Welcome to The Sunday Roundup where I roundup some of the fun bookish things I have come across in the last week. If there is something missing that you would like me to include, or you know of something that I might like and haven’t included, please do give me a shout!
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- FREE eBook – Spelled (Storymakers 1) – Betsy Schow
- FREE eBook – Freaky Days (Mystic Caravan 1) – Amanda M. Lee
- FREE eBook – Berkley Street (Berkley Street 1) – Ron Ripley
- FREE eBook – The Ghost of Marlow House – Various Authors
- Local Indi Bookstore (£12.99) – Mad Blood Stirring – Simon Mayo
None this week!
Currently Reading (I REALLY need to finish up some of these):
- The Lost Library by A.M.Dean (Audio on Overdrive)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – J.K.Rowling (Audible)
- We Other – Sue Bentley
- The Secret Barrister (Audible)
- Phi Alpha Pi by Sara Marks
- 3.10am – Nick Pirog
- Gemina (Illuminae 2) – Kaufman & Kristoff
- The Paper Magician (Paper Magician 1) – Charlie N. Holmberg
- STAGS – M.A.Bennett
- Eleanor Elephant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman (Audible)
Read-a-thons & Challenges:
Exciting Bookish News:
- The Cover has been revealed for the new Harry Potter Companion Book, ‘The Tales of Beedle the Bard’.
- Anne Franks Diary only comes out of storage every 10 years and this time around, they have discovered new pages; it’s amazing what they can do with modern technology!
- This isn’t exciting at all but it is Bookish News .. I HOPE that they were trying to make a point and so didn’t show those that could do it but …. sigh. Watch this.
Books I have added to my Wish List this Week:
Upcoming Releases of Note:
I haven’t had the chance to look at this one – apologies!
Competitions I’ve Entered:
None this week (although I have done a few RT’s on Twitter it’s worth looking at!)
Sales & Good Deals I Know About:
My Loves of the Week:
- The Charles Paris Dramatisations from the BBC. Bill Nighy is amazing in everything he does but he plays this part particularly well and is very funny! The dramatisations are based on the books by Simon Brett.
- I loved to see Harry and Meghan having a lovely time at their wedding – lots of smiles and giggles – BRILLIANT!
And finally.. a bookish quote of the week..