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What Bookish Things Have I Been Up To This Week?

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It’s my Friday wrap up! As always it’s been a busy week posting on both here and Instagram as well as reading. I managed to squeeze in a couple of books to add to my November list which I was quite proud of!

So here are my posts from the week and some other blogger’s posts that I have also enjoyed:

Sunday 28 November

My Post:

I am now hosting Goodreads Monday!

Sunday Post

Monday 29 November

My Posts:

It’s Goodreads Monday!

Goodreads Monday

Book Review – Chill Out and Cheer Up by Grace Grossmann

Tuesday 30 November

My Posts:

Top 10 Tuesday

Reading Recommendations – November 2021 Reading List

What Book Should I Have Read This Month? Book Of The Month

New Month New Goals! Reading Goals for December

Other Blogger’s Posts That I Enjoyed:

Lydia SchochTop Ten Tuesday

That Artsy Reader GirlTop Ten Tuesday

Wednesday 1 December

My Posts:

WWW Wednesday!

5 Star Autumn Reads Part 2

Other Bloggers Posts That I Enjoyed:

Taking On a World of WordsWWW Wednesday

Thursday 2 December

My Posts:

R&R Book Tours – Cole for Christmas Blitz

Time Travel Thursday

The Book Network Christmas Challenge

The Book Network Challenge – 1 December and 2 December

Book Review – Cole For Christmas by Janet Raye Stevens

Book Review – The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

Other Bloggers Posts That I Enjoyed:

Secret Library Book BlogNon-Fiction November

Friday 3 November

My Posts:

First Line Friday

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It’s Friday! So what have I been up to this week? Well I have been busy posting on here, working on my Instagram and Facebook, sorting out my review for my first Blog Tour Book 28 October and starting to read the book for my next Blog Tour on 1 November!

Monday 18 October

My Posts:

Goodreads Monday

Pandemic Reading List 2021 – Book Review – Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness

Publication Day For My Blog Tour Book – Shadow Pursuit by Alistair Birch! #blogtour #publicationday

Other Blogger’s Posts that I enjoyed:

Andrea Is Reading Weeding My Book Collection

Glimpses Here And ThereThe Readers Bane

Tuesday 19 October

My Posts:

Top Ten Tuesday! #toptentuesday #meme #readingresources

Other Blogger’s Posts that I enjoyed:

A Cocoon Of BooksTop Ten Tuesday

Fifty-TwoTop Ten Tuesday

Wednesday 20 October

My Posts:

WWW Wednesday! #wednesday #meme

Pandemic Reading List 2021 – The Duke and I by Julia Quinn – Now a TV series!

My Blog Tour Book Has Arrived!

Book Review – Dead World by Alex Apostol – Out Later This Month!

Other Blogger’s posts that I enjoyed:

Bloggin’ ‘Bout BooksTop Ten Tuesday

Thursday 21 October

My Posts:

Fantasy Books To Get You In The Mood For Halloween

Pandemic Reading List 2021 – Book Review – Stories To Make You Smile: The Reading Agency by Fanny Blake

Other Bloggers posts that I enjoyed:

Secret Library Book BlogWWW Wednesday

Friday 22 October

My posts:

First Line Friday!

Pandemic Reading List 2021 – Book Review – Sansei and Sensibility by Karen Tei Yamashita

Hope you have all had a good week!

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