Sunday Post #34

Posted February 27, 2022 by WendyW in Blogging, Book Blog Meme, bookblogger / 46 Comments

sunday post

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:

We had a big snowstorm this week. 6 -10″. We expected it, so I was able to get stocked up and we didn’t have to travel in the snow. It’s been super dry up here in Northern Arizona, so we needed the moisture. I don’t think we got enough moisture, but it helped. The dogs love the snow and enjoyed playing together out there. The chickens and turkeys didn’t like it much, so they stayed warm huddled up in their coop.

I was able to get a lot of reading and blogging done, so that was nice.

Last week I read:

I had a very good week of reading! My favorite was A Family Affair by Robyn Carr.

Audiobooks I listened to:

Next week I hope to get to:

What I watched:

1883 is a prequel to the hit show Yellowstone, which I really enjoy. I love the acting in 1883, and the scenery.

On the Blog Last Week:

Monday: Book Review: Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday! Dynamic Duos
Tuesday: Book Review: Smooth as Silk Alicia Hunter Pace
Wednesday: Can’t Wait Wednesday #35: The Key to My Heart by Lia Louis
Thursday: AudioBook Review: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
Friday: Book Review: By Any Other Name by Lauren Kate
Saturday: Stacking the Shelves
Sunday: The Sunday Post
Sunday: New Releases in March 2022 That I’m Excited About!

On the Blog Next Week:

Monday: Book Review: The Suite Spot by Trish Doller
Monday: February Reading Wrap Up
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday! Auto-Buy Authors
Wednesday: Can’t Wait Wednesday #36: The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews
Wednesday: Book Review: In a New York Minute by Kate Spencer
Thursday: Book Review: High Stakes by Danielle Steel
Friday: Book Review: The Lighthouse on Moonglow Bay by Lori Wilde
Saturday: Book Review: The Bluebonnet Battle Carolyn Brown
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!

46 responses to “Sunday Post #34

  1. I am not a snow fan but my puppy loves it. I think he’s going to be pretty disappointed when he discovers we don’t get it very often here in North Alabama! The Robyn Carr cover is gorgeous and I usually enjoy her more stand alone books. I somehow missed seeing that one but definitely need to pick it up. Hope you are having a wonderful week!

    • Thank you, Katherine! My dogs love the snow, but as they get older, they don’t like it as much. Kind of like humans!

  2. It’s great you were able to take advantage of the snow and get things done, and get the moisture. I think we are too dry also. I want to read the Wisteria Society and I have it checked out at the library.

  3. In OK we ended up with a lot of black ice out of this last storm, and it took multiple days to get warmer temps. Even the dogs with their 4 paw drive had trouble making it outside to take care of business. Walks were definitely out of the question as I sure don’t want a fracture from a fall. I am glad I don’t have chickens and turkeys any more. I look back with no fondness on having to go out in the cold to break ice in their waterers. You probably have a better setup than we did in early marriage. (But there’s nothing like fresh eggs!) Have a great week!

    • Oh no! Black ice is so much worse than snow. I’m glad you survived. My husband does most of the chicken chores, but yes, they are a lot of work.

  4. Nice to see how organized you are with your blogging and reading. It’s always good to curl up with books on snowy days. Have a good week!

  5. That’s a lot of snow. At least you were prepared. I don’t think I’d like driving in it. I can sympathize with the chickens and the turkeys, however my grandkids would be like your dogs and be loving it, lol. Well, until they get their gloves wet. Then they’re not so happy, haha.

    I’m looking forward to that Robin Carr. I’m signed up for the blog tour on it since I love her writing so much I’m sure I enjoy it too.

  6. Ooh, you’ve got some great books there, I added a few to my Goodreads TBR. We got all that snow a couple weeks ago, a tiny bit of snow this past week, and then are supposed to have 70s this coming week! I haven’t watched Yellowstone, but should probably give it a try. Hope you have a great week!

  7. We also had a ginormous snowstorm in my neck of the woods. I was supposed to take my husband to the airport, but the roads were so bad that he ended up using transit to get there instead.

  8. My dog used to love the snow as well. We had to literally drag him in at night.

    Looks like you had a good week of reading. Hope the next one’s enjoyable as well!

  9. Ooh some snowfall. We got a little but not that much. I like the look of the Deveraux book. And Wisteria has such a nice cover.

    I’ll have to check out that show!

  10. Glad you were able to stock up and stay safe in the snow!

    I really enjoyed The Wisteria Society when I read it–I bet the audio is a lot of fun if it’s done well!

  11. Sounds like you live on a farm! I might raise chickens when I retire. I’ll ask you for tips if I do.

    I also have Lessons in Chemistry on the list. Looking forward to it.

    • We have a couple of acres in a rural area. The chickens are fun to raise, we get some eggs, but it’s just fun to watch them run around.

  12. Looks like a good week, Wendy. I am glad I am not dealing with snow. I have the Jude Deveraux and Robyn Carr books to read soon. I have been watching All Creatures Great and Small as well as The Guilded Age. Have a great week.