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My Week in Books #1

Hi guys~!

Here’s my round-up for this week, a feature hosted by Lipsyy from Lipsyy’s Lost and Found. It’s similar to WWW Wednesday (hosted by Taking on a World of Words), so I’m linking to both 🙂


Now: I’m currently reading The Reading Group by Elizabeth Noble, a book that I’m renting from a local bookstore. I’m about halfway through and am kind of enjoying it, but there are too many characters in the book that I have to keep up with cos basically it centers around the five people that made up the reading group (or book club, rather) and how their life is interwoven. Nevertheless, I still look forward to the development of the story.





426775Then: I also managed to read Chasing Harry Winston by Lauren Weisberger, another book that I rented. I gave this book 3 stars. Not a totally bad book, in my opinion, but kinda meh for me at some parts.








Next: I’m planning to read a couple of Sarah Addison Allen books, hopefully by this weekend! Her books are shorter than I’m used to, so hopefully I’ll be able to get through them very quickly. Here are the two titles I hope to read soon 🙂


Waiting on Wednesday (at Breaking the Spine)

New releases that I’m waiting for this week are these three books: Sleepless in Manhattan by Sarah Morgan, Song of the Skylark by Erica James, Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel by Jane Costello and The Bucket List to Mend a Broken Heart by Anna Bell.



11 thoughts on “My Week in Books #1

  1. I adore Sarah Addison Allen’s books so much – I always go back to her books when I need a comfort read, they’re just so magical and beautiful. I’ve got the new Jane Costello on my TBR too so hope to read that very soon. The Bucket-List to Mend a Broken Heart sounds like a cute read, I’ve not heard of it before but I’m going to add it to my list now. 🙂
    Hope you have a fab book-filled week!

    Here’s my post:


    1. there are no libraries near to where I live, and even if there are, they don’t usually have the kind of books that I like to read, hence it’s better to rent. It’s a door-to-door postal service, so it’s an added advantage 🙂


    1. well, it actually depends on what type of books that you enjoy reading. I enjoyed it for the most part but there are just some small parts of it that I feel meh about. 🙂


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