Sunday, 13 December 2020

Sunday Post - Amish Romances, Goosebumps, and The Noel Letters


Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer!

Good Morning, Everyone!

12/13/20 - I would have had this post pre-written last night, but sleep got in the way, so here I am working on it now. It's one of those mornings where my brain is awake, but my eyes aren't. My eyes have been a bit wacky for the last few days because of the weird weather. Lubricant eye drops and a humidifier both help to some degree. 

 

I have some good news - I finished pulling out the carpets from my parent's house, or more specifically, I took everything out of an unorganized room, ripped up the carpet, and cleaned the floor. I moved back in the heavy desk, filing cabinet, an old sewing machine cabinet, and three bookshelves. I set up three plastic folding tables in a U-shaped pattern, which my mom is using for sewing, cutting, and ironing. Then I put together a 9-cube organizer bookcase, and I also installed a coax cable in the room for a small TV, which can now pick up local channels. FYI: I did all of this in one day.





What Am I Reading?


For the first time in a long time, I got a little reading done. I read and reviewed two Amish eBooks, and yesterday I finished reading Goosebumps Slappyworld: My Friend Slappy by R.L. Stine. And I'm currently on page 130 in the Christmas tale The Noel Letters by Richard Paul Evans. 


My next reads will be Whispering Hearts by V.C. Andrews, Weeks: Book 2 by Jasyn T. Turley, and Writers of the Future, Vol. 36, all of which I want to get read and reviewed before Christmas Day.




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What's in the Mail?


12/12/20 - On Friday afternoon, an Amazon driver left a big box on my doorstep, and I have to admit I was confused until I opened it. Inside this oversized box was a bookmark that reads "Drink Good Coffee Read Good Books," and there was also a gift receipt message from a long-distance friend. Then today (Saturday), there was another Amazon package from my friend, but this time it came by USPS and the packaging was smaller. Inside it was another bookmark, which reads "Never Judge A Book By Its Movie."



What's New on the Bookshelf?

The only newish titles on my Kindle are Mockingbird and The Man Who Fell To Earth by Walter Tevis.








3 comments:

  1. Sounds like you had a busy week. Hope you have a great week and enjoy your books! I just started a new book blog so I am just getting started again. I had a book blog before for many years. If you are interested I have a post on my blog.

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  2. You must be proud of all the good work achieved. Love the AC/DC cover (love AC/DC anyway) ! Have a good week, I hope your eyes feel better soon :)

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  3. Wow that is a lot of work! I hope you feel better soon. Have fun with your new deliveries, and stay safe!

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