Well well well. June is nearly over, it’s proper summer and we’ve had the longest day etc. My week was marked by sunshine, rain, wind and some very muggy weather. My reading was an eclectic mix of historical fiction, cozy crime, women’s fiction, boarding schools in various guises and some non fiction to boot. Quite a lot of fun to be honest and lots that I want to write about. Expect to hear more etc!
This is not a F**king Romance by Evie Snow
Yours Cheerfully by A J Pearce*
The Stepsisters by Susan Mallery*
Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P Manansala
The Last Party by Anthony Haden-Guest
Fence Vol 4 by C S Pacat and Johanna the Mad
Tommy Cabot was Here by Cat Sebastian
A Pho Love Story by Loan Le*
Mrs England by Stacey Halls*
Rosaline Palmer Takes The Cake by Alexis Hall
I may have added another Shirley Flight to my collection, as well as a couple of ebooks and a crime preorder or two. Positively restrained – but I haven’t been into a bookshop since the reopening so it can only be a matter of time.
Bonus photo: I could have posted another picture of the park to mark the 10 k I slogged around it on Sunday, but you’ve seen a lot of the park over the last year because it’s the only outings I’ve had. So instead have some of my cooking. This is the oven paella from The Roasting Tin Around the World.
An * next to a book title indicates that it came from NetGalley. ** indicates it was an advance copy from a source other than NetGalley
2 thoughts on “The Week in Books: June 21 – June 27”
That paella looks sublime. Cook it for us sometime please?
It was and we absolutely can