, grand-daughter and grandmother who switch their lives, well actually it is where they live that they switch. I adored these two characters, although Eileen was my favourite with her antics. A fabulous story that I loved everything about and would definitely recommend.

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Sometimes you come across a book that you know is going to be special within the first few pages. The Forgotten Life of Arthur Pettinger by Suzanne Fortin is one such book. I just loved, adored and fell in love with this book that steps back and forth in time. It is a story that tells Arthurs story of his time and people he met in the second world war, told in snippets of memories and flashbacks. It is simply beautiful and I cannot recommend this one enough.

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I never thought I would read a book about quantum physics, but this is exactly what I did when I read Helgoland by Carlo Rovelli. As surprising as that revelation is, the fact that I found myself entertained and had a chuckle or two as I read this book is even more surprising. I have not got a braincell in me that understands science or physics, yes I get the basics and can understand things to a point but that is it. I did manage to understand some of the concepts, but it was more the writing style and personality of the author that made this an interesting read. I am really glad I picked this one up and I would recommend it, although it is probably a book suited to a more specific audience.

So, there you go I don’t think you can get much more varied than vampires, quantum physics, humour, contemporary fiction and historical fiction 😂 I did say it was an unusual mix and I think you can see I wasn’t wrong!

All that leaves me to say is, have a great week ahead and happy reading,

Yvonne xx

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My (Last Two) Week(s) In Books (w/e 28th Feb) #Booklove #bookupdates #bumperbookroundup #MeAndMyBooks

Hello to a bumper round up post this week, I didn’t post last weeks as there were several Blog Tours and posts I had planned. You know me, I don’t tend to post twice in one day unless my diary skills let me down!

So I have 9 books that I have read this 2 weeks and also 2 audiobooks! Quite a fortnight for reading, so here we go…

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I am so glad I signed up to the Blog Tour for Under an Island Skye by Lisa Hobman. This was a fabulous book to escape into and also a first for me by this author. A gorgeous tale of love, loss, and of taking a chance. The author absolutely nailed this book for me, there were a few hard things to tackle in this book but the author managed to keep it hopeful. Loved this a lot.

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If you are looking for a slightly bizarre and entertaining mystery read then Bullet Train by Kotaro Isaka may be one for you. I do think this may be a marmite book (you’ll love it or not). I say this is bizarre, because at times I almost felt like I was reading something from that had a Japanese theatre feel to it. It was a mystery as well as a crime book but it also had me sniggering at some of the strange events during the train ride. I did enjoy this book and I shall pop my review up soon.

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I adored Can You See Me Now by Trisha Sakhlecha and this is another one I am so glad I signed up for. This was one of those books that is addictive and gripping reading. There is an old mystery that that is being brought into the present and it is told over two timelines. One from 15 years ago and from the present day. I am going to be vague about this one, in fact my full review is also vague beacause I don’t want anything to slip! This is one for those who like timelines, mysteries, suspense and thrillers. I loved it as I am sure many others will. Keep an eye out for the Blog Tour soon.

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I do wish I had read the first two books in this series, not because I needed to but because I really enjoyed Bobby Parks Will Live Forever by Alan Parks. I really like this police procedural crime thriller set in Glasgow in 1973. The way the author used the setting and the era for this story was brilliant and his characters are definitely memorable for various reasons. This is another book where my full review is vague, and deliberately so as there are many things I would love to shout about but it would spoil it for other readers. Keep an eye out for the Blog Tour for this one as well.

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It’s so nice to read a new to me historical fiction and family saga author. The Hat Girl from Silver Street by Lindsey Hutchinson was a wonderful read as I followed Ella as she makes the decision to leave her current job and styart out on her own. This is a wonderful saga novel and one that I found very hard to put down. One for those who also love historical romance, again keep an eye for the Blog Tour.

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This authors books are one that feature regularly on my reviews so I was delighted to get a spot on the Blog Tour for Mr Right Across the Street by Kathryn Freeman. Kathryn is an author who knows how to right rom-coms that just can just fall into, this one I thoroughly enjoyed. This is a book about opposites, as I got to know Mia I discovered more about her as well as the guy who lives opposite. This has some really wonderful moments and is such a lovely story.

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I love it when authors mixed fact and fiction and Anthrax Island by D. L. Marshall was just that, as well as being a terrific crime thriller read. I also see this is the first book in the John Tyler series and I am really pleased about this because it means I get to read more about his main protagonist. This is a book that brought together the bleakness of a remote island that is contaminated with Anthrax. A body is found that leads to more questions than answers. This book kept me on my toes, full review as part of the Blog Tour.

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I have all of this series of books and yet only just got around to reading the 2nd book, Hydra by Matt Wesolowski. This is a crime, mystery thriller style read that is told in a transcript format, and it works so well. Scott King interviews people that have a connection to an old crime. He interviews six people. The Six Stories series is very popular among crime readers and I can see why. The author gives a brilliant tale that has such an addictive format. I listened to the first book and I thought it worked really well. You never know, I might have read all of the books in this series before he gets to release number 6! Full review to follow shortly.

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I had recently seen the Blog Tour for Opposites Attract by Camilla Isley and there was a good deal on this book at the time so I bought it. I am so glad I spotted it because this was a story that I read one evening, yep in one evening. I loved the chemistry or lack of between the two main characters and how they gradually got past their differences. One for those who enjoy a lovely bit of escapism in their reads with the odd chuckle or two thrown in as well! Review to follow soon.

Now onto the two audiobooks.

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When I saw The Orwell Collection performed by Stephen Fry on Audible I knew straight away that this was going to be worth my credit! First, I love Fry as a narrator. Second, I love the book Animal Farm. Third I love 1984, but not quite so much as Animal Farm! One credit for two stories and by Fry! Well, a no brainer in my opinion. Listening to these over several days was great and a nice reminder as to how much I enjoyed reading both books. Yes they have a political slant. but let’s be honest, we know this before we start them. These are classics and ones that are easily accessible bot in terms of reading as well as listening. 1984 does drag a bit in places, but then that matches the atmosphere of the story. Both are fab stories to listen to and I would recommend both.


Well there you are my lovelies! 2 weeks and a total of 11 books! Quite how that happened is still a mystery to me. My OH doesn’t mind as he has obviously had hours of peace and been able to watch as much of his crappy TV programs as he wants 😉😂.

So its that time again. So, take care and have a great week ahead

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books (w/e 14the Feb) #booklove #MeAndmyBooks

Hello and welcome to another weekly round-up of books I have read this week. Down here in our end of Cornwall we have missed all the snow and ice, but boy has it been bitterly cold with the wind. As I write this we have gone from being cold, windy and dry to raining and wind once again! Back to normal me thinks!

This week has seen another mix as far as the reading goes.

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I did say there was a mix! Block Printing For Beginners by Elise Young was an excellent book full of tips for lino or block printing. This is something I have done on and off occasionally and my knowledge of the technique is what I can remember from secondary school (many years ago now!). I got approval for this book after seeing it on NetGalley. This book was really great for not only reminding me but also introducing me to the techniques involved in creating blocks for printing. A great place for those like me with limited knowledge or for those who want to have a go at a never tried craft. I thoroughly enjoyed this one and I have some great ideas for future craft projects.


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Sometimes its nice to return to stories or fairy tales that I knew as a child. Malice by Heather Walter is a re-telling of the the sorceress who appears in the tale of The Sleeping Beauty. This was such an easy book to get caught up in, for me it felt like a teen/ Young Adult read and this worked really well. I enjoyed how the author gave a different side to Alice, and how, in the authors tale, she became the evil and wicked person from the classic fairy tale. Again this was another NetGalley approval and it is due for publication in April. I loved this one and I have to mention that cover… simple, effective and gorgeous!


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I read The Wheelwright’s Daughter last year and I was delighted to sign up for the Blog Tour for the second book. The Good Wife by Eleanor Porter continues the story of Martha, a woman once accused of witchcraft but now living north with her husband Jacob. This is a story that shows a woman trying to do her best against suspicion and doubt, hiding her healing gift for fear of further accusations. Life isn’t simple and this story tells of how changes and challenges once again impact Martha. Keep an eye out for the Blog Tour this week.


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Another book that is the second in the series is Seven Days by Michelle Kidd. I read the first book, The Phoenix Project, last year as part of the Blog Tour so was delighted when I saw this book. It continues the story of three main characters that were introduced in the previous book. Jacob and his brother Stu, and café owner Isabel soon came back to me as I started reading this second book. It is 2012 and in 7 days the opening ceremony of the London Olympics will begin. In 7 days the bosses want Jack to have caught a killer. DI Jack Macintosh is a brilliant and very troubled character, in with the case that he is trying to solve I got to know more about him. I really like this series and I cannot wait to read more. Full review next Monday!


I did say it was a mixed week for books!

I also bought a book that I have been thinking about on and off for years. I finally decided to hunt out a copy and found one on World of Books. I Can Jump Puddles by Alan Marshall is a book I read when I was in the last years of primary school or possibly the beginning of secondary school. It has been a book that I have been wanting to re-read. I cannot remember seeing the Tv series, but I can remember the book!

Well there we go another week done and dusted.

I wish you all the very best for the week ahead

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books (w/e 31st January) #booklove #MeAndMyBooks

Welcome to the final round up of the books I read in January. One of the longer months that seems to have flown by suddenly. I’ve not really watched much in the way of TV, to be fair I don’t really watch that much anyway, and I am up to date with a couple of series I watch Not been really in the mood for films so I have done some reading instead.

Here’s what I read last week…

Danger Close (A Breed Thriller Book 1) by [Cameron Curtis]

Danger Close by Cameron Curtis was a cracking action adventure book that features ex-military sniper, Breed, trying to discover why his friend was killed. A great pace to this story and I am really pleased to see it is the first in a planned series. Keep an eye out for my review as part of the Blog Tour at the end of the week.


Last Star Standing by [Spaulding Taylor]

Its been a while since I read any sci-fi and Last Star Standing by Spaulding Taylor is set on a future Earth after being taken over by aliens. I really enjoyed this book as I followed the main character Aiden from one situation to another. He is almost a walking bad luck charm who manages to find a way through some entertaining situations. A sci-fi with a slight dystopian feel that I really enjoyed. My full review will be the following week as part of the Blog Tour.


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I was going back through my kindle when I came across Never the Bride by Charlotte Fallowfield, I bought this back in 2017, nothing like keeping up to date with purchases lol! I was looking for a light-hearted rom-com and this book definitely did fit the bill. A cracking read and one I thoroughly enjoyed.


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Another first in a series book was A Deadly Deal by Simon Fairfax, although I didn’t realise it was one until after I had read it. This is a thriller about corporate espionage and murder set in the 1980s, I can remember being intrigued whe I initially read the synopsis for the Blog Tour sign up, but I never re-read the synopsis before I start actually reading a book. So this was akin to going in blind and I found myself very quickly caught up in the power hungry, double dealing, working hard playing hard society that the author has woven. A cracking read from start to finish and I am really looking forward to reading more in this series.


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This is not the final cover!!!!! But look… Its a new Jo Thomas book… well it will be!!!!!!

Yeah, I do love this authors writing and I actually did do a little dance around the kitchen when I read the email from Transworld to let me know I had been auto-approved for Chasing the Italian Dream, due for release around June this year. It is an amazing read involving a lovely Italian village, handmade pizza’s, traditional values and as always mouth watering food and a stunning descriptions. I am not going to much about the story at the moment, but I loved it.


That’s me done for another week.

Take Care and Happy Reading

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books (w/e 24th Jan) #booklove #bookupdates #MeAndMyBooks

Welcome to another week of the books I have read this week. It has been a chilly week down here in Cornwall and on the lizard we have had plenty of rain, sleet, wind, some hail and some sunshine. No snow, which part of me is kind of glad about, but I also would love some so I can take some snowy photos!

So, books this week has seen another good week. I have read some for Blog Tours and for NetGalley . I am hoping to read some of the ones of my own TBR at some point…

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I do enjoy a good saga and Rosie Clarke has a new one in the Mulberry Lane series. I do like this series and following the changes over the decades. Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane is set in the 50s and some new characters join the regulars. A fabulous hist/ fic series and one I would definitely recommend.

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This time of year I start looking ahead and planning the veg and flowers that I hope to plant for the upcoming season. A Woman’s Garden by Tanya Anderson is a brilliant book that I requested on NetGalley, I loved this book a lot and I have since pre-ordered it as it is that good. This is a book that includes gardens from various countries and is full of growing tips, planting and also what to do with the things you have grown. AS I love crafting there are various projects and crafts that I am planning on trying. This is a fabulous book and I can’t wait to get my hands on my own copy.

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I have read a couple of Cally Taylor‘s books before so when I saw this one I decided to give The Island a go. It is Young Adult read but I have to say it works for adult readers as well. It is a suspense ridden novel that had surprises and twists as a group of teens find that being alone on a desert island is not the trip they thought it would be. An excellent read and one that I found difficult to put down.

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Are you looking for a new series? if so then why not look out for An Eye For An Eye by Carol Wyer in her Detective Kate Young Series. Kate is damaged, vulnerable but also the best at her job which is why she has been asked to come back into work. For me, this isn’t your usual damaged copper scenario and it took a while for the full implications to be unravelled. A story of two parts as I got to know about Kate and then as I read about her investigation. A complex story that has been brilliantly woven to make a very addictive read and left me eager to read more in this series.

That’s me done once again for another week. I am part way yhtough a book that I may finsih by the end of the day but you’ll get to see that one in next weeks round up.

Have a great week ahead and Happy Reading

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books (w/e 10th Jan) #booklove #bookupdates #MeAndMyBooks

Welcome to another weekly bookish round-up, well I say bookish but I’ve also been watching stuff as well! Another slightly quiet week as far as reading goes, also a week that was definitely on the “dark side”!

A while ago I binged on The Mandalorian on the Disney Channel, and then decided to re-watch the Star Wars Films. It definitely helped with understanding The Mandalorian . I have stuck with the main films and so far havewatched the Original Trilogy, The Prequel Trilogy and am currently on The Sequel Trilogy. I didn’t realise just how many other spin off’s and other films there actually was until I started to look for the chronological order!

Last week I mentioned the new version of Stephen King’s The Stand, I watched the first episode on Starz and I enjoyed it, so far so good. Slightly different timeline format to the original but still very enjoyable so I am definitely going to stick with it.

BOOKS…

So the Dark Side with the films, The Stand features the Dark Man and the reading this week has been more on the darker side of crime fiction.

Forgotten Lives by Ray Britain is a fair lump of a read at just over 400 pages, with every page very worth it. One that I really, really enjoyed. It is the second book in the series and yes I do wish I had read that one first, but Forgotten Lives does work very well as a stand alone. Keep an eye out for the review soon.

I almost missed reading this one in time and I am so glad of an email that was sent out a few days before the tour was due to start! Dishonoured by Jem Tugwell is a cracking read, twisted, full of dead ends, brilliantly written and had me absolutely hooked. I am so glad I read this in time and you can see my full review HERE.

All done for another week, I do have a couple of books on the go at the moment. I don’t often read more than one book, but one is a cookery book… its an excuse that is as good as any! 😂😂

Happy Reading folks, and have a good week ahead.

Yvonne xx

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My Week In Books (w/e 1st Nov) #booksread #bookupdate #MeAndMyBooks

Hello and welcome to my weekly update of books I read last week, a day late due to a Blog Tour yesterday but better late than never.

October has been an odd month with uncertainty and doubt. I was going to take part in NaNoWriMo this month but with so much going on in this country and around the world I think I would rather focus on reading rather than writing.

So, lets get cracked on with the three books I read this week…

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The Ice Killer by Ross Greenwood is the third in the DI Barton series and it does follow on from the previous book, so it makes sense to read this series in order. This is such and intriguing book that leaves bodies strewn and while you do learn who the killer is you gradually get the story of why. The alternating chapters adds tension and suspense and is a cracking read. Keep an eye out for the upcoming Blog Tour for my review.

Purchase link – Amazon UK


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From crime to historical fiction and to another author who has featured before on my blog is Nicola Pryce and her latest book The Cornish Betrothal. This is the 5th book in the Cornish Saga series. I really do like this author and her ability to transport be back in a literary sense. The year is 1798 and it is set in Cornwall, the county I live. It is a wonderful story of love, loss, relationships and finding the out the truth. A fabulous cast of characters and such an addictive storyline. Keep an eye out for my review.

Purchase link – Amazon UK


It's Raining Men by [Rich Amooi]

Now this is an author who I adore and is guarenteed to put a smile on my face. It’s Raining Men by Rich Amooi sees the King of rom-com back with his latest book. This is a great read and one that was perfect for reading on a blooming horrid wet and windy day while I was sat inside in the warm. While the reader can see what they hope is inevitable it is the journey that the author takes you on until his characters realise their fate. I love it when I see an email about a Blog Tour for this author, keep an eye out for my review.

Purchase Link – Amazon UK

Well, another week done, I wish everyone a good week ahead as England enters its second lockdown.

Stay safe and happy reading

Yvonne xx

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