Happy Easter Monday wherever you are and whatever you’re doing. I’m back in work today and now my voice has almost disappeared. Eeek.
This post should have gone up on Sunday 25th March but shortly after that everything changed. I became under the weather and work continued to be hard going. This week I aim to be more consistent here on the blog and with my reading. There’s so many good books and bookish stuff that I can’t wait to share with you. I’m hoping to finish listening to Ruth Ware’s The Woman in Cabin 10 today – I have 3 hours or so left. I’m also well into The Perfect Girlfriend which is intriguing and plain right mental.
Thank Sunday’s are one of my favourite lazy days. It’s a day when I’m almost always off work and last week I finally managed to catch up with my bookish pal Hannah.
Hannah and I became friends a good few years back now thanks to a mutual friend and a love of books. Although I know she won’t mind me saying this her reading is always slightly darker than mine. Saying that I am into a lot more psychological thrillers these days. As you will have seen from my ever increasing reviews on thrillers.
We decided to do brunch….there are so many gorgeous little coffee places in London and around Covent Garden it’s like a hive for brunch. One of the initial places that piqued our interest after Hannah’s research we looked into but the set up is so cosy that we would have had to have met at least an hour earlier – I’m already short on sleep without losing another hour. So I won’t be name checking said place as we are hoping to try again at some point.
Golden latte – I’m a sucker for reading the specials and wanting to try them. This was different but good. I’m glad I opted for something different but I’m not sure I would have it again though.
Both Hannah and I opted for the banana loaf with berries – this was a simply gorgeous treat.
Are there any brunch locations in London that I should visit? If so leave me a comment below, telling me where and why and you never know your comment could spur on another blog post. I know this is a little different but I hope you have enjoyed reading..