This is a great meme to take part in every week and I thank Kimba for hosting it!
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.
Last Week–home and blog
New year 2016!
For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.
― T.S. Eliot,
My husband and I went out to dinner on New Year’s Eve, but we were home early and in bed before midnight!
We caught up on TV shows we hadn’t watched in the last couple of weeks. We also watched all the episodes of The Expanse that are available now and watched the science fiction mini series Childhood’s End which aired in mid December on the Syfy channel. It was adapted from the book by Arthur C. Clarke.
I’m working on end-of-year posts as well as posts for the new year. I even made an infographic to illustrate my reading summary for 2015. I still have a number of reviews to post for books I read in 2015.
- Sunday Post: Dec 27
- 2016 most anticipated new-to-me authors and their books
- Waiting on Wednesday–Dec 30
- 2016 here we come . . .
- 2015 reading summary
What I’m reading
Fire Touched by Patricia Briggs
What I read last week
Death in a Red Canvas Chair by N. A. Granger
Radiance by Grace Draven
New–Books, E-books, NetGalley, Audiobooks–purchased or free or from library
Fire Touched by Paricia Briggs
Dreaming Death by J. Kathleen Cheney
Second Street Station by Lawrence H. Levy
Born in a Burial Gown by Mike Craven
Envy of Angels by Matt Wallace
The Crown Tower by Michael J. Sullivan
Next Week–home & blog
We’re going to New York City to visit our son and see a few theater shows at the end of the week. We’re looking forward to that. But I have quite a bit to do to get ready. We’re taking the train round trip so that will be fun.
- January books on my list
- Top Ten Tuesday
- Waiting on Wednesday
- 2015 reading challenges–how’d I do?
- 2016 reading challenges
- Sunday Post
What did you do last week? What books did you collect? What are you planning?