Hi all! My name is Chiara and I am a bookworm, just in case you have all forgotten. It feels a bit like I’ve forgotten. I haven’t done much reading since I last spoke to you in September and I want to apologise for being absent without telling anyone where I was going. It wasn’t… Continue reading Bookworm NOT in Paris: The Changing of the Seasons
This week, or rather this month I have decided to combine my two different haul posts. Partly because next Saturday I have a blog tour post to do and I don't want to take away from that, and partly because I didn't buy many books last month.
I love Greek myths, in particular because of my love of Percy Jackson and I can't wait to get through this one.
This week I want to talk about an LGBTQ book that seemed to have passed my notice last year. I saw it about and I saw other people's reviews of it but for some reason I didn't think about buying it and I didn't think about reading it. I now feel like such an idiot because it may have been the best book I read all year and the fastest book I read this year.
I'm sure you've been reading all about my days out last week on my Bookworm NOT in Paris post, but if you haven't read that I went out to Liverpool on Thursday and spent a good long time in Waterstones. I bought four books that day and had a great time being back in my favourite bookshop.
The book that we are talking about this week has been on my release radar for absolutely months. I am so glad that it is finally here.
I hope you all had a good weekend. I've had a pretty slow weekend after a really busy week. I was glad to slow down this weekend and get back in front of the computer and get a lot of writing done.
Some of you who read my blog regularly will know that last month wasn't brilliant for me.
I am incredibly sorry for how late this post is going up. I only decided what topic I was doing about five minutes ago and I am doing the first one I found on the WordPress Reader.
I started listening to this Audiobook on a family day out on my birthday. It was my dad's choice to put it on but I loved listening to it and it reminded me of just how long it had been since I had read The Da Vinci Code.