My Bookish Weekly Wrap Up – Week 36 2018 #bookblogger #bookhaul

Hello!!  I’m a slightly exhausted bookworm today so apologies now for any spelling mistakes or general rambling in this post! Hopefully I won’t go too off tangent and just focus on all the bookish things that have been going on in my life this week!

And it’s been a pretty OK kind of week! Only managed to finish 2 books as I’ve been trying my best to catch up on the outstanding reviews! And I was led astray by NetGalley again with 4 new additions to the shelves there, along with some fabulous bookpost and finds in a secondhand bookshop that has made my week! More of that soon!!

So here’s a quick look back at all those books! Click on the title for a link to the GoodReads pages!


A Little Bird Told Me by Marianne Holmes   – 4 stars

Found this to be a fascinating read featuring a family who shared my surname!

The Cliff House by Amanda Jennings  –  4 stars

A dark and wonderful read!


Starting with the NetGalley haul! 4 more added!

The Paris Secret by Lily Graham

Published by Bookouture – 4th October 2018

The Christmas Cafe at Seashell Cove by Karen Clarke

Published by Bookouture – 5th October 2018

Roar by Cecelia Ahern

Published by HarperFiction – 1st November 2018

The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths

Published by Quercus – 1st November 2018

And then I was lucky enough to win a copy of this via Readers First

A House of Ghosts by W.C.Ryan

Published by Zaffre – 4th October 2018

And then there was this find! Wandering around a National Trust property and noticing they had a secondhand bookshop – yippee!- I decided to go for a little browse and was astonished to find these mint condition proofs available!!  Needless to say I scooped them up with delight and can’t wait to read them!

Bitter Orange by Claire Fuller

Normal People by Sally Rooney

The Lingering by S.J.I. Holliday


The Corset by Laura Purcell

Published by Raven Books – 20th September 2018

The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton – via Pigeonhole

Published by Allen & Unwin – 12th September 2018

The Darkness of Wallis Simpson by Rose Tremain


wahoo! I made it through without nodding off! Hope you did the same reading this post! Any of these on your TBR’s or you’ve already read them? Always love to hear your thoughts!


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