Happy Weekend, everyone! Time for another Sunday/Monday post, which I will be linking up to the following:
It was another fairly quiet week. Thursday, I had my church small group. That was about it outside of work. As I said, a thrilling week.
The reason I decided to do that today is because it cooled off here this week. Oh, not nearly as much as in the parts of the country that got snow. Remember last weekend when I was talking about it being in the mid-90's? Yesterday, it didn't quite hit 70 and today is in the mid-70's. It was a nice day for getting out and enjoying the park, but I'm looking forward to it warming up again in the near future.
This Past Week on the Blog:
Wednesday - Can't Wait Wednesday featuring The Navigator's Daughter
This Coming Week on the Blog:
Sunday - Sunday/Monday Post (that's right, just this post today)
Monday - Book Review: Buried in a Good Book by Tamara Berry
Tuesday - Ornament Review: Stocking Stuffers #1 Repaint
Wednesday - Book Review: Smile Beach Murder by Alicia Bessette
Thursday - Movie Review: Uncharted
Friday - Book Review: A Sprinkle in Time by Dana Mentink
Saturday - Weekly TV Thoughts
From Kensington, I got Muddled Through by Barbara Ross and Murder Through the English Post by Jessica Ellicott. They send me physical ARCs still, so these are paperbacks even though one of the books will be hardcover when it comes out.
I also got three eARCs through Net Galley. From St. Martin's/Minotaur, I got The Drowning Sea by Sarah Stewart Taylor and Mint Chocolate Murder by Meri Allen. Then, from Severn House, I got The Fragrance of Death by Leslie Karst.
These books comes out over the course of the summer, and I'll read and review them near their release. I've enjoyed previous books by all these authors, so I know I've got some great reading ahead of me.
It just dawned on me, I should be including Her Perfect Life in this section since I got it from the library this past week. I'll talk more about it in what I'm Currently Reading.
What I'm Currently Reading:Clouds in My Coffee by Julie Mulhern. It's a humorous mystery set in the 1970's. I'm currently hoping to finish it up Sunday around the rest of my Sunday plans.
Either way, by Monday, I will be working on Murder on Union Square by Victoria Thompson. This is the next in the Gaslight series, at least for me. I'm still a few books behind, but I'm catching up fast, and I can't wait to see what Sarah and Frank get up to in 1899 New York City.
I'm also working on an audiobook. I checked Her Perfect Life by Hank Phillippi Ryan out of the library via Overdrive. I've been enjoying it.
All of these books I'm planning to review the week after Memorial Day. Yes, I read ahead. I like it that way so if I fall behind, I don't miss any release dates for ARCs and I have a little time to catch up on my reading schedule.
Have a wonderful week!