Today is Sunday, time to look back in the rearview mirror and talk about my week in and out of the blog. As usual I am linking up to the Sunday Post hosted for years by Kimberly @caffeinatedreviewer .
As it’s the first Sunday of March, I will also write my February Wrap Up!
In my private life first
Well, yesterday I was doing some yoga after a run and we always send an intention to the world.
Mine was “luck”.
I should have said “good luck” because yesterday, on of my kids crashed one of our cars…
Luckily, no one was injured and as it happened at a very low speed, it’s only some metal sheets bent and body parts to replace.
But the kid will have to pay for the repair and it will hopefully teach a lesson.
If it’s the only accident that will ever happen, then we consider ourselves very lucky.
Otherwise, we are still in lockdown and still working from home.
Belgium is very slow with the vaccine and I have no idea when I’ll get my shots!
On the bright side, the weather is beautiful so there is that!
And I did another funny reel about what we would do for books if you are interested..
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On the blog (click on the graphic to read the post)
I am very bad at replying to comments on the week as I sleep poorly and am exhausted at the end of long workday.
But I manage to blog hop at lunch time and comment on other’s posts so there is that! I only reply in batches on the weekend and sorry for that!
February has been a slow month reading wise as I have read 8 books but only reviewed 6!
One that I didn’t review here but wrote a few lines on Goodreads was “Still Standing” from Kristen Ashley and I was really disappointed and shocked by an author that I usually really like!
The other not reviewed here is “The Duke and I” by Julia Quinn which was an okay read but not a great read. That’s because I made the mistake to watch the Bridgerton series first! And that series is juts SO GOOD!
These two books aside, February was an amazing month rating wise!
I will have a hard time narrowing down to one favorite so I’ll give you four!
Two are audiobooks and the last ones in the Stalking Jack the Ripper series by Kerri Maniscalco. That series is absolutely amazing!
One is a deeply moving story with the perfect book boyfriend: Eastern Lights by Brittainy C Cherry
And my last favorite is a book that if it’s not written as a Pullitzer is certainly very addictive and made me feel like a teen again! Crave by Tracy Wolff
Thanks for reading!