With the Weekly Book Wrap-Up, I give you a bit of an insight into all the new books that have arrived at my place. No matter if I won a giveaway, got approved for a reviewer´s copy, an ARC, or just bought one myself. Everything that I add to my shelves, in what way ever and read during the past week or am still reading, I will write about it. And maybe I tell you a bit about the upcoming things on Inkvotary, that is if I don´t forget it and have something to share with you *smile*

I am linking up with Caffeinated Reviewer and Reading Reality and hope you´ll have fun reading it and maybe get the one or the other book inspiration.

Stacking The Shelves #170

No new books this week.

Sunday Post #127

Monday morning, I spent about four hours in the garden and took care of the flowers and plants. And witnessed how the kids of a new neighbor destroyed some plants I had planted not long ago with their wood sticks. Their answer: just for the fun of it because we are bored. WTF?!

Tuesday and Wednesday I rather forget. Both days were filled with anger, a useless conference call and stupid acting neighbors. Not worth my time.

On Thursday I called my parents to see how they were doing and if they needed help with all the papers of their vaccination. My stepmom hadn´t been sure whether she wanted to use the app or carry the papers in her handbag. After that phone call, I called my doctor to make a vaccination appointment for myself and to get the EU digital Covid certificate of recovery. It took the nurse thirty minutes until she could hand me the papers with the QR code inside. During that half hour she kept asking me about my vaccination passport and kept telling me that she couldn´t give me the required QR code for the Corona app because I am not yet fully vaccinated. You don´t say! Well, I took a deep breath and told her that the code I required from the doctor has got nothing to do with the vaccination status. Two different things. It took another five minutes until she finally got it and another nurse before I had the required papers in my hands. Let´s hope that next week the vaccination will run smoothly.

The rest of the week we had again to deal with some heavy rainfalls and today I discovered that our basement floors are, again, filled with water. Not high, but enough to get wet feet and ankles.

How was your week? Stay safe and healthy.

Happy reading



  1. Oh my gosh that's awful about the kids destroying plants! And worse, not having remorse or realizing they did wrong? Yikes. sorry to hear about neighbor issues also.

    Good luck with the vaccination.

    Water on floors is never fun. We used to flood all the time in the spring where I grew up and it was terrible.

    1. This year the water is worse. I don´t have a cellar down there but still. No fun but compared to the heavy flooding in other areas of Germany, it is nothing.

  2. Urg! What a horrible week. Gran always used to say 'The Devil makes work for idle hands...' so I'm sorry about the nightmare neighbour's kids. I hope the coming week is a whole lot better, Vi...

    1. Seems things got worse the following week. Ah well...


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