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!
Whew! Last weekend’s concert of the Rutter Requiem went pretty well. I finally finished the really tough index and turned it in… and so far, they haven’t asked me to make any changes to it, so hopefully all was well. I’m working on another one now: tight turnaround, so I’m putting in a lot of hours still, but the topic is both easier and more fun. I’ve also managed to fit in a little knitting, but no spinning.
At some point this summer, I hope things calm down enough so I can actually catch up on some of the reviews I need to write, and maybe even be able to schedule some posts ahead of time for a change! However, with a week-long family event coming up soon, I may not be able to catch up until sometime in July.
Speaking of July, I’ve decided to do the Tour de Fleece spinning event. It’s just for fun; participants challenge themselves to spin every day during the Tour de France. I’m not particularly into the Tour de France, but a spinning challenge sounds like fun. Oh, and when I say “spinning,” I don’t mean stationary bicycles — I mean wool!
Last Week on the Blog
- Sunday Post – 6/02/2019
- Sunday Post –6/09/2019 – this post
Upcoming on the Blog
- Aunt Dimity and the King’s Ransom (Nancy Atherton) – review
- News & Notes – 6/15/2019 – tentative
- Sunday Post –6/16/2019
What I’m Reading/Watching (3-week catch-up)
Reading: I continued my binge re-reading of historical romance for most of the week, but last night, I felt surfeited and decided to switch back to mystery for a little while, so I picked up another old Dick Francis novel, Rat Race.
Listening: I’m still making my way through Code Girls.
Watching: We finally finished Eureka Season 3.
New Additions to the Hoard
Cover links take you to Goodreads.
For Review or Review Consideration
Many thanks to St. Martin’s Press!
Purchased in Print
Purchased for Kindle
All on sale or low price except The Rosemary Tree, which I’ve been wanting to reread for several months. I bought a beautiful first edition hardcover last week, but I decided to get the Kindle also so I can keep reading at night, if I can’t sleep. Elizabeth Goudge has been one of my favorite authors since I was in my teens.