Sunday Post–September 29

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

I like this meme because it gives me an opportunity to take a look at my last week and forward to the next week in both my personal life and my blog and book life! I also like to see what other people are doing and what books everyone is reading. This is a great meme to participate in every week and I thank Kim for hosting it!

Last Week

Around the House

Hard to believe I was in Iowa and Chicago last week. Also hard to believe it’s already the end of September. I love autumn, but it always flies by so quickly. My kids’ birthdays are in September, October and November. I like to do something special for each of them and then we have Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas…before I know it a new year has begun! I always have so many plans and never enough time! Kind of sounds like my reading life!

Blog…Lots of posts this week! Karen contributed two posts this week–both about A Tale of Two Cities!

Sunday Post–September 22

Top Ten Tuesday–Best Sequels

How Does a Person Fall in Love with A Tale of Two Cities?

“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, or Death!”

Review: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Review: The Golden Compass by Phillip Pullman

What I’m reading

Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (audio book)

The Arrangement by Mary Balogh

What I read this week

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Libriomancer by Jim C. Hines

E-books bought

 

The Subtle Knife by Phillip Pullman

Fool Moon by Jim Butcher (from the library)

Ashes of Honor by Seanan McGuire

Chimes at Midnight by Seanan McGuire

A Study in Silks by Emma Jane Holloway

Around the web

I had my last two classes in my WordPress class. I learned a lot and am looking forward to working on some setting up my blog in WordPress.org.

Next Week

Around the house

My husband works for the federal government so we are waiting to see what’s going to happen next week. It’s frustrating not to know. But I really feel sorry for the young people–especially the young military troops–who don’t make much money and can’t afford not to be paid.

Posts on the blog

  • October Books on My Radar
  • Top Ten Tuesday
  • Fraterfest
  • Review
  • Sunday Post

What was your week like? Are you enjoying fall? Did you read (or find) some great books this week? What do you think about banned books?