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

And as it’s the first day of May, I’ll give you the list of my favorite books read in April.

In my private life

I am finally done with the hamster look!
I went back for a check to the dentist and he was very pleased with my gum graft. In two days, I can eat normally and I’ll have the green light to do sport again. Yepee!

That aside my week has been a little bit hectic as I managed to have appointments during work day every single day! From the doctor to the dentist, to the dermatologist and to change my car tires. It was on work, off work and back to work again. Making for weird days but I am lucky my employers allow it.

Also I had an AMAZING NEWS this week as Owlcrate asked me to be on their rep team in permanent fashion!!! I couldn’t believe it but that made me super happy! I don’t know if it’s the Canadian spirit but they are very very sweet and a real pleasure to work with! Also very generous.

Having all the free time from sports and the likes, I also made a new funko pop this week: Ruhn Danaan from Crescent City by Sarah J Maas.
He was a challenge as I had to transform the funko pop a lot (earrings, longer hair, add a sword etc) and that, even before I painted anything (among others his tattoos but I am very pleased now!

For those who love my funny reels, here is a new once that I thing pet owners will appreciate!

And last but not least, for once, I want to share with you a new crush that I have on a song. Enjoy!

List of my favorite reads of April (click on the graphic to read the post)

I have read 12 books in April (I know I have many reviews to write) and 5 of them were audiobooks! That month has been one of my bests this year with January!

My favorites were: The Renegades trilogy by Marissa Meyer (I still must write my review on the last two ones). The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St James; The Unknown Beloved by Amy Harmon, The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn, The Demon Tide by Laurie Forest and Book Lovers by Emily Henry!

That’s it! Thanks for reading!


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  1. What a busy week with all the appointments! That makes for some long and tiring days. But hooray for some real food again! :) And another hooray for so many good reads in April. I do want to read The Book of Cold Cases at some point.

  2. Ahh that’s great news; you must be so happy to be able to eat proper food again & to exercice!!
    Ah man, well atleast all those appointment are done for a while hopefully

    Book lovers & the book of cold cases has been some id wanna read; happy you liked them!
    Have a good week xx

  3. Yay for being able to eat normally again and congrats on Owlcrate. That’s wonderful! Your new Funko is fantastic and reminds me that I still need to re-read book 1 in that series so I can then move on to book 2. Forever behind, lol.

  4. Congratulations about Owlcrate Sophie! OMG, I also LOVE that Bad Life song, it’s been on repeat all week :) And your reel is hilarious, haha, I think my dog’s thoughts are very similar when I’m reading :D

  5. I’m ashamed at how behind I am on Kate Quinn’s recent books. Still need to read the previous one. SEND HELP!

  6. Oh you read some awesome books this month! I’m glad you are progressing off the mush and back to sport! Congrats on the Owlcrate team. Happy May Day!

    Anne – Books of My Heart

  7. Congrats on the rep team! That’s great! and hope you’re feeling better with the gum graft. It’s always nice to get back to regular foods.

    Be well!

  8. What amazing news about Owlcrate. Congratulations!! That is awesome that your employer allows you to have that flexibility. Though, if you really think about it, a lot of jobs can be done whenever.

  9. So many new books for you! I love your dog– is he a Maltese or a Bichon? I have a white dog too except mine is a Lhasa Apso-Maltese mix. Do you make Funko Pops from scratch or do you just paint them? Looks interesting.