So this week coming is Nightshift week, so that means impulse purchases and light reading. So not that different to a normal week then! And this week’s reading ended up being really un-Christmassy – even though I’m feeling quite festive now. And in unrelated but rather lovely news, I’m on Fahrenheit Press’s list of Book Bloggers of the Year which was very touching and made me come over all teary eyed. But then I’ve got a fractured elbow, a terrible cough and am fighting off the newsroom lurgy so I think I’m particularly suseptible to tears at the moment. Or that’s my story and I’m sticking to it – after all I cried at the Strictly final on Saturday night. Twice.
The Case of the Screaming Beauty by Alison Golden
Last Boat to Camden Town by Paul Charles
The Case of the Hidden Flame by Alison Golden
Sweetest Regret by Meredith Duran
Juniors at the Chalet School by Katherine Bruce
A Little Murder by Suzette A Hill
Angel by Elizabeth Taylor
Deadly Treasures by Vivian Conroy
American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld
Three e-books bought – and three real books when I went into The Works for some Christmassy bits. Oops. And I’m never good at avoiding buying books on nights either am I? Still I’ll try and restrain myself – because who knows what Santa might bring – if you want to know what I’m hoping he’ll bring, check out my Christmas gift post – or if you’re still looking for last minute things here’s the book gift guide.