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Another week, another round up. I’d like to say I am going to bring something astoundingly original to the mix but I’m really not. A somewhat uneventful week at work, a nice trip to London on Tuesday afternoon and a couple of really brilliant books read and that’s about my lot for this week. Well, I spent yesterday doing all the pre-post pre for April so now with just one review to finish off for March, and the books to read and review for next month I’m pretty well organised right through until 1st May, but who is counting.

The cat had to stop me working somehow …

So how was your week? Did you have a good one? Managed to avoid Coronavirus and keep your heads buried in books? I did. Even when I ventured away from the family fold it was only to attend the triple launch for Steph Broadribb, Vanda Symon and Simeon Buchholz, whose stunning books are all released in paperback this month. A flying visit to London Tuesday saw me meet up with my fellow bloggers and the lovely #TeamOrenda authors to celebrate the launch of Deep Dark Night, Containment and Mexico Street, as well as top up my Orenda Books collection with my final missing book. For now …

So I didn’t get quite so much reading done this week, partly because I am still wiped out from my week following the Orenda Roadshows, but partly because one of the books I read was one I just wanted to savour. Book wise, I had one from Netgalley – The Shadow Friend by Alex North. I also bought a copy of Deep Dark Night by Steph Broadribb to add to my signed Orenda Books collection. Oh, and I pre-ordered the special edition hardback version of The Creak On The Stairs by Eva Björg Ægisdottir from Goldsboro Books.

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