Sunday Post No. 4 | 31 March 2019

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme

Last week on the blog

Once & Future (YA Sci-Fi/Retelling)

Can’t Freaking Wait Wednesday 27/03/19 (meme)

The Tiger at Midnight (YA Fantasy – rescheduled – AGAIN – from last week)

Never-Contented Things (YA Fantasy – and my first ever rant review!)

This week on the blog

Wicked Saints (YA Dark Fantasy)
You’d Be Mine (YA Contemporary)

Can’t Freaking Wait Wednesday 03/04/19 (meme)

Opposite of Always (YA Contemporary)

Audio Round Up (small reviews/wrap-up)

Latest book haul

Netgalley approvals –

  • Waiting for Tom Hanks
  • All We Could Have Been
  • Kingdom of Souls

Physical haul:

Charity Shop –

  • Bonfire
  • An Abundance of Katherines
  • Hollow City
  • Divine by Mistake
  • The Weight of a Thousand Feathers
  • The Bookseller of Kabul
  • Pride and Prejudice
  • Dubliners (because of course)
  • The Hound of the Baskervilles
  • Lord Arthur Saville’s Crime
  • The Isle of the Lost
  • Return to the Isle of the Lost

Currently reading and recently finished

Finished listening to Talon (audio) last night at work and realised I have quite a few audiobooks to review, so will be doing an audio wrap up in the coming week. Also read Little Darlings (gasp) and Once & Future (which I loved so much)!

A few final words

So, we’re in Dingle, Co. Kerry this weekend and I am so excited to be here!


Of course, that means I haven’t gotten too much reading done, unfortunately. It’s definitely worth it, though m, because he proposed!

We’ve also done a fair bit since arriving Friday. We walked to the harbour and visited a few local places on Friday. Then, Saturday went to Dingle Distillery and Oceanworld before finding a pub showing the Manchester United match, since he’s a fan.

It’s James’ birthday Monday, so this is our little weekend away to celebrate. His dad and I also went halves and booked a trip for James’ birthday for the three of us to Dubrovnik in May, which is his big birthday present, but I thought it would be nice to have a romantic weekend away for just the two of us.


It’s still going to be a difficult weekend, though, because today is Mother’s Day here in Ireland. Our first one without his mam since her passing last year. So, it’s going to be a rough day, but we’ll keep her in our thoughts and celebrate her life today. It’s been a hard 6 months. They say grief is a process, but I wish it would go quicker. I still find myself getting emotional about some things that remind me of her. Though, I don’t think that will ever truly stop.


Anyway! What are you all looking forward to for the first week of April, Wayfarers?

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