Sunday Post: Dec 7

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

I like this meme because it gives me an opportunity to take a look back at last week and forward to 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 take part in every week and I thank Kimba for hosting it!

 

Last Week

Home & blog

I haven’t felt very well all week. My cold is now down in my chest and I’m coughing a lot. So I haven’t gotten very much done–lots of sleeping instead. I’m hoping next week is better.

My husband did put up Christmas lights and some decorations before he went out-of-town this last week so I’m enjoying looking at those and listening to Christmas Carols. I love this time of year.

Blog posts

Books

What I’m reading

The Perilous Sea by Sherry Thomas

What I read the this week

The Falconer by Elizabeth May

Now May You Weep by Deborah Crombie

Books, E-books, Audiobooks–NetGalley, library, purchased or free

 

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Library

Shifting Shadows by Patricia Briggs

Kindle e-books (bought or free)

In a Dark House by Deborah Crombie

Water Like a Stone by Deborah Crombie

The Quaker Cafe by Brenda Bevan Remmes

Jinn and Juice by Nicole Peeler

Clean by Alex Hughes

Geared for the Grave by Duffy Brown

Audiobooks (I fell victim to an Audible sale!)

The Pride of Chanur by C. J. Cheryn

Frost Moon by Anthony Francis

A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny

Caliban’s War by James S. A. Corey

Farnham’s Freehold by Robert A. Heinlein

Magic Casement by Dave Duncan

Next Week

Home & blog

My husband comes home next Friday. I’m ready to see him! I still have Christmas cards to make and then send. Plus a few more gifts to buy (though I’m nearly done). So lots to do since Christmas is coming soon . . .

Blog Posts

  • TTT: Favorite new-to-me authors
  • Waiting on Wednesday
  • Review: Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews
  • Review:On What Grounds by Cleo Coyle
  • Sunday Post

What books did you collect last week? What are you planning next week?