The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated reviewer book blog, and is a post to recap my bookish and non-bookish things from the last week.
I'm up in Northern California again and it's rainy and cold. It's really pretty, though, with the hills turning green. My schedule is still out of whack even with the holidays out of the way. Doing a lot of traveling back and forth from Southern California to Northern California so I feel like I'm hardly at home lately and that won't change for a few weeks. Still, I was able to get four books read, three mysteries and a romance. One was a novella.
The Last Time I Lied was a great mystery, I just wished there was more romance. The Guy Who Died Twice was a fun mystery novella that felt very Agatha Christie, and The Boy was an amazing second installment to Tami Hoag's Broussard & Fourcade series! I was surprised to get it being the first book released twenty years ago! The One You Fight For was my second favorite of the series, and the publisher is hosting a giveaway HERE if you're interested.
The first three are library lends, and all audio books! I'll be getting a good start with my 2019 Audio Book Challenge. I borrowed The Liar's Girl after reading Blodeuedd's wonderful review. I've seen Nicole Helm around and wanted to give her books a try so we'll see how Cowboy SEAL Redemption turns out. I read a review of The White Christmas Inn on another blog and now I can't remember which blog it was! (Sorry!) I requested it at the library right after and it just came through. 99 Percent Mine is a last minute approval from Edelweiss! I requested like two months ago and I just received approval on Thursday and the book releases on this coming Wednesday! I'm happy to get approval, but I won't be reviewing before the release date.
I didn't get much T.V. watching done, but did watch this when my Grandson had a Toy Story marathon. He's three and watched the first one while I was cooking and then I actually sat down and watched this one, number three which I had never seen before. Not as good as the original, but still cute. Some pretty funny moments meant for adults, too.
How was your week?