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.
This is going up late as I was tired and slept in. We got back to Southern California after a little over a week of traveling all over Oregon and a bit of Washington yesterday. We hiked along the sea cliffs, and to several waterfalls. No water shortages or lack of rain there! We visited the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, home of the Spruce Goose and so much more, we visited wineries and I stopped a several thrift stores, buying way too many books! I had to Media Mail them back to my self because I went a little overboard, lol! It was nice to shop without sales tax (in Oregon)!
I love the Pacific Northwest and was sad to leave its beauty, but it's nice to be home! Extra nice that we gained an hour with the time change! Not as thrilled to be going back to work tomorrow, but such is life.
Not my hat, was a prop. Supposed to be Howard Hughes' hat, lol.
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I had some really great reading this last week! Loved the two novella/short stories by Ilona Andrews! I read them one right after the other yesterday and now I can't wait to read Fated Blades. Archangel's Light was a lovely story of friendship blossoming into more. Hate Me Under the Mistletoe was another win from Kelly Jamieson. Hockey, unrequited love, forced proximity and enemies-to-lovers all combined into a steamy romance! Look What You Made Me Do was an exciting thriller! Didn't want to put it down!
Thrift store finds
I bought a ton of books at thrift shops, but I mailed them back so I can't show them all here. I did take a photo of a few (above). I'm excited for all of the ARCs: An Unexpected Distraction, Finding Paradise, Someone Perfect and Once Upon a Cabin.
I read all the books above in my thrift store finds except for Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper Case Closed by Patricia Cornwell. Looking forward to reading it!
Posted some pictures of my vacation on Instagram. Pictured here is Heceta Head Lighthouse. This is the second time we've stayed there. Loved the stormy weather!