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 also linking up to The Sunday Salon hosted by Deb Nance @Readerbuzz.
I didn't post last week because I was in Texas visiting my daughter, SIL, and the grandkids. Yes, the Texas heat is no joke! It was hot. 105 with 60% humidity. We enjoyed visiting. Our flight home was super early on Sunday, 5:30am, which meant we had to leave at 3:30am, but it was worth the early wakeup to avoid summer travel shenanigans. Being the first flight out there's less of a chance of delays, whatnot. Of course, they lost our luggage. Thankfully, we got it back two days later. I got back in time to join in on Anne's @Books of My Heart read-along chat on Facebook, and it was a fun time as usual!
It's been nice weather here with high 80s to low 90s for most of the week, cooling down to mid 50s at night. The evenings have been so nice!
I have a bumper crop of apples coming and a few pears. Our pear tree is really small. Last year we didn't have any fruit because a late frost froze off the blossoms so I didn't even know our trees would produce fruit. This is only our second spring here. "PicutreThis" tells me the apples are Paradise variety. The pears are "common pear" so I guess it doesn't know the variety. I'm excited about all the fruit! I guess I need to start looking up apple recipes! I'll probably give away a bunch to friends and neighbors too.
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This is two weeks worth of reading. I didn't read anything in Texas with not having any time to myself. Just finished Hunted on my way back from the airport in time for Anne's chat. I didn't realize I somehow skipped it in my first read through of The Iron Druid Chronicles! It was really good! Loved Dark Corners and North of Nowhere! Both were one day/sitting reads and had me on the edge of my seat! An Evil Heart and Halifax were also really good! Business or Pleasure was not my favorite (couple of niggles) from Solomon, but an enjoyable romance.
Two weeks worth. Four library lends and four from the publisher. I'm looking forward to them all!
A Love Catastrophe! Peanut and my current giveaway:
How was your week?