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 decent week. I went out for lunch with my mom and sister this week, the weather was nice and we were able to have lunch outside. We had to postpone our lunch last week when my sister got covid, but luckily she was fully recovered now. My boyfriend is still struggling a bit with his neck/ shoulder issues, but it’s slowly improving. I did a lot of work this week. And I also worked on my taxes, but luckily I am almost done with that.
This week was pretty full with work and I had some difficulties getting everything done and prioritizing things. I made a lot of progress with things and I am feeling good about all the work I got done. I worked on some end of month tasks for some of my authors, received a new audio for prooflistening and made a small start on that, I made good progress with a batch of social media posts I am writing for an author and did the usual assistant work as well. I put a new tour sign up post live for a psychological horror book. I am almost done with a cover reveal sign up post that will go live early next week. And then there’s another tour I received the materials for that I start work on next. I sent out a media kit for a tour starting next week and did some of the other usual work like replying to emails and working on tours.
I haven’t had much time lately to visit other blogs and I am feeling bad about it. I hope I have a bit more time for that soon. I try to visit at least a few blogs every week, but I haven’t been able to do much more. Just keeping up with the reviews and my own blog is already tough some weeks, but I do enjoy it and want to keep blogging. It’s just hard to make time for it some weeks.
What did I read this week?
I’ve been in the mood for cozy mysteries this past week or so and finished two great ones this week and one of my current read sis a cozie and the other paranormal mystery. Death a Sketch was a another great read in this series. I liked the focus on the workshop the main character was organizing and the activities, all the while trying to solve a mystery as well. The ending felt a bit rushed, but everything else was good.
No Grater Crime is the 9th book in one of my favorite cozie series and this book was another great one. I liked the unique set up with the murder taking pale indirectly, namely someone died after eating in Robbie’s restaurant as someone supplied her with bad mushrooms. Interesting mystery and I enjoy reading about Robbie’s daily life.
Behind These Blue Eyes was a shorter read set between books 1 and 2. It did some character developing and progress and tackles the fall out of what happened in book 1. It was a good read, but I am excited for them to go back through the portal to the other world now.
This week I blogged about:
What to expect next week on the blog:
– Review: Only a Country Doctor Can Save This City Rose by Sophia Quinn
– Review: Wrongfully Accused by H.Y. Hanna
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: What They Don’t Know by Susan Furlong
– Blog Tour: The Clandestine Queen by Brandon J Greer – 29 March till 18 April
– Bookstagram Blitz: The Secret Field by Susan Dennis – 1 till 7 April
– Blog Tour: The Glass Stone by Sara Michaels – 5 till 25 April
– Blog Tour: Dissatisfied by Ksenija Nikolova – 25 April till 8 May
– Book Blitz: Cerebral Palsy: A Story by Ilana Estelle – 1 till 5 May
– Blog Tour: Shadowdays by Polly Schattel – 2 till 15 May – New!
– Blog Tour: Under Fortunate Stars by Ren Hutchings – 1- till 23 May