Welcome to this week’s Sunday Post. This feature is brought to you by The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, so swing by after you are done here and get the full list of participants!
- [11 Oct] #SundayPost: Long week
- [13 Oct] Officially Over It by Lani Lynn Vale ★★★★
- [14 Oct] Simmer Down by Sarah Smith ★★★★
- [16 Oct] #FreebieFriday: October 16th
- [17 Oct] Books I own but haven’t read and why!
- Snapped by Alexa Martin
- Love in Numbers by Scarlett Cole
- Bane’s Choice by Alyssa Day
I got nothin’
It was another low key week. Cases are on the rise here and even in the rural county I teach in. It made me better about cleaning. Its easy to get a little complacent after 2 months of school and not be as vigilant, but this was a good reminder!
I binged Schitt’s Creek this week. It was good. I thought it got better each season. But, I wish we knew what happened-like an epilogue years later! Does Alexis meet someone? Does Rosebud continue to thrive? Does Moira make a huge comeback? It left off with David in a good place, but I wanted to see how everything else would pan out, ya know. I kept thinking Ted would come back or something!
Otherwise, it was a normal week. Work, home, sleep, repeat.
So, whats new with you this week? Did you read any of the same books I did? Did you find any great book deals I need to grab ASAP? Let me know in the comments!
Low Key weeks are my favorite. I am hoping for that to happen this week for me.
We binge watched Bly Manor and it was good, very story and character driven, not as many scares as the first one but I really loved it.
I hope you have a great week, Samantha! Happy Reading! xx
I think you are not alone in getting a little complacent, but at least you are not ignoring it.
We have a slew of new Covid cases, too, Samantha, so much so that our government actually held a press conference today – on a Sunday. Mostly, it was to tell us to keep wearing our masks, for those that can work at home to do that, and to wash our hands often. I was afraid they were going to tell us that they’ve decided to close schools again – I think that would be the worst thing they could do for our students.
Have a wonderful week ahead, stay safe and healthy.
I’m a real fan of Low Key Weeks… Glad that you have had one and congratulations for recognising that you need to tighten up a bit. That’s the big problem with this business, it just goes on and on, and it’s so hard to keep our guards up, isn’t it? Have a great week, Samantha.
Well cases are on the rise here too and we now have a curfew, among many other things! Stay safe Suzanne!
I think a low key week is the best! Cases are on the rise pretty much everywhere. It’s easy to get lax when it goes on and on. We had to go out to the doctor this week and that would have been more frightening if the office wasn’t practically empty. I hope this week is safe and avoids the crazy.
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Low Key Week sounds like a dream, I really hope I get one of those next week.
I’ve heard that’s a good show, I really should try it. And sorry to hear your cases are rising. It is kind of scary wondering how bad things will get, now that we’re in fall. I hope things don’t get too bad there!
Ooh the Slaughter book looks good!
I’ve never managed more than a couple of episodes of Schitts Credk, just not my thing
I expect The Last Widow will be good
Wishing you a great reading week
I’m all for low key weeks. 🙂 I had to go for another COVID test last week so I’m back to being super vigilant myself.
truth in pieces looks really good. all my weeks are low key. 🙂