Today is Sunday time to look back in the rearview mirror and talk about my week .Β I am linking up to the Sunday Post hosted for years byΒ Kimberly@caffeinatedreviewerΒ .Β 

In my private life

Happy Sunday!

This past week has been very busy in my new job (that I love so far)! But by Wednesday I had a migraine for two days. I had to sleep it off (I literally slept 11 hours straight!) and that put a stop to my blog hopping and replying to comments!

That aside, the only notable event is that I booked my tickets fro YALC 2024. My only regret is that they are organizing it in November instead of the usual July dates.

My daughter is already pushing me to go to London in November AND elsewhere in July “just the two of us”. I guess I’ll be a little less rich then LOL

By the way, if you have places to absolutely visit in the south/middle of England, just leave your advices in the comments!

As usual I am leaving you with two reels!

The first is a fun way to “catch” your book boxes bookish character style!

And the second is about being invited to the Magnificent North ball and finding the right clothes to attend LOL

On the blog this week (click on the graphic to read the post)

I managed to finally publish two reviews!

Enemies by Tijan , which is a comfort read to me.

And the Scarlet Alchemist by Kylie Lee baker that was a great surprise!

Thanks for reading.

Sophie

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22 Comments

  1. Ohnoo migraines sucks. I also had one and did the same thing went to bed at 9, woke up a few times but fully got up for work at 930am ‍♀️ so long as we don’t feel pain.. ahah

  2. That’s interesting that YLAC changed the dates. Wonder why? Great to hear you are enjoying the new job, but sorry about the migraines. I am jealous that your daughter gets to go on two trips. I hope to go on one each year (no vacation last year)

  3. Urg! So sorry about the migraine:(. Exactly where were you thinking regarding the UK? Cornwall is the southwest corner of the country and is beautiful. If you ever watched Poldark, that’s the setting – as well as Daphne du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn. But it does get very crowded, especially in the summer. If you want somewhere a bit more off the beaten track, then northern Hampshire countryside with small villages like Steep, which are picture postcard pretty and have lovely walks. Though you cannot ever guarantee the weather in the UK…

  4. Sorry about the migraine But I’m glad you got your YALC tickets. And two trips with your daughter, how fun. Me and my daughter are going to Comic Con together in July so we’ll both be having fun