It's the weekend tomorrow. I know in our current climate it doesn't mean much, but for me it means that it's time to do another booktag I wasn't tagged in.
I was really excited to read this book. It was an interesting read. I hope you find my ARC review of Gravity of Us just as interesting.
Did anyone else think that May went as fast as April? All these weeks in Lockdown seem to be flying by and dragging all at the same time but today we are focusing on one thing. WWW Wednesday.
Here are some of my favourite opening lines? Are any of your favourites on the list?
I've enjoyed writing my Bookworm NOT in Paris posts recently. Some one compared them to Peeps' diary for covid. I quite like that analogy … so check out this week's event in my covid diary.
This week's topic for #S4S is Favourite Characters From a Series. This could be a really long list. In fact I could probably do it with entirely Rick Riordan characters.
I thought I would try something new and a bit different today. Here's my review of the entire Stage Dive series by Kylie Scott. A brilliant series that I re-read every year!
Here on Bookworms Anonymous I like to do a booktag every Friday. I usually find they're something different .. something that gets my mind thinking and working in different ways.
This week's tag is the Spring Cleaning Booktag which I found over at A Little But A Lot. I wasn't tagged in this, like usual, but I want to give it a go. I think it's a fun one.
It's my turn on the @The_WriteReads #blogtour
The book is The Catalyst by Tracy Richardson and I hope that you enjoy my review.
I really enjoyed writing my first Can't Wait Wednesday a few weeks ago so I decided to have another go. This week's book is Something To Talk About by Meryl Wilsner