It’s been a while since the last Indulgence Insider, but with 1.5 months left until the wedding, it’s all full speed ahead! In between organising my guests, wedding stationery, dress alterations and trying to exercise and eat healthy, blogging has definitely taken a back seat with this all happening. Oh yeah, still also trying to organise our 18 day honeymoon in Hawaii. We’re going to Big Island, Oahu and Maui, so send me all your tips please.
Just letting you guys know that Jenna is currently on hiatus. She’ll be back when she’s ready, but if you get the chance, send her all your love and support.
This week, I watched A Monster Calls on Monday which was a really intense, emotional and impactful movie. I haven’t read the book yet, so I had no idea what I was in store for, but it was a really moving experience.
Current Giveaways: Win a copy of The Build-Up Season by Megan Jacobson! Australians only, ends 13 August.
THANK YOU for the 5K
I’ve reached 5,000 followers on Twitter and I can’t quite believe it! Thank you everyone for the support and listening to my bookish tweets and sometimes rants.
JULY BOOK HAUL
Here’s some amazing books I received from publishers and authors for review this month (mostly unsolicited):
Gap Year in Ghost Town by Michael Pryor
The Student by Iain Ryan
Shaozhen by Wai Chim
Sparrow by Scot Gardner
A Voyage Through Air by Peter F. Hamilton
The Traitor and the Thief by Gareth Ward
This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada
The Ones That Disappeared by Zana Fraillon
No Filter by Orlagh Collins
The Build-Up Season by Megan Jacobson
No Limits by Ellie Marney (eARC)
Learning to Swear in America by Katie Kennedy
Song of the Current by Sarah Tolcser
Thank you to Penguin Random House, Allen & Unwin, Pan Macmillan Australia, Walker Books, Bloomsbury, Ellie Marney and Echo Publishing for sending me these review copies!
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