Weekly Wrap Up – 27th July

Books I Bought this Week

So I went on a big library tour this week in Aberdeen and the thing about most libraries is that there is a small table in the back corner or somewhere discreet with piles of books on sale for about 25-50p. AND THAT dear reader, is the story of how I acquired 17 books in 1 day, at a total cost of 4 pounds and 25 pence, about $7.20


Gifted by Marilyn Kaye

Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Feilding

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Guilt Trip by Anne Cassidy

Stephen King Goes to the Movies by (you guessed it)  Stephen King

Agatha Christie: An Autobiography

The Clockwork Man: A Doctor Who Novel

The Deviant Strain: A Doctor Who Novel

The Nightmare of Black Island: A Doctor Who Novel

Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian by Rick Riordan (for Kirsty)

Ironside by Holly Black

My Sister Lives on The Mantelpiece by Anabel Pitcher

Doctor Who Visual Dictionary (dont judge me for buying a second one, it was 25p and i can cut out the pictures for my wall!)

Doctor Who Files: The Doctor

Doctor Who Files: The Tardis

and a wee walk down memory lane because who wouldn’t buy their childhood favorites when they were 25p

Mary-Kate and Ashley Diaries: Surf, Sand and Secrets – I used to LOVE these! They were my FAVES!

The Glitter Girls: Photo Fame – This was the book series which made me start reading. Book 3, Disco Divas was one of the first books I properly read (I read it before the first and second because it was purple, and purple is the best)

Later on in the week I also bought a copy of the Casual Vacancy by J.K Rowling for 1.50

Borrowed from the Library

The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale

Nuclear Time: A Doctor Who Novel

Magic of the Angels: A Doctor Who QuickReads Novel

The Silurian Gift: A Doctor Who QuickReads Novel

The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

Just One Day by Gayle Forman

Merlin: The Labyrinth of Gedref

Merlin: Lancelot and Gwenevere

Books I Read this Week

Magic of the Angels: A Doctor Who Quickreads Novel

Summer Falls: A Doctor Who novella


Posts this Week

Monday: Adventures in Ragweed

Tuesday: Top Ten Characters I would take with me on a Desert Island

Wednesday: Book-Tube-A-Thon Wrap Up

Thursday: We Were Liars Video

Friday: Fangirl Friday and Beat the Heat Read-a-thon

Saturday: We Were Liars Video and Gif Reactions

Comments I Left this Week

Number of Characters at Reading is fun again – Having loads of characters in a book get really confusing, I like them to be staggered as we are introduced. In City of Heavenly Fire for example, the book starts and we are thrown to the figurative wolves with what fells like 400 Blackthorn children to remember the names hair colors and eye colors of, I’m terrible with these things. if you named a friend of mine and asked me to tell you what colour their eyes are I would completely guess, I’m rubbish!
On the other hand, In the Hunger Games, we meet so many people so quickly and it really works, I know who they are and what they look like (though I don’t think I could say the same for Mockingjay, that was a bit TOO much.

Cress Review at Chapter Break – I feel you, I really did miss Scarlet in this book (it is so hard to type that without the extra “T” like it hurts my head!)but I’m SO EXCITED for Winter. I’m not sure how I feel about this Levana book thing because while it’s probably going to be really important to the story it’s like I don’t care about her, i wanna know what happens to Cress!

What’s Going on In Scarlett’s Life this Week

So then, still in Scotland and miracle of miracles, the SUN HAS BEEN SHINING! Meanwhile I’ve been

Listening to: Carryon my Wayward Son – Kansas which was brought on by..


Watching: Supernatural and Doctor Who while…

Doing: Cross stitching, meet Leo my Hedgehog, named after Leo Valdez of the Heroes of Olympus Series


Writing: This weird ass message to a friend of mine

ME: ikr but hey it was the 80’s they did all kinds of weird stuff!
Eve: very true
ME: “hey it was the fangirls they did all kind of weird stuff!They worshiped in particular a moose, a squirrel, an otter and a hedgehog”
“often, students of chemistry would run screaming from the labs at the sight of sulphur powder required for experiments”
“they were known, on occasion to shout strange things at any point in time such as “don’t blink” or “wibbly wobbly timey wimey” or when speaking of their native attire “bowties are cool”. They were a feared stage of human evolution who hid away from society in fear of a dreadful beast named “hiatus”. Those who worshiped the otter and hedgehog primarily were the first to reach extinction when their promised fourth season remained undelivered for 5 years. The other frightening fangirls terrorized he earth with their constant squealing until finally BBC and NBC were forced to stop broadcasting and publication stopped on Young adult novels in a last ditch attempt by the government to allow this “hellatus” to consume the creatures, making the world a sane place once again”

I can’t explain it….. I got carried away“

Applying: Hairdye! I’m a redhead again as you will soon see as I have been…

Filming: Sticky Situations Book Tag

Buying: Cross stitching stuff, this T-shirt and hopefully a new video camera with the last of my birthday money to fix the sound issues I’ve been having.


Eating: My Granny’s lovely cooking

Drinking: LUCOZADE! I HAVE MISSED YOU SO! almost as much as I am…


Missing: My daddy in Houston, Kirsty, my bookshelves and my posters! Oh my bed how I long to see you again! (seriously I’ve set up a wee den where I am living, my bed is a mattress underneath a desk with all my books piled around me! I’d like to point out that this was done by choice, I’m not being neglected, I just like my own space and nobody disturbs me under my desk).

2 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap Up – 27th July

    1. Scarlettsbookblog Post author

      So would I, just posting the particularly wordy ones where I had a strong opinion to share haha


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