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!
Despite or maybe because of the lovely weather, I haven’t been very disciplined this past week, which means I’ve got a lot of indexing work to do this coming week — and practice CDs to prepare, too. On the other hand, I’ve gotten a little more caught up around the blog, so that’s good.
Last Week on the Blog
- Mon 3/28: Best of My Love (Susan Mallery) – review
- Wed. 3/30: Coloring for All Seasons: Spring – review
- Thurs. 3/31: Monthly Wrap-Up – March 2016
- Fri. 4/01: Because of Miss Bridgerton (Julia Quinn) – review
- Sat. 4/02: News & Notes 4/02/16
- Sun. 4/03: Sunday Post 4/03/16
Upcoming on the Blog
- Mon. 4/04: The Murder of Mary Russell – Review & Excerpt
- Tues. 4/05: What We Find (Robyn Carr) – review
- Tues. 4/05: Ten Bookish People You Should Follow – tentative
- Wed. 4/06: TOUR: The Corpse with the Garnet Face – review
- Thur. 4/07: Reunion Pass (Emily March) – review, tentative
- Sat. 4/09: News & Notes 4/09/16
- Sun. 4/10: Sunday Post 4/10/16
What I’m Reading/Watching
I finished Because of Miss Bridgerton (Julia Quinn; ARC) and Reunion Pass (Emily March; ARC) and read The Ladies’Man/Some Kind of Wonderful, a two-in-one volume (Susan Mallery, Sarah Morgan; Kindle.) I also re-read Anne McCaffrey’s Damia and Emily March’s Angel’s Rest. I’m almost done with The Murder of Mary Russell (Laurie R. King, ARC), and plan to finish it this afternoon after rehearsal. (It’s really good!) And I’m still listening to a Great Courses lecture series, Great World Religions: Judaism — I’ve got 1 lecture to go, out of 12.
We’ve been watching, or in some cases re-watching, the Poirot mysteries starring David Suchet, on Netflix; we just started season 4. Netflix dropped Doctor Who, but Amazon Prime has it now, so I’ve added it to my watch list and I’ll try to finish up Season 4 in April.
New Additions to the Hoard
Cover links take you to Goodreads.
For Review or Review Consideration
Purchased for Kindle
I keep hearing good things about Rae Carson’s Gold Seer trilogy, so I thought I’d give it a try. Ditto Jo Beverly.