Sunday Post: Feb 15


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

My husband came home on Friday to 20 degree temps here after a week in San Antonio where the temperatures were in the 70’s! My husband brought me roses when he came home Friday! So nice. We don’t do a lot for Valentine’s Day, but I made a card for him and after listening to Richard Armitage reading love poetry quoted from Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s poem–“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…” He was surprised since we don’t read a lot of poetry…LOL

We’re having lunch today with our son and his girlfriend who is finishing up medical school and getting ready for her residency. It will be great to see them both.

Blog posts


What I’m reading

Starpilot’s Grave by Debra Doyle & James D. Macdonald 

Half a King by Joe Abercrombie (Audiobook)

What I read this week

A Test of Wills by Charles Todd (Audiobook)

 Turn Coat by Jim Butcher

Classic Love Poems by Shakespeare, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Edgar Allen Poe, et al (and narrated by Richard Armitage!) (Audible book)

classic-love-poemsNew–Books, E-books, Audiobooks–purchased or free or from library




Classic Love Poems by W. Shakespeare, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Edgar Allen Poe, et al. (and narrated by Richard Armitage!) (free on Valentine’s Day)

Next Week

Home & blog

Very cold, very windy all next week. Maybe a little snow.

Monday is President’s Day in the U.S. and a holiday for my husband. Since he was gone all last week we plan to relax and enjoy our fireplace!

Blog Posts

  • Review: Turn Coat by Jim Butcher
  • Top Ten Tuesday
  • TBR Review: Starpilot’s Grave by Debra Doyle & John D. Macdonald
  • Review: Water Like a Stone by Deborah Crombie
  • Sunday Post

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