Sunday Post–August 18

The Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

A look back at my last week and forward to the next week:

 

Last Week

Around the House

I got quite a bit done this week: read two books, wrote three blog posts, some housecleaning, organizing in my craft room, laundry….

Blog

I’m trying out a new type of review on my blog. I’m calling it a bullet point review. As I stated on the review: When UI started my blog I wanted to write fairly short reviews…that’s why it’s called “Notes…lol. I read a blog post at the On Starships and Dragonwings blog about doing list reviews.

My review for The Proposal is my first bullet point review (list review). I plan to do a few more of these reviews before I decide whether to adopt them for all my reviews. Check it out and let me know what you think–even if you hate it!

Sunday Post–August 11

Top Ten Tuesday–Urban Fantasy Favorites

Review: The Proposal by Mary Balogh

Book read

One Salt Sea by Seanan McGuire

Royal Street by Suzanne Johnson

What I’m reading


E-books bought

sugar-daddySugar Daddy by Lisa Kleypas

Audio books downloaded (from Sync for free)

SoldMcCormick_G-214x300Sold by Patricia McCormick, read by Justine Eyre

let-me-stand-aloneLet Me Stand Alone by Rachel Corrie, read by Tavia Gilbert

Around the web

The Sync free downloads for this week–the last week for this summer:

Aug 15 – Aug 21, 2013
Sold by Patricia McCormick, read by Justine Eyre (Tantor Audio)
Let Me Stand Alone by Rachel Corrie, read by Tavia Gilbert (Blackstone Audio)

Next Week

Around the house

My oldest daughter came home this weekend. She’s starting graduate school at the end of this month in Illinois. She’s got an apartment now so she’s coming here to pick up the rest of her stuff including her two cats we’ve been taking care of! They’re great cats and I’ll miss them. I’ll also miss having her closer (she was in North Carolina and spent some time with us this summer).

I’m also starting another online class. This one is about using WordPress.org to set up your own hosted website/blog. The first class I took (with the same instructor) about using wordpress.com was great.

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