Greetings you guys! How have you all been? I’m starting to realize that we currently rotate on a fortnightly basis here. Although it really doesn’t feel as if 2 weeks have passed since we last did a Sunday Post. Maybe our clocks are wrong and someone is other than Father Time is actually to blame.
We are mostly good here on the Southern part of Africa, the weather has been cold and rainy, but I believe the worst of the cold spells are behind us. Not that we see summer before December in our lovely little coastal town, but still – dressing like the Mitchilin man really isn’t my Mommy’s style at all.
Let’s see what happened in our Bookish lives the last 14 days:
Adding to the Litter
Yes! I do know how to click with my paw on BookBub and buy the books I want for myself. The first two are mine and the next two are my Mommy’s.
Scratching the Blog Pole
Four seems to be our number. It might be because of my 4 adorable fluffy paws.
On the Couch
The first book is in Afrikaans yes, but it was sooooo good. My Mommy will try to do a Wednesday Wisdom on this book on Wednesday. This lady has more than a bit of wisdom to share with you ladies out there. Oh the title translates to Survival guide for a very, angry and pissed-off Diva.
The Missing Sister
was a very sad book to read. The story wasn’t sad no, just the book. It is the second to last one in The Seven Sisters Series
and the last book to be written by Lucinda Riley. Reading the book was like accompanying a soul departing from this earth. May she rest and peace and thank you for all the wonderful stories.
We’ve watched the first series of Anne with an “e” and delightful is the only word we can think of to describe it.
The Ice Swan is a wonderful story and I hope we will done reading it and have it reviewed by end of the week. The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is worth all the hype. So far.
And that’s all from us for the last fortnight. What’s new in your lives?
Wishing you all a wonderful week or fortnight. Which ever comes first! Don’t forget to pay a visit to our lovely hosts and to visit your fellow bloggers.
Lots of Love,