The Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is where I take a look at my last week and look ahead to what I might be doing next week.
Around the House
I read more this week since my husband was gone…lol.
Working on the blog
I did read a bit more this week though I had my frustrations. I decided to put a comment system on my blog. I like to tinker with the blog and, so far I’d had good luck with getting things to work, but this time my old comments didn’t import for four days…and then still didn’t import because I’d made a mistake on my blog. By this time, I had rethought whether I really needed this new comment overlay. I decided I didn’t and finally figured out how to delete it!
Posts on my blog
Sunday Post–April 28
Blog Update…How I’m Learning an Old Saying Is Still True
Review: Under Wraps by Hannah Jayne
May 2013 Books on My Radar
Out With the New, In With the Old
Bloodfever by Karen Marie Moning
Terms of Enlistment by Marko Kloos
What I’m reading
A Counterfeit Betrothal by Mary Balogh
Around the web
Lark from The Bookwyrm’s Hoard blog writes a weekly post each Saturday called News & Notes. The posts are about books and publishing Always very interesting. For example, this week she links to and talks about what Tor UK has found from removing DRM from their books, The Enchanted Blogspot which offers a post about getting past writer’s block, a list of “101 Best Chapter Books to Read (or Hear) Before You Grow Up.” Lots of interesting info each week.
If you’re a fan of science fiction and fantasy and you haven’t checked out the Fantasy Cafe blog during the month of April you’ve missed some great posts. Kristen has hosted the Women in SF&F Month during April where she’s had authors and fellow bloggers talking about all the amazing women writing fantasy and science fiction. I’ve found so many books and authors to add to my list of “want to reads.” It’s awesome!
Around the house
Reading, gardening, card making.
Review: Terms of Enlistment by Marko Kloos
Review: Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning
Review: Sleight of Hand by Mark Hening
And, of course, the Sunday Post!