Sunday Post #25

Posted December 26, 2021 by WendyW in Blogging, Book Blog Meme, bookblogger / 19 Comments

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The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted at the @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme

What I’m up to:

I had a tough week this week. The beginning of the week was difficult due to health issues in m family. But, it’s looking up now, and I hope things will be back to normal soon.

Last week I read:

Only one book was read this week. It was very good, it wasn’t as depressing as I thought it might be.

Next week I hope to get to:

I’ve read about half of Black Cake, and it’s very interesting, and so far I’m enjoying it.

What I watched:

My daughter and I watched all the Harry Potter movies on Christmas Day. It was nice and relaxing.

On the Blog Last Week:

Monday: Book Review: Just for Show by Julie Hamilton
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday! Books I Hope Santa Brings/Bookish Wishes
Wednesday: Can’t Wait Wednesday #27: Finlay Donovan Knocks ‘Em Dead by Elle Cosimano
Thursday: Book Review: If You Love Something by Jayce Ellis
Friday: Book Review: Invisible by Danielle Steel
Saturday: Merry Christmas
Sunday: The Sunday Post.

On the Blog Next Week:

Monday: Book Review: In Every Generation by Kendare Blake
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday! Best Books I Read In 2021
Wednesday: Can’t Wait Wednesday #28: High Stakes by Danielle Steel
Thursday: Book Review: The Marvelous Monroe Girls by Shirley Jump
Friday: Book Review: When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord
Friday: December Reading Wrap Up
Saturday: New Releases in January 2022 That I’m Excited About!
Saturday: Stacking the Shelves
Sunday: The Sunday Post

Have you read any of these books? What are you hoping to read this next week? What have you been up to last week? Comment below!

19 responses to “Sunday Post #25

  1. Super envious that you’ll be able to read Meet Me in the Margins. That’s one of my most anticipated for 2022. I hope it turns out to be a good read! I can’t wait to hear what you think of it.

  2. Pam @ Read! Bake! Create!

    I’m glad your family is doing better this week and that you had a relaxing holiday. This week my reading goals are to finish listening to The Reading List (I’m over 50% through) and to read Up to No Gouda, which I started this morning and am enjoying so far.

  3. Jenny McClinton

    I hope you and your family are ok x Sounds like you had a lovely day with your daughter at Christmas 💕

  4. Janette

    Sorry to hear that health issues spoilt the first part of the week for you. Your Christmas Day certainly sounds relaxing. I have to confess that I have never seen any of the Harry Potter films. I always mean to but never get round to it for some reason. Hope that this week is a good week for you. XX

  5. I’m so sorry things were so rough last week but I’m glad they are looking up now. Fingers-crossed for a wonderful new year, Wendy!

  6. I’m sorry to hear you’ve had to deal with family health issues! It’s stressful, right? We have some pending news about my husband’s father and it doesn’t sound like it’s going to be good news. Still, you never know. I hope things turn out positive for you and your family!

  7. I am sorry it has been such a rough week. I do hope things start to get better. Health issues are never any fun. Not the Witch You Wed sounds right up my alley. And Meet Me In the Margins is such a cute title. I hope you enjoy all your upcoming reads. A Harry Potter marathon sounds like a nice way to spend Christmas.

    I hope you and your family have a better week!

  8. I am sorry to hear there have been some health issues in the family, I hope things get better. What a great idea for Christmas Day. I really need to rewatch Harry Potter, all of them, doing a binge to remember one to the next.

    • Thank you Carla, already things are much better. It was fun to watch Harry Potter as my daughter knows them so well and can recite many of the lines.