Sunday Post #7

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer. 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

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This week was a little insane as I came back from a ten-day holidays (that’s why there was no Sunday Post last week) and I had so much to catch up on at work. I’m kind of the only one in my team so that means that taking time off work is always tricky… I wish I had someone else with me. It was such a crazy way to come back that I felt so incredibly tired and had the biggest nap ever yesterday! I had planned a nice ‘Stacking the Shelves’ post but by the time I woke up, it was too dark to take pictures of my lovely new books so I have postponed it for next week instead.

Speaking of work, now that I’ve let my manager know I can officially say that I’ve been very busy lately applying to jobs in publishing! It’s super exciting and nerve-wracking, and it keeps me well busy during the week. The job market is crazy at the moment, and publishing is even more competitive than it used to be: a lot more people are applying to jobs but there are very few of them. I’m applying to entry-level roles so there are often 500+ applicants (if not 1500+!)… I’m focusing on jobs that match my Operations experience and hope for the best!

This week and the last*

I’ve read and finished (over the past couple of weeks)

Currently Reading

Sly & The Family Stone – Family Affair

Have a great week, and happy reading! x

2 thoughts on “Sunday Post #7

  1. Rest and Be Thankful’s cover is so so beautiful. I know nothing about it but now I’m dying to! Also I love how you featured a song by Sly & the Family Stone. All my childhood I listened to their stuff so that really warmed my heart 🙂 I hope you have a wonderful week!

    1. It’s a very difficult read, but I found it poetic. I would really recommend it if you don’t mind books that deal with paediatric hospitals and mental health! And you were so lucky to grow up listening to Sly & the Family Stone, it must’ve been so much fun to dance to their music 😄 I hope you’re having a lovely week too!

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