Sunday Post 08/10

Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer which takes place every Sunday. Its a place to look back on the week and share what’s been happening with you personally, what’s been on your blog, what you have been reading, what books you have received and what is happening on your blog next week.

Hope you have all had a good week. I’ve had an okay week. Not much happened but you don’t need that to have had a good week. As always let me know what you have been up to in the comments and link me to your Sunday Post so I can check it out.


It’s been a pretty quiet week for me if I’m honest. Not much has really gone on, well nothing that exciting anyway. I’m still on a high from the news I received last week and I just wish December would come sooner. 

I saw James for a few days and we went to Sealife in London as my Mum managed to get us some free tickets. I love sealife centres and I find something calming about them. My favourites were the Penguins and the Turtles. I’d definitely go back there. We then had a walk along the Southbank and I had truly forgotten how beautiful London really is. It was a really lovely day out.

That’s it for my personal update. Sorry it wasn’t longer. Hopefully I’ll have more to tell you next week.
Last week on Amy’s Bookish Life

Coming up this week

It’s Monday! What are you reading? #20 (Meme)
Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Autumn themed covers (Meme)
Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo (Review)
Premonition by Leigh Walker (Blog Tour)

Books Read

Mirror Mirror by Cara Delevingne (Review Copy)

Books Received 

Shadow Weaver by MaryKate Connolly (Review Copy)

Some Kind of Wonderful by Giovanna Fletcher (Review Copy)

7 thoughts on “Sunday Post 08/10

  1. Not so crazy weeks are the best weeks! 🙂 That picture is so beautiful! I love the Ferris Wheel (not sure if that is what it's called) I hope you have a great week, Amy! Happy Reading! 🙂


  2. I've never been to London which seems like a crime. 🙂 Soon, hopefully… I'm anxious for Mirror, Mirror- I like the premise and I'm curious to see where cara Delavinge takes it.


  3. Crazy weeks can wear you out. I have to get to London one of these days. Also, I've sent emails and received no reply regarding your book spotlight for Night Court by Erica Goss, which was scheduled for September. Could you post that?


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