The Sunday Post No. 6


The Sunday Post is a weekly meme  hosted by Kimberly at Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news both personal and blog-related, recap the past week, and share about what’s coming up for the next week.

Hello everyone! Here’s a roundup of my week both personal and blog-related.

This Week

Personal: My state shut down until April. Sort of. There are an awful lot of “essential” businesses still open so I’m definitely giving the side-eye to some people in charge but I guess it’s a step in the right direction, if nothing else. The good news is that I was able to get into a routine for working from home and that made all the difference this week. Also, an e-book that I requested my library purchase months ago finally became available and it magically appeared on my shelf on Libby – that was quite a thrill I have to admit 🙂

Blog: This week’s Top Ten Tuesday post was all about the signs that you’re a book lover. I posted reviews for Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan, and Binti by Nnedi Okorafor as well a throwback post to a short story called “Inconstant Moon” by Larry Niven, along with some thoughts comparing it to the present day.

Next Week

Personal: Nothing much on the agenda for next week. I will be actively limiting the time I spend consuming media, both social and otherwise. I’m reading How to Love a Jamaican by Alexia Arthurs and am still deciding what I’ll read next.

Blog: Next week I’ll be posting a review of Desert Heat by J.A. Jance and a roundup of some poetry books I’ve been reading.


Our cat turned three on Friday! We adopted her two years ago this week, right after her first birthday. I can’t believe it’s already been two years. She has grown into such a funny, sweet and affectionate cat and we love her to pieces.



And here’s a photo we took on a recent drive around the neighborhood. I love seeing the mountains at sunset, but it’s definitely weird to see without any other cars on the road.



Hope everyone had a great week!

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