Sunday Post #531

Posted February 19, 2023 by Lola in Sunday Post / 8 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 okay week, but also had some struggles. We had some nice days weather wise this week with a bit more sun and I’ve been seeing some flowers and buds on trees outside, it really feels like spring is on it’s way. Although right after those nice days we had some windy and rainy days again.

I had a migraine later in the week, but like the previous few times the medicines were very effective in managing the pain. I still dealt with the brain fog and tiredness, but was able to still get things done.

It was a good week work wide. I put a new non-fiction bookstagram blitz live and did a bunch of work for the authors I do assistant work for. I did an extra task for one of my authors and finished up most of the work for another one and made progress for the rest.

Ever since I heard last week I am losing some work as one of the authors I do assistant work for no longer needed my help I’ve been doing my best to get as much work done this month, so I can focus on some attempts to get more work next month. Then my migraine hit and I overdid it a bit when tried going on like usual and that was a bit too much as I felt tired the next day and didn’t get as much done.

What did I read this week?

Cranberry Bog Crumble by Selina J EckertMy Queendom for a Horse by Bridget E. BakerThe Fox and the Viscount by Laura Greenwood

Cranberry Bog Crumble by Selina J Eckert
What I liked about it: the cosy vibes, the baking and the way the main character handled things

The Self-Esteem (CBT) Workbook by Marcee A Martin
What I liked about it: the easy to follow and to the point writing and the good tips and information about how to improve your self esteem

My Queendom for a Horse by Bridget E. Baker
What I liked about it: the fun and unique premise with a horse shifter and the writing style

The Fox and the Viscount by Laura Greenwood
What I liked about it: shifters in historical romance, the romance, how the characters used to be childhood friends and the wager and jokes about food.

This week I blogged about:

Review: The Sorcerer’s Equal by Lidiya Foxglove
Review: Star Cruise Star Song by Veronica Scott

Review: The Sorcerer’s Equal by Lidiya FoxgloveReview: Star Cruise Star Song by Veronica Scott

What to expect next week on the blog:

– Review: The Kistune Giggle by Arizona Tape
– Review: The Pastry Warlock by Laura Greenwood
– Review: Monica Adams Skips Christmas by Krista Harper

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

Review Opportunity: Scattered Legacy by Marlene M Bell
Review Opportunity: Silver Hollow book by Jennifer Silverwood
Review Opportunity: Close Your Eyes by Chris Tomasini
Book Blitz: The Lost Journals of Bud Wiper by S.M. Morgan – 20 February till 5 March
Blog Tour: Shadows of Nightshade by Lyla Oweds – 13 till 26 March
Blog Tour: Kidnapped Killer by Nina R. Schluntz – 20 March till 2 April
Book Blitz: Burning Secret by R J Lloyd – 25 till 31 March
Bookstagram Blitz: The Donkey Principle by Rachel Anne Ridge – 4 till 10 April – New!

How was your week?


8 responses to “Sunday Post #531

  1. Our weather must have been similar, but in the reverse. We had the windy sleet days earlier in the week and milder sunny ones lately. I wasn’t able to get out for walks in that tempting mild weather since I’ve been sick, but maybe this next week. Too bad about the migraine hitting right when you wanted to work ahead. Still, you got some extra done. I like finding historical paranormal romances. Fun that was a fox shifter.

    Have a good week, Lola!

    • What a coincidence your weather was the same, but in reverse. Hopefully you can go out for some walks this week and that the weather stays mild.

      I like the historical paranormal romance genre even though I usually don’t read a lot of historical books. It was fun to read about the fox shifters.

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