Sunday Post: Reading and Writing #SundayPost

After working my day job, I’ve been doing lots of reading and writing reviews this week for the May edition of Historical Novels Review, the magazine of the Historical Novel Society. That’s the reason I didn’t get much posting done. I have to get the rest of my reviews in to HNS by the 15th.

It’s also the reason why Indie Weekend has been delayed. I still haven’t been able to finish the next book I plan to review, Chronicles of the Golden City, but I should have it done by next week.

Besides working and reading, there was not much else going on this week. I’m not going to make a schedule for next week because it’s up in the air right now.


The book description makes this one sound a bit like The Fugitive. I’m intrigued.

This is an older book, but is out new in audio. It’s about a homicide detective who makes a fresh start as a small-town chief of police. Then she begins investigating a murder in an amusement park.

Yep, Kensington Books has Christmas books out on Netgalley already! It’s not going to be released until late August, but I couldn’t resist the description: “It’s A Wonderful Life meets Groundhog Day.”

How about you? How was your week?

24 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Reading and Writing #SundayPost”

          1. I’ve only written one, as I was trained as a short story writer. Yes, when Telling Sonny was finished, I was all weepy for several days because I missed Faby and Sonny so much. (Louis, not so much.)

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