Sunday Post – 3/01/15

March 1, 2015 Sunday Post 18

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!

My Week

Monday I went to book group at the my county library, where a friend was talking about her book. (I’ll be reviewing for you all soon!) I’m considering joining the book club, but won’t have time to read the next book, as the next meeting is in 3 weeks and I am swamped.

Life, as it sometimes does, has gone from slow to hectic. Indexing work is picking up; my choruses are getting started next Sunday; and an large and unexpected (but interesting!) personal project has come my way as well. I may have to cut back a bit on blogging for a while – especially non-review posts like Top Ten Tuesday. We’ll see how it goes.


Last Week on the Blog

 Don’t forget to stop by and enter the giveaway for Ladle to the Grave!


Next Week on the Blog

The Counterfeit Heiress (Tasha Alexander)
The Edge of Dreams (Rhys Bowen)
  • Mon. 3/02/15: TOUR: Rhys Bowen & Tasha Alexander’s Historical Mysteries
  • Tues. 3/03/15: Top Ten All-Time Favorite Books from the Last Three Years  (Top Ten Tuesday) – tentative
  • Wed. 3/04/15: TBD
  • Thur. 3/05/15: Why I prefer “good” endings
  • Fri. 3/06/15: TBD
  • Sat. 3/07/15: News & Notes 3/07/15
The Take Control of Your TBR Pile Challenge starts today! And COYER Winter 2014-15 is drawing to a close this week. I hope I can find time to get my COYER reviews posted, at least on Goodreads.

New Additions to the Hoard

For Review

Many thanks to Harlequin, Rhys Bowen, and Oxford University Press!


Bought for Kindle

Have a wonderful week!

18 Responses to “Sunday Post – 3/01/15”

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Indeed! Sorry for not replying at the time. Apparently I missed a bunch of comments around this time, and I’ve just discovered them. *blushes in embarrassment*

  1. Jan

    You sound swamped, Lark. I hope it slows down a little for you. You’ve got great-sounding posts for next week. Dreamwalker looks really interesting. Enjoy your choruses!
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    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Too busy, apparently, or I would have discovered these unanswered comments before now. (Comments Not Replied To plugin broke and I’ve only just got it working again – I finally had to uninstall and reinstall.)

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      A very belated thank you for stopping by, Jess. I’ve only just discovered that I missed replying to a bunch of comments back in March… I”m so sorry.

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Well, I fell in love with Tasha Alexander’s series! Sorry to be so very behind in answering this – apparently I missed several days worth of comments back in March. *blushes with shame*

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      I have no idea if it will be good or not, but I really like Rhys Bowen’s mysteries, so I thought I’d give it a try!

  2. Danya @ Fine Print

    Book clubs can be fun, but sometimes getting scheduling stuff together can be really difficult! I’ve found that it’s easier to participate (and *stay* participating) in online book clubs, like the ones on GR and reddit. I’m intrigued by the title of your post on “good” endings! If you mean what I think you mean, then I agree. Guess I’ll have to check back and see. 😉
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  3. Greg

    I’ll be curious to see your thoughts on Tasha Alexander- I’ve enjoyed most of what I’ve read although some more than other. I don’t see a lot of reviews of her work, so I’ll be interested in your thoughts!
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    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      It’s just a family thing, something that needs my attention for a bit! I enjoy Susan Mallery’s books – they’re great for when I just need a break!