My #Gapp_Week 18th July @Gapp_Week
G I’m GRATEFUL for a new 5-star review for Midsummer at Eyre Hall and lots of sales last week! It may not seen like much, but it made me very happy. I’m grateful that April took the time to read and review. It takes time to write a thoughtful review such as this one, although I’m grateful for even a few words!
I had a promotion on booksends, which led to my the three novels in The Eyre Hall Trilogy being in the top 100 historical novels on the same day. today, 16th July 2016, the three novels in The Eyre Hall Trilogy are in the top 100 bestseller list for Historical novels in the kindle store in Amazon US. Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall is 33, All Hallows at Eyre Hall is 74, and Midsummer at Eyre Hall is 85. It was short-lived, but great while it lasted.
I’m also grateful for my grandchildren’s visit,
I’m grateful for meeting up with my best friends and their husbands, yesterday evening (which is why this post is very late!).
I’m grateful for my colleagues’ evening visit, last Tuesday.
A for what I’ve ACHIEVED? I’ve managed to sort out my emails, redecorate my front garden, and plan some new features for my blog, more about that soon.
P is for what I’m PROUD of. I’m proud of my colleague, Jose, who passed his teacher exams for a permanent post with flying colours, although that doesn’t guarantee he’ll get the post, at least he’ll have a temporary job next year.
I’m proud of my beautiful daughter who has two wonderful children, and another to be born next month. She had her hair done for a wedding on Saturday and I bought her the lovely new dress she’s wearing. I love buying little presents for friends and family.
P is for my PLANS. These great books arrived from Amazon this week, which I plan to read asap! I’ve already read and reviewed The Mistake I Made, and I’ve started I Let You Go.
I’ve also planned to visit my mother, who lives about 1,000 kilometers away. It’s right up in the north of Spain, and I live in the south. More about that next week.
I still have to finish proofreading Midsummer at Eyre Hall for print…
How was your week?