Sunday Post: Lazy Days #SundayPost

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

This was a normal week, and yesterday was completely lazy as we watched “Young Sheldon” and “Law and Order” all day. I had gotten Doug all 20 seasons of Law and Order on DVD for Christmas, and we are on Season 2. Young Sheldon is so fun. It makes me want to watch Big Bang Theory all over again.

Last Week On Bonnie Reads and Writes

On Tuesday I participated in Top Ten Tuesday. The topic was Top Ten Books I’ve Recommended to Others

Sometimes a book ticks me off, and I just write my thoughts down without changing them too much. That happened on Wednesday with my review of SPARE by Prince Harry and J.R. Moehringer. I was not ticked off at Prince Harry, but at the media and the way they have tried to destroy his life for money, and lots of it. They are still trying. Check out my 5-star review here.

On Saturday I reviewed QUEEN OF THE WEST for Indie Weekend.

Next Week on Bonnie Reads and Writes

On Monday or Tuesday, I will review THE LAST RUSSIAN DOLL by Kristen Loesch.

I will participate in Top Ten Tuesday if time permits. The topic is “Debut Books I’m excited about.” I don’t know if I can think of ten. I may change it to “Future Releases I’m Excited About.”

On Wednesday or Thursday I will review THE SISTERS OF SEA VIEW by Julie Klassen.

On Friday I will participate in Book Blogger Hop if time permits.

On Indie Weekend I will review Independent and Self-Published books and provide a Q&A with author Jolie Tunnell.


Just one new book this week:

Book Blurb from Amazon:

Seventeen-year-old Victoria Nash runs the household on her family’s peach farm in the small ranch town of Iola, Colorado—the sole surviving female in a family of troubled men. Wilson Moon is a young drifter with a mysterious past, displaced from his tribal land and determined to live as he chooses.

Victoria encounters Wil by chance on a street corner, a meeting that profoundly alters both of their young lives, unknowingly igniting as much passion as danger. When tragedy strikes, Victoria leaves the only life she has ever known. She flees into the surrounding mountains where she struggles to survive in the wilderness with no clear notion of what her future will bring. As the seasons change, she also charts the changes in herself, finding in the beautiful but harsh landscape the meaning and strength to move forward and rebuild all that she has lost, even as the Gunnison River threatens to submerge her homeland—its ranches, farms, and the beloved peach orchard that has been in her family for generations. 

16 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Lazy Days #SundayPost”

  1. Love Law and Order, Bonnie. And I get the frustration over the media regarding Prince Harry’s book. Afterall, the media was heavily involved in his mother’s death.


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