Sunday Post

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted here @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme

REVIEW OF LAST WEEK

It was a busy work week but I’ve managed to stay organized and was able to get most of what I had planned for the blog done, with a couple of exceptions. Today, my husband made me a steak for Mother’s Day, and although I already got my presents for the whole year when I purchased Cincinnati Bengals season tickets, he still got me a sugar/parmesan shaker in a pattern of glass I collect, Moon and Star. My son called me to wish me a Happy Mother’s Day, and I posted a tribute to my wonderful Mom who passed in 2020.

The blog in review:

On Monday I did a cover reveal of The Sign of The Weeping Virgin and a Spotlight of The Coronation. I also posted a short story that would have been our March entry for the #2022 Short Story Challenge, which was delayed due to illness.

On Tuesday I posted a review of The Twist and Shout Murder by Teresa Trent.

On Wednesday I did a review of the Audiobook of Bloomsbury Girls.

On Friday I provided our April contribution for the 2022 Short Story Challenge, which again was late due to illness.

On Saturday I spotlighted two Self-Published books, An Only Child No More and Forever Silenced.

On Sunday I posted our May entry for the 2022 Short Story Challenge, which finally gets us caught up. It is a tribute to My Storytelling Mom.

A LOOK AT NEXT WEEK

On Monday I will post my review The Salt Fields by Stacy D. Flood. This is a book I reviewed for the May edition of The Historical Novels Review, the magazine of the Historical Novel Society.

I’m also going to post my review of the audiobook of The Wedding Season, which I did not have time to post last week.

On Wednesday I’ll be posting a review of A Brilliant Night of Stars and Ice, which I reviewed for the May edition of Historical Novels Review.

On Saturday, for Self-Published Saturday, I’ll be reviewing The Coronation by Justin Newland. I did a spotlight last week for a blog tour but was unable to get the review done, so I’ll be doing it this week.

9 thoughts on “Sunday Post”

  1. Hi there Bonnie! Glad to hear you got spoiled a bit for Mother’s Day!

    A Brilliant Night of Stars and Ice are still on my TBR, will make a note to watch your review on Wednesday.

    Have a wonderful week ahead and I hope you have lots of time for reading.

    Thanks for visiting us earlier, Bonnie!

    Elza Reads

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