Sunday Post #477

Posted February 6, 2022 by Lola in Sunday Post / 12 Comments

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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 was a pretty decent week, although parts of it didn’t go smoothly. My energy levels have stayed on the same level as last week, which is encouraging as I think I am slowly doing better. Although I did overdo it a bit later in the week, which was a good reminder I still have to take it easy.

It was a solid week for work. Some tours I organized ended, one is still running and another one took place this week. I also put a new book blitz live on my site. I did the usual amount of assistant work. And one of my authors asked if I was interested in proof listening to her audiobooks later this year, I agreed and I am excited to give that a try. I also did some preparations for my formatting service that I hope to put live later this month.

I read/ listened to a total of 17 books this month, which is a lot for me. I had some shorter reads, as well as two DNF’s and 3 of those 17 books were audiobooks.

I bought a few too many apples, so I ended up making some apple crumble this week. It was delicious!

Apple Crumble close up

What did I read this week?

A Matter of TrustMurder at the Lobstah ShackConquest of the Ten

I had a good reading week. A Matter of Trust was an enjoyable fast paced scifi romance book. Murder at the Lobstah Shack didn’t quite work for me as the mystery didn’t hook me. I did enjoy reading about the main character and her interactions with friends and family. I had a great time reading Conquest of The Ten. I’ve been waiting on this book for a long time and it was a great read. It’s a pretty long book too, so it was nice spending so much time with the same book. I enjoyed reading about the characters and seeing what they deal with in this book.

This week I blogged about:

Review: Fight or Fly by Ember Blaze
Review: Crimson Mage by Dorothy Dreyer

Review: Fight or Fly by Ember BlazeReview: Crimson Mage by Dorothy Dreyer

What to expect next week on the blog:

– Review: Conquest of The Ten by KayMacleod
– Review: Jousting and Justice by Elizabeth Pantley

Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours:

Review Opportunity: All Men Love Leah by Ksenija Nikolova
Review Opportunity: The Pig Wars by M.K. Theodoratus
Review Opportunity: Influenced Love by Shellee Marie
Review Opportunity: What They Don’t Know by Susan Furlong
Bookstagram Blitz: Beyond Her Calling by Kellyn Roth – 21 till 27 February
Blog Tour: You Won’t Know Her Name by Shanti Hershenson – 21 February till 6 March
Blog Tour: Star Revelations by Steven Paul Terry – 28 February till 13 March
Book Blitz: Harrowing Roses by Barbara Cooper – 7 till 13 March – New!

How was your week?


12 responses to “Sunday Post #477

    • I am excited to about gettign to proof this author’s audiobooks, I hope I’ll enjoy it. I also like fruit desserts, apple crumble is one of my favorites. I also like peach crumble.

  1. I love your blog redesign! I especially love your llama! I’m a huge fan of llamas. They’re my favorite animal besides cats.

    I’m sorry you haven’t been feeling well, but I’m glad you’re starting to feel better. I hope you continue to feel better and remember to, like you said, take it easy.
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    • Thanks! I really like this design with the llama, they’re one of my favorite animals too.

      I hope I continue to improve, taking it easy seems to be quite important.

    • I was pleasantly surprised to see how many books I read last month. And I look forward to proof listening to this author’s audiobooks.

    • I had way too many apples, so this was a great way to use them. It was so good! I never thought of freezing apples, that’s a good idea!

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