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 last week was another busy one, and I hope this week isn't as bad, but I'm on call Monday after I leave until the next day when I go in. Not pleased about that, but poor management left the department short staffed. It's getting easier and easier to think about working somewhere else, which will happen when I move up north. Thank goodness my manager isn't in our department more than an hour every day. We had a buffer between us and her until five years ago so we didn't realize what kind of person she was until after that. So many things to say about that. Let me tell you it wasn't easy going through Covid while working at a hospital when your manager is/was a fan of Trump. My co-worker and I had to fight for so many things in the beginning, like PPE. Now that's not such an issue, but her personality is an aggressive, often unpleasant one.
I got my booster shot after work on Thursday. Didn't start feeling bad until Friday afternoon. I had body aches and chills, but still not as bad as the second dose. Felt okay enough to go on a 3 mile walk yesterday (Saturday) even if I still wasn't at 100%, and I'm happy I got out in the fresh air with the hubby.
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I'm trying to complete my Audio Book Challenge (100 books) so I've been listening to novellas and short stories. Loved Secrets at Midnight, and If the Fates Allow and Oh.What.Fun were entertaining and fun short listens. Dream Keeper and An Unexpected Distraction were wins for me, too!
I was offered an audio copy of Dark Horse, which is book 7 of the Orphan X series. I was planning on starting this series at some point, I even bought the audio of the first book. Now I have until February to read all six books first, as it seems best to read the series in order! Love the Atlee Pine series so I was happy to get the latest, Mercy, even if it is after the publication date. I'll probably buy an audio copy as well. CJ Carmichael is a new to me author, but I know Sophia Rose enjoys her books and these were two novella length audios included in my Audible membership so yay! Anne @Books of My Heart recently reviewed the latest of The Alaskan Wild Mysteries, so I borrowed an audio of Thin Ice, the first in the series.
I'm giving away my ARC copy of An Unexpected Distraction HERE. This is such a great series if you enjoy Romantic Suspense and it's available on Kindle Unlimited.
How was your week?