READ THIS WEEK
I finished reading The Surgeon this week, which I was really excited to start as I’d heard so many good things, but it turned out to be a bit of a problematic read for me in the end… you can read my review here.
The Tor.com short story of this week was Mental Diplopia, which I actually really enjoyed! It’s about a worldwide virus that brings about nostalgia, but it’s also a romance.
I have two books on the go at the moment!
The first is a non-fic called The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks and it’s all to do with neurology and the brain.
The second is a Netgalley read called The Search by Howard Linskey. It’s not a particularly hefty book but it feels like it’s taking me ages to get through!
I created a new book tag!
Some of you might have seen that I had a burst of creativity, and came up with The Greek Gods Book Tag!
I’ve had such huge support on it so far! Here are all the lovely people who have completed it this week:
- Rachel @ peace, amore, libri
- Inside my Library Mind
- Callum McLaughlin
- Hadeer Writes
- Katlyn @ Chaotic Everything
- Balie @ Nerd in New York
- Paint and Butterflies Books
- Angelica @ The Book Cover Girls
- Literary Weaponry
- The Mundane Teenage Life
Thank you all so much for doing the tag, I hope you had fun and I loved seeing all your answers! Big thanks to everyone else who is planning on doing it too!
Some of my others blog posts from this week
Here are the most interesting blogs (in my opinion) that I’ve posted this week!
- The Greek Gods Book Tag
- Review: The Ridge by John Rector
- The ups and downs of reading on public transport
- Review: The Surgeon (Rizzoli & Isles #1) by Tess Gerritsen
- Tor.com Thursdays: short story review
- Meet the Blogger | Get to Know Misty @ Misty’s Book Space
- Over the Rainbow: blue book covers
These are the pics I’ve snapped and shared on my IG this week!
That’s all for this week, folks! I haven’t bought or received any books, hence why that section is missing! I’ve been good and cut my spending and requesting!
I hope you’ve all had an amazing week (and month)!