Our first week of staying home went all right. Mr. Bookwyrm had some technical issues with teleworking (as I’m sure a lot of people have), but most of them have been worked out. I’m working, but having a lot of trouble concentrating. I am back on my anxiety medication, and will start planning time for exercise, reading, and crafting to help keep me calm and grounded. And prayer, too.
Last Week on the Blog
- Sunday Post – 3/15/2020
- News & Notes – Coronavirus Lockdown, Week 2 (3/21/2020)
- Sunday Post – 3/22/2020 – this post
This Week on the Blog
- News & Notes – 3/28/2020 – tentative
- Sunday Post – 3/29/2020 – tentative
What I’m Reading/Watching
Reading: I read The Murder at Mandeville Hall a short (and so-so) historical mystery/romance by Stephanie Laurens. Now I’m reading her newest, which came out on Thursday: The Inevitable Fall of Christopher Cynster. (Honestly, her titles were better when she published with Avon. But both books are predictable, if not as good as her older books, and right now predictability is rather comforting.) I also started my ARC of Real Men Knit by Kwana Jackson, which is cute so far. (Click titles for Goodreads or my review.)
Listening: I’ve temporarily set aside Shades of Milk and Honey and decided to listen to the Harry Potter books. Again. But this time, I’ll be following along, more or less, in the illustrated books.
Watching: Not much of anything.
Added to the Hoard
Purchased (Kindle, print, or audio)
I bought The Inevitable Fall of Christopher Cynster for old times’ sake. Red, White, & Royal Blue was actually our offspring Robin’s purchase, but since we share a Kindle library and I’d very much like to read it, I am counting it as an acquisition. (Click titles to see on Goodreads.)