Sunday Post #442

Posted June 6, 2021 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 week it as warm here. The past few months we’ve had relatively cooler weather and then suddenly this week it felt like we were in the middle of summer. It was jarring and hard to adjust to as it was quite the temperature spike. It was a bit too warm for my taste. Saturday was a bit cooler, so that was nice and we could cool down the house a bit.

Besides that it was a pretty normal week. I got a good amount of work done. On Monday I wrapped up all the assistant work for May and then on Tuesday I started with this month’s assistant work. On Lola’s Blog Tours I put live a new cover reveal. I haven’t organized one of those in a while, so I am quite excited for this one. A tour I organized started late this week and I did the usual email replying and sign ups checking work as well.

I video chatted with my sister this week, which was fun. She got a new job and is moving to a new house in a few months, so she told me all about that. It was nice to catch up with her.

What did I read this week?

Hellbound Guilds & Other MisdirectionsCatching a Wizard

I finished Hellbound Guilds & Other Misdirections and Catching a Wizard which both a 4 star rating, as well as two non-fiction books as well.

This week I blogged about:

Review: Of Kindness and Kilowatts by Susan Kaye Quinn
Fronds and Enemies by H.Y. Hanna
Review: Hellbound Guilds & Other Misdirections by Annette Marie and Rob Jacobsen

Review: Of Kindness and Kilowatts by Susan Kaye QuinnFronds and Enemies by H.Y. HannaReview: Hellbound Guilds & Other Misdirections by Annette Marie and Rob Jacobsen

What to expect next week on the blog:

– Review: Ruby Red Herring by Tracy Gardner
– Lola’s Kitchen: Mediterranean Bean Salad Recipe

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

Review Opportunity: Replaced Parts by Stephanie Hansen
Review Opportunity: Iridescent by S.H. Everly
Review Opportunity: Snuggle with the Strange by Liane Carter
Review Opportunity: While at the Altar by Pamela D. Smith
Bookstagram Blitz: Trash to Treasure by Kelsey Rumburg – 14 till 20 June
Blog Tour: Bea’s Witch by Daniel Ingram-Brown – 21 June till 11 July
Blog Tour: Home Sweet Home Page by Carma Spence – 21 June till 11 July
Blog Tour: Life and Other Complications by Heather Mullaly – 5 till 18 July
Blog Tour: The Jade Talisman by Alanna Mackenzie – 12 till 18 July
Cover Reveal: Bly by Kelsey Ketch – 22 July – New!
Blog Tour: The Legend of Hobart by Heather Mullaly – 26 July till 8 August
Blog Tour: Change by Lyla Oweds – 26 July till 8 August

How was your week?

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12 responses to “Sunday Post #442

    • I think we could use some rain here too by now after some weeks without any. It’s often very humid here, but the last few weeks had lower humidity than usual luckily. I really enjoyed the new Annette Marie, I hope you do too!

    • The jump in temperatures was really weird this year. It will take me a few more weeks to adjust probably. It was fun to catch up with my sister :).

  1. It’s getting quite hot here, as well, after a cooler-than-usual spring (especially May.) I prefer the cooler temperatures, but the forecast is for a hotter and probably dryer summer this year… though “dryer” is a relative term for Virginia, where it’s usually extremely humid all summer.

    Annette Marie’s books look like so much fun. I really need to start reading them.
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    • It was the same here, we had a cooler than usual spring and now suddenly a big jump in temperature. I also prefer the cooler temperatures. I like sunny days, but it doesn’t have to be so warm for me.

      I really like Annette Marie’s books, they’re really good.

    • It’s so weird how the weather went from cooler than usual to warmer than usual in the span of a day. I don’t mind when it’s a bit warmer, but I don’t like the really warm days. It was great to chat with my sister and hear all her good news.

    • That’s way too hot. I am glad it usually doesn’t get that warm here, but it’s still too hot for my taste. I hope it gets a bit cooler where you live.

    • I am glad to hear you’re enjoying the heat. I don’t like it when it’s cold and I don’t like it when it’s warm. I do best when it’s somewhere in between. I do like the sunny days, but I can’t stand when it’s so warm. I hope the temperatures go down a bit here soon, but next week is supposed to get even warmer.

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