Good Deeds Challenge, Year 2 Week 32

Welcome to my second Year of Good Deeds, a challenge I set myself during April 2013. I decided to do at least one Good Deed a day for a whole year, now I am into my second year.

New Good DeedsThis week I’ve been doing the following;

November 23rd – Today is rained hard nearly all day, I stayed inside and read and reviewed two books instead. Good Deeds received, brother-in-law came and took away our old lounge furniture.

Today’s book in the November Mystery Tour was Buffalo Soldiers by Nicholas Denmon

November 24th – My morning helping at school. Today’s mystery book is Blond Cargo by John Lansing.

November 25th – Today it’s the turn of Lily Bishop on the Mystery November book tour with her book No Strings Attached. Visited my parents and helped out with their computer issues.

November 26th – A mystery set in Cyprus was today’s book on the mystery tour, Isia’s Secret by Ray Stone. Posted my review of Elsa Winckler’s book Touched to the Heart on my blog, a romance set in South Africa.

November 27th – Donated food to the local food bank for the homeless today. Pattern of Shadows by Judith Barrow is the mystery tour book today.

November 28th – A Much needed walk today in the fresh air and a chance to pick up litter. Today’s mystery tour book is Eden’s Garden by Juliet Greenwood.

November 29th – The mystery book tour is nearly at an end and today it’s the turn of Thorne Moore and her book A Time For Silence.

Drafting up the post for the December issues of the magazines I write book reviews for and drafting up the copy for the January issues to send to the editor due to the short deadline in the run up to Christmas.


8 thoughts on “Good Deeds Challenge, Year 2 Week 32

  1. Great week Rosie, you’ve certainly given your all to the tour. I saw a collection here for the local food bank yesterday. I wish it wasn’t necessary, but I’m also very glad they are doing it. Hugs, H xxx


    • Hi Tess I don’t really think I’m a speed reader, I’d describe myself as a focused reader, at the moment I treat it like a job rather than a form of relaxation as I’ve an enormous pile of books to get through.


      • And you review such an enormous amount of books so quickly. I want to stick my nose in a book and only come up for air and not stop till I’ve finished all 2700 I have awaiting my attention. If I read faster, I could read more. ❤ Kudos to you. You are providing an awesome service to us all.


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