In honour of the Eurovision final, I thought that it would be nice to highlight books that are set in some of the finalist’s countries. I haven’t read books from every single Country so I will highlight the ten that I have!
Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week it is Non-book Freebie (choose your own topic that’s not related to books! This could be hobbies, TV shows/movies, bands/singers, food items/recipes, top ten things about you, your top ten favorite things, places you’ve visited, favorite fashion designers, etc. Take this time to let your readers get to know you a little!).
I have decided to do a list of holiday trips that I have been on. Not in any particular order as I have been to some great places (plus these are the only photos that I could get hold of fairly easily!)
Dublin (specifically The National Library, not that we were able to go in)
Isle of Man (technically this is The Calf Of Man taken from The Isle of Man)
Welcome to my Sunday post hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer. A very busy week this week both on and off the blog, with end of the month posts in addtion to my normal posting schedule and ending with a 45 minute school session on Friday for my son – where have those 4 years gone?!
“book”, “read”, “book review”, “book blog”,”recommended”, “easy read”, “don’t miss out”, “fiction”, “entertaining”, “mystery”, “what should I read next”, “what books do you recommend”, “which books are popular at the moment”, “what is everyone reading”
We have finally had cooler weather and some rain! It has been excellent! We have also had a pretty busy week, going out most days.
On Monday we went to the Children’s Centre then on to Hastings. It was my son’s 4th birthday so we thought that we would take him to the Seaside and to the Aquarium. He loved being in the Sea, but not the Aquarium so much, no idea why. On Tuesday we went to Rochester for some lunch, a look round the Cathedral and some window shopping (including a couple of bookshops!). Wednesday we went to Aylesford Priory and had a look around where the Order of Carmelites used to live. Thursday we went to Maidstone Museum. On Friday we went to Tunbridge Wells to buy some bits for my son’s first homework (!!). On Saturday we went to IKEA and bought some bits for the house – we always need more storage solutions! Today we are going to stay near home and visit my partner’s parents (who live a 10 min walk away!)
Rochester High Street (with Cathedral in the background)
Aylesford Priory (you can see where the heat has damaged the grass!)
“book”, “read”, “book review”, “book blog”,”recommended”, “easy read”, “don’t miss out”, “fiction”, “entertaining”, “book meme”, “weekly wrap up”, “sunday salon”, “what books do you recommend”, “what books are popular on social media”, “what book should I read next”, “mystery”, “mythology”,”summer reading”
*I am currently away on holiday so will catch up on comments on my return*
Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week it is Books Set In a Place I’d Love to Visit (real places or fictional). I love a bit of travel (and am currently away on holiday) so this is an exciting prompt this week! Here is my top 10:
“book”, “read”, “book review”, “book blog”,”recommended”, “easy read”, “don’t miss out”, “thriller”, “reading slump”, “what should I read next”, “what book do you recommend”, “popular books”, “romance”