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 . 

In my private life

Happy Sunday!

This past week has been super busy with tons of work! I worked long days but I love my new job so that’s OK.

It only means that I had little to no time to answer comments, even if I did my best to blog hop several times this week.

The best thing that happened though was going to a concert to see a Blegian artist with one of my best friends and her mom!

Saule, the artist, is not well known abroad and I didn’t know his songs well either but when my friend told me it would be in a church with classical instruments, I was in!

And it was magic!

Saule I discovered, has poetic, tender and funny songs. He also is a showman, giving an incredible energy, joking with the public and having us sing with him!

I will leave you here with what must be his better known song.

As usual, I am leaving you with some reels, the first one is about how I feel after having read a book in one sitting. Can you relate? LOL

And the second is “just” an unboxing of my Owlcrate box, using SLAY as soundtrack.

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

I posted two reviews this week, both fantasy!

The first was about a twisted Faerie tale, retelling of the Swan Lake.

Ravensong is the second book in the Green Creek series and I loved it!

Thanks for reading.

Sophie

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18 Comments

  1. Oh you’re so lucky to get to go to a concert! I’ve never actually been to one, living in a corner of the world most artists don’t usually come to. I hope you have a great May :))

  2. Loving your job is what matters but man long days can be so ROUGH! Hope that doesn’t last long for you. Concerts can be so much fun and I love that you get to have that experience with a local artist!

  3. Glad you enjoy your job so much – it makes things so much easier when it all gets hectic:)). And the concert sounds like you had an absolute blast. I hope the coming week is also as much fun, though perhaps a little less busy.