Oh dear, oh dear I have only Managed to read ONE book this week, I hang my head in shame! A book blogger whose only read one book in a week (oh the shame!)
All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker
This was a fantastic and gripping read, but I’m saving my review for the blog tour, you can read my review on Friday 15th July . Now I’ve read my last blog tour book, I’m hoping to read a couple from my own very dusty TBR shelf…….well that was my plan but after reading such great reviews for The Opticians Wife by Betsy Reavley I’ve pushed this one to the very top! I will let you know my thoughts once I’ve read it
Books I’ve received this week
I haven’t received any book post this week which is very unusual, I’ve missed the satisfying bang when a book comes through the letter box, but on the plus side my TBR pile of physical books hasn’t grown!
Arc’s I’ve received this week
I am still being really good with my NetGalley books and only requested one, I spotted The Last One by Alexandra Oliva, the book description reminded me of The Hunger Games, which I loved, and thought it would make a change from my usual reads.
Books I’ve bought
I really am having a bad week, I haven’t bought ONE book this week, yes you read that right! It hasn’t been the best of weeks for me and I’ve been really stressed, which I think has had a knock on effect with my reading/buying books, hopefully normal service will resume soon
Last week on The Book Review Café
**My Book Of The Month** June 2016 | The Book Review Café
With Deadly Intent by KA Richardson | The Book Review Café
Consequences by RC Bridgestock | The Book Review Café
Next week on the book review café
Blog Tour for Outside Looking In by Michael Wood review
Blog Tour for Made To Be Broken by Rebecca Bradley Guest post & review
And hopefully a review for The Opticians Wife if I get my reading mojo back
Blogging news from The Book Review Café
I now have a brand new address…….The Book Review Café.Com I dropped the WordPress bit, a few bloggers have asked me if it was easy, and yes it was simple as both Kate over at https://bibliophilebookclub.com/
and Sarah at https://bytheletterbookreviews.com/ had promised it would be, it literally gives you a step by step guide to changing, and no I never lost any followers, and it appears any links to my old WordPress address will still direct them to my site. It costs £15.00 a year if anyone’s interested
As to the benefits I wanted my address to appear more professional and I think by adding the dot.com it does that, I’m not sure there are many other benefits like being able to personalise your blog in the way you want to, I think that is a different upgrade altogether.
Sorry I haven’t got much to share this week, but hopefully I can catch up with some reading this week, as I have a few days holiday.