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 bit of a weird week. I think I caught another stomach flu or something, but it was only a mild case. I felt feverish for two days and had stomach pain for four days or so, but it was relatively mild. And then I was doing better again. It was weird. Late this week I also had a bit of a headache,
Last week we got out new shower installed, but we noticed the kit they did wasn’t applied well and had holes in it already. There was even some water that seemed to leak through it, so that was not good. So we called the company that installed it and they sent someone over on Friday to fix it. It looks so much better now, so I am glad that got fixed so fast.
Work wise it was a solid week too. I put two new sign up posts live. One is a blog tour for a dark fantasy book and the other is a book blitz for a contemporary romance book. I am working on a review opportunity as well that I hope to have live next week. I also sent out two media kit for tours starting next week and did the usual assistant work.
Besides that I got a bunch of reviews scheduled for the blog. I managed to keep up with writing reviews, but hadn’t scheduled them in a while, so I sat down for a bit and scheduled them all.
What did I read this week?
I really enjoyed Snowed in with the Mountain Men, it was an awesome read and my favorite in the series so far. I really liked gettign to know the female main character and see her perspective. The romance was awesome and I liked how honest they were to each other. Seeing them spend time together and open up to one another was awesome.
This week I blogged about:
– Review: Peril at Pennington Manor by Tracy Gradner
– Review: Tide of Tricks by Ariana Nash
What to expect next week on the blog:
– Review: Rites and Knights by Laura Greenwood and Arizona Tape
– Review: Snowed In With The Mountain Men
Tours open for sign-up on Lola’s Blog Tours:
– Review Opportunity: The Pig Wars by M.K. Theodoratus
– Review Opportunity: What They Don’t Know by Susan Furlong
– Review Opportunity: Gambling with Murder by Lida Sideris
– Cover Reveal: The Bedding Vow by Jackie Barbosa – 15 July
– Blog Tour: Rationality Zero by J.M. Guillen – 13 till 26 June
– Blog Tour: Boondocks by Jaydeeb Shah – 13 till 26 June
– Blog Tour: Looking for Caylie by Misty Wolf – 11 till 24 July
– Book Blitz: Yearning to Live by Shirley Anne Edwards – 24 till 30 July – New!
– Blog Tour: Dark Goddess by Kelsey Ketch – 7 till 13 August – New!
I’m glad that stomach bug wasn’t worse than it was and you’re feeling better and yay that the holes and leaks were fixed so quickly in your shower. Nice going getting work done and some blog work and reviews accomplished.
Have a good week, Lola!
Sophia Rose recently posted…Two Week Deal by Syrie James
I am glad the stomach bug didn’t last as long and that the kit issues got fixed in our shower.
Sad to hear about the sickness but glad that it wasn’t too bad and didn’t last long.
I’m glad they were able to come out and fix the shower problems in a timely manner.
Mary Kirkland recently posted…Apartment Life #308
I am glad it was only a mild case and I felt better soon. It was nice they fixed the shower problems so fast.
Sometimes I get similar belly aches and I always think it’s just some random virus going around. It can really mess with your week. Glad to hear they came back to fix the shower!
S. J. Pajonas recently posted…Sunday Update – June 12, 2022
I think it was indeed a virus going around that I caught. Luckily it didn’t last too long, but it sure put a damper on my week. I am glad they actually came back to fix the shower.
Hope you are feeling better! This might explain why the heat made you feel so poorly recently – you must be still a little under the weather. hope you get well soon xx
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I always feel poorly when it’s really warm, so I think it was just the heat.