I turned in a project, so I should have most of this week off to enjoy the spring weather! I also want to work on the house, which really needs some attention. Hopefully, I can also tackle my backlog of reviews, and maybe do some book photography. (No, I’m not overly ambitious at all!)
This afternoon, my occasional play-reading group is reading Noises Off, a slapstick comedy. (We meet via Zoom, since we are scattered throughout the country.)
If all goes well, repairs on the dam should commence in late May, and take about 2 months. Then the lake can begin to (slowly) refill. Fingers crossed! (For anyone who missed the earlier installments of this saga, you can read about it here.)
- Sunday Post – 3/27/2022
- Sunday Post – 4/03/2022 – this post
What I’ve Been Reading/Watching
Reading: I finished In the Cards (Celia Lake), and went on to read On the Bias and Seven Sisters by the same author, plus her novella anthology, Winter’s Charms, and three bonuses from subscribing to her news letter: two collections and a novelette (Tea and Meetings, a collection of 3 novellas/novelettes; Three Tales of Gabe and Rathna; and the novelette “Unexplored Territory.”) I also read “The Dragon Project,” a short story by Naomi Kritzer, which was really cute. (It’s free; click the link if you want to read it.)
Watching: The Great Tours: England, Scotland, and Wales (The Great Courses.) Since I can’t get to Britain in person right now, I’m traveling vicariously via this series, and thinking about places I might want to visit if and when I ever go cross the pond again.
Added to the Hoard this week
For Review or Consideration
Many thanks to Berkley for Desperately Seeking a Duchess!
Purchased (Kindle, print, or audio)
Kindle: On the Bias; Seven Sisters; Winter’s Charms; Complementary; Bayou Moon; Sorceress (novelette); The Big Four; The Art of Detection; Daggerspell; Premeditated Myrtle; How to Get Away With Myrtle. (Click title for Goodreads page or my review.)