The Sunday Post is hosted by the wonderful Kimba, the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news, recap the past week, take a look ahead, and showcase our new treasures – I mean books!
A horrendous cold laid me low for much of the week, but fortunately, it was mostly over by the time we flew out to spend a long weekend celebrating my mom’s 80th birthday. You wouldn’t believe she’s 80 if you saw her; she looks and moves like she’s at least 10 or 15 years younger — the result of a lifetime of taking good care of herself both physically and mentally/spiritually/emotionally. My sister and her husband, our niece and nephew and their significant others, and our daughter all joined us; we’re staying in a beautiful rented house nestled against the mountain, with a gorgeous view of the city and valley below. And we’re having a lovely time just hanging out together, laughing, talking, playing cards, and eating favorite family recipes.
Last Week on the Blog
- Tues. 3/15: Top Ten Books on My Spring TBR List (Top Ten Tuesday)
- Wed. 3/16: In the Dragon’s Eye: Reunion Pass
- Fri. 3/18: ‘Til Death Do Us Part (Amanda Quick) (review)
- Sat. 3/19: News & Notes 3/19/16
- Sun. 3/20: Sunday Post 3/20/16
Upcoming on the Blog
- Mon 3/21: Kindle Update — Urgent
- Tues-Thurs: TBD
- Fri. 3/25: TOUR: A Clue in the Stew, with Guest Post by Connie Archer
- Sat. 3/26: News & Notes 3/26/16
- Sun. 3/27: Sunday Post 3/27/16
What I’m Reading/Watching
I finally finished The Case of the Missing Morris Dancer (Cathy Ace; ARC). I also re-read three Anne McCaffrey books: To Ride Pegasus, Pegasus in Flight, and Pegasus in Space. I’m nearly done with The Cracked Spine (Paige Shelton; ARC). Next up is The Clue in the Stew (Connie Archer; ARC.)
New Additions to the Hoard
Cover links take you to Goodreads.
For Review or Review Consideration
Purchased for Kindle
I’ve read the three McCaffrey books before, but wanted to reread them. (Sorry to disappoint, but Pegasus is a metaphor; they’re not actually about winged horses.) The first two were on sale, as were It’s In His Kiss and Icy Clutches. The Marriage of Mary Russell is a short story.