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Welcome to another week on my blog! We took advantage of the weather and went on another day trip somewhere new. We made the journey up the famous Rest and Be Thankful road, stopping off around Loch Fyne and going to the town of Inveraray. There was seriously beautiful scenery on this trip, the sun was out and it was pretty warm! Managed to grab a very tasty bacon roll from a burger van as we sat at the car park on Rest and Be Thankful. Nice! My little monkey Pedro, with his new T-Shirt, also enjoyed the day!
The first photo is from the car park at Rest and Be Thankful, looking down the valley. The photo doesn't really do the view justice.
This is the gorgeous Inveraray Castle!
A view across Loch Fyne
The famous tourist attraction of Inveraray Jail!
Inveraray and Loch Fyne
Rest and Be Thankful Road
So now on to the book side of things! I was pretty excited to get my hands on an ARC of 'The Sower Comes', book three in the Solas Beir trilogy which is out in July. Thanks for sending me a review copy Melissa! Guys, if you want a good fantasy series, give Solas Beir a try. I am not a fantasy fan but I really enjoyed it! Book three was really great and an excellent finish to the series!
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I've been reading a few Tudor books over the last few weeks which got me in the mood to go hunting Amazon for new Tudor authors to try. Yes, I do admit I am bad and have no restraint but I just DON'T CARE! I LOVE buying books and I'm going to do it, so there! Ahem. Yes restraint has gone out of the window and I'm binge buying...I think I might have to save some of my purchases for next week's post!
OK, I grabbed another couple of Kelley Armstrong books-'Forsaken', which I have already read and enjoyed, and the graphic novel 'Bounty Hunt' which I'm really looking forward to! I also managed to snag a bit of Tudor paperback fun as well...