Sunday Post #19 – Hello, October!

Posted September 29, 2019 by Lizzy in Books/Writing, Life / 0 Comments

Hey everyone! Back with another Sunday Post update, via Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer. I’m patterning mine off of Kimberly’s, at least for now. Maybe one day I’ll get creative and make my own graphics!

Life Update

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This week I have felt more normal, yay! Still low energy and coughing but not quite as much like I’m at death’s door, so that’s been awesome. I also got some reading done, and some blog posts, and a friend and I took Saturday and went to the Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival, which was awesome and also WAY too hot for the end of September (yes, in another side of my life, I’m a fiber/yarn/fabric geek).

It WOULD be really great if we could get some fall-like weather here in Virginia. It’s been miserably hot, and dry, and this coming week is supposed to be in the 90s for at least 3 days. WAAAAH!!! I’m planning to pull out my fall decorations tomorrow, maybe that will convince the weather gods to send some cool breezes our way…

Weekly Dose of Adorableness

My two babies, hanging out together. A rare sighting, since usually they’re wrestling.

Last Week on Blog

Covers link to GoodReads, descriptions to my reviews!

Next Week on the Blog

Some backlist titles this week!

  • Moon Called (Mercy Thompson #1) – urban fantasy
  • Naughty in Nice (Her Royal Spyness #5) – cozy historical mystery
  • October 2019 New Releases – this month is a DOOZY for publishing! At least of books that appeal to me.
  • Can’t Wait Wednesday

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