March round-up (a week late) #books #familytime #bookblogging

And the reason I’m a week late is because I have been very much enjoying the start of the Easter break.

We have been to Edinburgh zoo, which was fantastic. It was such a good day out even if the Zoo was on a rather massive hill. Lots of walking, lots of fresh air and lots and lots to see. Plus the Grasslands restaurant served some delicious food.

I’ve also spent a lot of time enjoying the sea breeze and looking for shells. Family time. Important time.

I will be about slightly more next week than I was last week, but I am going to take full advantage and enjoy my time off with my very special small wee person. She is the best.

Happy holidays!

March was a great blogging month for me –

I wrote some discussion type posts

  • The life/reading of a book blogger #bookwormproblems – The post is HERE if you would like to have a read.

I have been amazed at how many comments and reads this post has received πŸ™‚

  • In everyday life how do you deal with all the daily distractions? – if you are interested you can find the post HERE

I reviewed some great books including;

I got the opportunity to participate in some #blogtours for some rather great reads including;

Thank you if you have stopped by, read, commented or talked to me here or on twitter – I am always in awe of how supportive and nice the #bookblogging community is.

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    1. It was a glass viewing area, there was also a glass tunnel that we walked through, and the tiger could walk over, it was a good enclosure. I would highly recommend Edinburgh Zoo if you are ever in the area.

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  1. Lovely Wrap-up!

    It seems you had a very productive last month. I visited Edinburgh in January and although I didn’t visit the zoo, I fell in love with the city, it’s gorgeous, now I can’t wait to be back ( hopefully in Summer). Maybe this time I will visit those Pandas!!

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  2. Ahhh I love Edinburgh so much, I’m so sad I didn’t have time to visit the zoo when I was there last summer. Oh, maybe that’s an excuse to come back ahah πŸ™‚
    So happy you had such a great blogging month, I hope that April will be even better! πŸ™‚

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