Sunday, April 28, 2013

Sunday Post--April 28

The Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is where I take a look at my last week and look ahead to what I might be doing next week.

Last Week

Around the House
More gardening, beautiful weather, reading and cards made and mailed. One thing I'm noticing is that I'm buying a lot more books than I'm getting read. One good thing is that these are all e-books so I'm not adding to my groaning physical bookshelves!

On my blog
One of the posts didn't get completed so I posted another review instead.

Updated the blog
I decided to add grades to my reviews since I do add them to my reading list which I have kept for nearly 10 years now. Since I do grade the book after I read it I decided I might as well add them to the blog. I've gone back and added them to my past reviews since I don't have that many. As I've done a few more reviews I've come up with a format so I also went back and included that format in the past reviews.

Sunday Post--April 21

Review: The Scrapyard Incident by Phillip Nolte

Review: The Duchess War by Courtney Milan

Book read
Kissed by Darkness by Shea MacLeod

Bloodfever by Karen Marie Moning

E-books bought

Stranded by Anne Bishop, Anthony Francis, James Alan Gardner (short stories)

A Rose at Midnight by Anne Stuart

Overdraft: The Orion Offensive (Kindle serial) by John Jackson Miller

Terms of Enlistment by Marko Kloos

 Through the Door (The Thin Veil) by Jodi McIsaac

Starfire by Mike Lee

Dreadful Skin by Cherie Priest

Plans for Next Week

Around the house
More of the same. My husband is out of town so I'm hoping to do more reading!

On my blog
May 2013 Books

Review: Under Wraps by Hannah James

Undetermined Post!


  1. Replies
    1. Thanks! It's always fun to get new books. Now I have to find the time to read some of them.

  2. Nice haul...hope you enjoy them! Happy reading!

    Here's my haul:

    1. There are several books from this last week I;m excited to try. These are all new authors to me so it's always great when I find a new author I enjoy. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. It is so easy to hide out addiction on our e-readers...bwahaha! A Rose at Midnight looks good, enjoy your new books, the garden and the warmer weather! The Sunday Post

    1. Exactly!I love my e-reader. I can have so many books on it and no one has to know the

      A Rose at Midnight is a reprint of one Anne Stuart's older books. It has gotten good ratings through the years and I've wanted a copy for a long time so I'm excited it's finally back in print as an e-book.

  4. I hope you like TERMS OF ENLISTMENT! I've been eyeing Stranded (mainly because of the Bishop), but haven't yet convinced myself I need it.

    1. I think Terms of Enlistment will be the next book I read. And, yes, I bought Stranded just based on the Bishop so I hope it's good!