What a beautiful month May has been! The sun has arrived to stay here in Barcelona and I've been reading some amazing books. So here's a little wrap up of what I've been doing and reading this month:
What I read:
Catch Me If You Cannes Part 1 by Lisa Dickenson
The Chateau on the Lake by Charlotte Betts
Catch Me If You Cannes Part 2 by Lisa Dickenson
The Happy Ever Afterlife of Rosie Potter (RIP) by Kate Winter
Catch Me If You Cannes Part 3 by Lisa Dickenson
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
We Are All Made of Stars by Rowan Coleman
Girl At War by Sara Novic
Catch Me If You Cannes Part 4 by Lisa Dickenson
Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella
June Jenson and the Shield of Quell by Emily Harper
Bite by Nick Louth
Wellies and Westies by Cressida Mclaughlin
Deliciously Ella by Ella Woodward
Coming Up Roses by Rachael Lucas
To be reviewed:
Always the Bridesmaid by Lindsey Kelk
Berlin Coffeeshop by Gerlis Zillgens
The Art of Baking Blind by Sara Vaughan
The Love Shack by Jane Costello
What I cooked:
What I was up to:
We have been up to a lot of things during May. The first thing I want to share with you is that I started my new job the 18th. I work in a hospital in the Foreign Patient Assistance Unit, basically acting as a mediator and interpreter for international patients. The first two weeks has been crazy busy as there was a lot to learn but I am enjoying it. Only downside I am reading so slowly now.
This month we went to the cinema to see The Avengers and I loved it. I am really enjoying all the Marvel Universe movies and can't wait for the next one.
One highlight of the month was the trip to London! I went to A Fabulous Night In with Lindsey Kelk, Lucy Robinson and Lucy Holliday and had such a great time!
As you can see, I cut my hair! I've got a bob now. I think it is the shortest I've had it since I was a kid but it's so good for the summer! It's very hot already and we went for our first ice-cream of the season a couple of weeks ago.
Finally, we bought a new car! I cannot wait to drive it to lots of beautiful places.
What I blogged about:
I always enjoy taking part in Top Ten Tuesdays because, one, I love making lists, and two, it's a great way to talk about old books, especial authors or characters. Here are the ones I did this month:
Also, the first week of May was Harper Impulse Fortnight so I had the pleasure to interview two of their fantastic author:
As I said, this month I had the opportunity to go to the HarperCollins new offices for A Fabulous Night In with Lindsey Kelk, Lucy Robinson and Lucy Holliday, which was such a fantastic night and I met these amazing authors!
Finally, the lovely author Aven Ellis stopped by on the blog to talk about her love for cooking and cook books and how it translates into her fantastic novels. Really worth a read.