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Good morning, Bloggers! Grab some coffee (or a mimosa), and let’s talk about our weeks.
Earlier today, I was out running errands and having lunch…and couldn’t wait to get back home. It is still very hot out, with triple digits through the weekend. Someone posted about snow on her blog…and I was green with envy! Even though I don’t necessarily want snow here…
Next weekend, I am looking forward to Bloggiesta...and the movie This Is Where I Leave You. Yes, I have posted about it before, but I can’t stop gushing. I loved the book, and I adore the actors in the cast….so that’s how it goes.
Do you have anything you are gushing about? While you are pondering, here’s what happened in my blog world this past week.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Review: Tears & Tequila, by Linda Schreyer and Jo-Ann Lautman (Publicist Request)
Review: Gringa in a Strange Land (e-book), by Linda Dahl (Mt. TBR Stack)
Review: The Devil’s Foothold (e-book), by Marilyn Meredith (Mt. TBR Stack)
Review: Midnight Betrayal, by Melinda Leigh (Author Review Request)
INCOMING BOOKS; (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
Three review books came in my mailbox from Amazon Vine! Yay! And then I downloaded three e-books to feed the ever-hungry Sparky.
Friendswood, by Rene Steiner (Amazon Vine)
Safe Keeping, by Barbara Taylor Sissel (Amazon Vine)
Crooked River, by Valerie Geary (Amazon Vine)
After I Do (e-book), by Taylor Jenkins Reid
The Children Act (e-book), by Ian McEwan
Virgin River (e-book), by Robyn Carr
WHAT’S UP NEXT? (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
A Question of Guilt (e-book), by Frances Fyfield (for Mt. TBR Challenge)
Then and Always, by Dani Atkins (Vine Review)
A Wedding and a Killing, by Lauren Carr (Author Review Request)
And there we are…the cycle is complete! Blog Posts Written, Books Read and Reviewed, New Books on the Stacks….and Upcoming Reads. Do you ever feel as if your routines are so predictable you could complete them in your sleep? Is it a good thing to change up the routines occasionally?
Something to ponder. I spend time every week messing around with my blogs, from the themes to the backgrounds and headers. Earlier today, I cleared out some of the files in my office…it was amazing the outdated things I found there!
My granddaughter Fiona (below) changes her hair color.