The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
What happened this week?
This week started of pretty good and then turned more tiring as it progressed. This was one of those weeks with lots of little things that needed to be done, which costs a lot of time, but doesn’t feel as productive. The weather turned warmer again later in the week and combined with a few nights of not so good sleep that made me quite tired toward the end of the week.
My boyfriend’s parents came by for a little while to drop some things off and we had a visit outside of our house so we could mostly keep the proper distance.
I’ve got some hours of assistant work done as usual. And some Lola’s Blog Tours work. It’s been a bit quiet at Lola’s Blog Tours, so I try and get some more assistant work done, so hopefully I can focus more on Lola’s Blog Tours if work picks up. I am always a bit worried when I have a slower few weeks at Lola’s Blog Tours, I know the ups and downs are normal, but I still can’t help but worry a bit. Luckily I got a last minute book blitz request in later this week, so I could do some work on that one. The sign-up post for that book blitz is now live.
I also tried out a new recipe for breaded pork chops with parsley for my boyfriend that turned out quite well. It was a bit of a strange recipe and not something I usually make, so I am glad it turned out well.
I am running a discount on my bookstagram blitzes until the end of the month. I’ve changed a few things in how I organize them and to celebrate their return I thought discount would be a good idea. I look forward to organizing these again.
What did I read this week?
Master of Ghouls was another good read in this series. This book has it’s own mystery and the characters and romance develops a bit. Vangie Vale and the Murdered Macaron was an awesome cozy mystery read. The mysterious was so well done with plenty of twists and reveals. There was a constant sense of progression, but the full picture wasn’t revealed until the end. The characters with multi faceted and realistic and I really liked reading this one. Trial of the Red Rune was a short fantasy novella. I enjoyed this one, but it was a bit too short to really get a sense of the characters and world. The Carnelian Fox was a re-read, but this time I listened to the audio version, which was great. I liked the narrator for this book and how she did the different voices.
This week I blogged about:
What to expect next week on the blog:
– Review: Demons in the Bedroom by Lidiya Foxglove
– Review: Bonds of Brass by Emily Skrutski
– Review: Stolen Flyght by S.J. Pajonas
Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours:
– Review Opportunity: Never Date a Siren by Byrd Nash
– Review Opportunity: Indigo by Paula Berinstein
– Review Opportunity: In The Heart of Babylon by SGD Singh
– Review Opportunity: The Jade Rebellion by Alanna MacKenzie
– Review Opportunity: The Time Capsule by Connie Lacy
– Book Blitz: Wedding at White Sands by Catherine Mann – 22 till 28 June – New!
– Book Blitz: The Name of Red by Beena Khan – 1 till 7 July
I got a huge book haul this week. Colony Under Siege and the Ilona Andrews books I bought. The rest are all review copies. Candy Slain Murder, Better Than People and Chili Cauldrons Curse through netgalley. The melody Sweet books and Trial of the Red Rune I got from the authors.