Rehearsals start next Sunday for the spring concert, so I’ve been busy with preparations for that. And I have an indexing project, so there’s plenty to do. In fact, this coming week looks so packed that I may not be able to get any reviews written… but I posted three since last Sunday, which felt good.
I ordered a blending board (for fiber prep) and it arrived on Wednesday. I couldn’t resist playing with it a little bit, and made my first rolags. I’ll show you the results when I spin these up. Neither colorway will make very much yarn; I was working with leftover scraps of fiber, just to learn gain experience. (If you want to see how to use a blending board, here’s a quick YouTube video — it’s about 2 minutes long.)
Last Week on the Blog
- Sunday Post – 2/23/2020 – this post
- Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas – review
- The Bachelor by Sabrina Jeffries – review
- The Last Passenger by Charles Finch – review
- News & Notes – 2/29/2020
- Sunday Post – 3/01/2020 – this post
This Week on the Blog
- News & Notes – 3/07/2020 – tentative
- Sunday Post – 3/08/2020 – tentative
What I’m Reading/Watching
Reading: I read Tucker (ARC). I reread Nora Roberts’s Guardians Trilogy for the 4th time: Stars of Fortune (reviewed in 2017), Bay of Sighs, and Island of Glass. I started both A Murderous Relation (ARC) and To Ride Pegasus (a reread.) And I’m still slowly working my way through Decluttering at the Speed of Life (Dana K. White, not pictured.) (Click titles for Goodreads or my review.)
Listening: I had been listening to Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal, but I didn’t listen to it at all this week. Or anything else, for that matter.
Watching: Picard (season 1) and Warehouse 13 (season 3.)
Added to the Hoard
For Review or Review Consideration
Purchased (Kindle, print, or audio)
Click to see on Goodreads, or my review:
- Rise of Magicks — used hardcover. I spotted this at the library bookstore, and grabbed it. It’s in pristine condition and looks brand-new, though I’m sure it’s been read once.
- Angel in a Devil’s Arms — Kindle. I’ve really enjoyed this series, so even though I read the ARC (belated review to come), I’m likely to reread it. So when it went on sale, I bought it.
- Grave Peril (Dresden Files) — Kindle