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It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
What happened this week?
Whew this was a busy week, but I am not complaining as it’s the good kind of busy! 3 new tours went live this week on Lola’s Blog Tours and I am still working on the fourth one. I don’t really have much to tell this week besides that I did a lot of work and I am happy with the busy weeks. Oh and it seems spring is getting here, yesterday and Friday both were nice sunny days and I’ve had the windows open for a bit.
I didn’t got much done besides work. I did manage to try out the orange bars variation on lemon bars and they turned out good, even though it does need a bit tweaking (I added too much orange juice). And I made a quark pie from a store bought package.
Random Picture(s) of the Week
This was a new supermarket find this week. A few months ago we first discovered this brand and my boyfriend liked the cacao flavour of it, I didn’t like that one as much, but when i saw the orange mango flavour I just had to try it. Oatly is a brand of drinks and yogurt products, it looks like milk, but there’s no milk or soy in to, but oats. The first cup I drank was so weird as i tasted unlikely anything else. But it grew on me and now I really like it. It has an unique texture and flavour and the orange mango taste is done nicely, but not overwhelming. It’s apparently by a Swedish company and I saw on their site they sell more products there, but here they only have the drinks in only 2 or 3 of the flavours depending on the supermarket. Do they sell Oatly over there and have you tried it? And if not what’s the strangest thing you ever drank?
These were discounted last week in our supermarket, so i bought one and have been slowly making my way through it this week. It’s a brioche type of bread, very soft and sweet. It was some custard and icing on it and it’s really good.
What did I cook for dinner this week?
- Sunday: leftover Spring Rolls
- Monday: Peanut Pasta
- Tuesday: leftover Peanut Pasta
- Wednesday: Storebought Pizza
- Thursday: Sajoer Beans
- Friday: Storebought Soup with French Bread
- Saturday: Mashed Potatoes with Sauerkraut and lentils
This week I blogged about:
– Lola’s Advice: How to Build Your Online Pressence
– Review: March (Calendar Girl #3) by Audrey Carlan
– Guest Post: The Beginner’s Guide to Audiobooks by Melanie Simmons
– Lola’s Kitchen: Kaiserschmarrn Recipe
– My to-Be Read List #19: the winner
What to expect next week on the blog:
– Cover Reveal: Amanda Lester the Blue Peacocks’ Secret by Paula Berinstein
– Review: Shards of Murder by Cheryl Hollon
– Lola’s Ramblings: Do You Re-Read Books?
– Lola’s Kitchen: Wraps with Curry Sauce and Rice Recipe
– Review: Murder on a Silver Platter by Shawn Reilly Simmons
Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours:
– Maisy and the Mystery Manor by Elizabeth Woodrum
– Indestructible by Emma L Adams
– Saven: Deception by Siobhan Davis
– Summer Haikus by SJ Pajonas
– Dominic’s Nemesis by D. Alyce Domain
– Secret Baby Scandal by Joanne Rock
Check the full list of open review opportunities here.
– Amanda Lester and the Blue Peacocks’ Secret by Paula Berinstein – March 14
– She laughs in Pink by Jessica Calla – March 15
– Never Letting Go by Christina Channelle – March 22
Blog Tour: A Shot of Bourbon by A.C. Land – 29 March till 11 April
Book Blitz: Saven Deception by Siobhan Davis – 30 March till 5 April – new!
Blog Tour: The Daydreamer Detective by SJ Pajonas – 4 till 8 April
Book Blitz: The Urban Boys by K.N. Smith – 25 till 29 April – new!
Blog Tour: Micah by Lee DuCote – 3 till 16 May – new!
His Secretary’s Surprise Fiancé (Bayou Billionaires #2)
by Joanne Rock
Source: for review through netgalley
You can find His Secretary’s Surprise Fiancé on Goodreads
Her boss wants her in his office—and as his bride!
Adelaide Thibodeaux grew up with Dempsey Reynaud, and she’s worked for him for years. But when the billionaire football coach springs a surprise engagement to keep her from resigning, it’s a low blow. Just as she’s ready to strike out on her own, she’s stuck in a fake relationship with her boss, biding her time…
But soon Adelaide faces a second blow: she’s actually falling for the man! Can a relationship founded on a lie become the real deal? Or will they fumble before the end zone—and stay in the friend zone?
Dances Under the Harvest Moon (Heartache #3)
by Joanne Rock
Source: won in a giveaway
You can find Dances Under the Harvest Moon on Goodreads
Chance of a lifetime
It’s finally Heather Finley’s moment. After spending years looking after her mother in the tiny town of Heartache, Tennessee, Heather’s about to follow her dream of singing country music. She can nearly hear the audiences hollering…until the town’s handsome mayor, Zach Chance, comes to her with troubling questions about her late father’s past. Once again, Heather has to choose: protect her family or chase her heart’s desire? Zach is determined to help, and to convince Heather that she belongs in Heartache—with him. But is he just another distraction? Or could he be the one to show Heather how a small-town love can make her big-time dreams come true?
I was so excited to win a copy of this book as I really enjoyed the first two books in this series and I can’t wait to read the third book!