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On What Cathy Read Next last week
Tuesday – I published my review of a historical novel set in pre-partition India, The Inside City by Anita Mir. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic was Inspirational/Thought-Provoking Book Quotes and I gave my list a John Buchan theme.
Wednesday – WWW Wednesday is the opportunity to share what I’ve just read, what I’m currently reading and what I plan to read next…and have a good nose around to see what other bloggers are reading. I also joined the blog tour for The Way of All Flesh by Ambrose Parry, sharing my review of this historical crime mystery set in Edinburgh.
Thursday – I published my review of my Buchan of the Month for April, Midwinter. My Throwback Thursday post was my review of The Hidden Bones by Nicola Ford. The sequel, The Lost Shrine, is due to be published soon.
Friday – I shared my Five Favourite Books I read in April.
Saturday – I took part in the Six Degrees of Separation meme creating a chain of books from The Dry by Jane Harper to Wife to Mr. Milton by Robert Graves.
Sunday – I hosted a stop on the blog tour for Killer of Kings by Matthew Harffy, sharing my Q&A with the author. I also joined the blog tour for Shari Low’s latest novel, This Is Me, sharing my review of this heart-warming, emotional novel.
As always, thanks to everyone who has liked, commented on or shared my blog posts on social media this week.
On What Cathy Read Next this week
- Event Review: Henley Literary Festival Pop-Up Event with Antony Beevor
- Book Review: Where the Hornbeam Grows by Beth Lynch
- Waiting on Wednesday
- Blog Tour/Book Review: De Bohun’s Destiny by Carolyn Hughes
- Blog Tour/Book Review: Storm of Steel by Matthew Harffy