Sunday Post: Quick Update

Update: Super busy here as I’m editing the next book in the Jax Diamond series by the wonderfully talented Gail Meath. It’s called Blackjack. It’s fun work, though. Wanted to send a quick weekly update.

Saturday Doug and I went to Elizabethton, TN, to Carter County’s Carter Mansion, where they were exhibiting a little history. Doug took some photos here. It’s interesting that what was thought to be a mansion in the late 1770s looks like a pretty average house today.


I’m going to put up a review tonight of The Ashen War for Indie Weekend.

I’m going to post a review of Mastering the Art of French Murder tomorrow. It’s not published until April 25th so I’ve been holding off.

I’m also going to do some mini reviews of some other books I’ve sent in to Netgalley recently.

And next week I’ve going to review Fixed Moon for Indie Weekend.


I got the audiobook for No Two Persons. I had received the ebook last week.

I hope you all have a great week.

14 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Quick Update”

  1. It would look like an average home now except for the craftsmanship and sometimes amazing woodworking. People were smaller then so there is that to consider. They didn’t need the longer or wider beds we do these days. They also spent more time on physical labor and less on entertainment I would guess.

    Anne – Books of My Heart This is my Sunday Post

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  2. I love touring historical homes and learning of the stories from the past. Even though it doesn’t look big compared to our standards the inside looks neat!

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