It's Sunday Post time! This is hosted by the awesome Caffeinated Book Reviewer and gives us all a chance to recap our week.
What I Got:
Beyond the Pale by Claire O'Donohue - This looks like an entertaining mystery and isn't due out until May so I don't really think it counts quite yet. (NetGalley)
Another One Bites the Crust by Ellie Alexander - This is one of my favorite cozy mystery series and I'm excited about this latest one! (Publisher)
The Crown Prince's Bride by Donna Alward - I love this author and I enjoyed the previous book in the series. Plus, I can I do love an occasional royal romance. (Publisher)
The Secret of Flirting by Sabrina Jeffries - Jeffries is hands down my favorite historical romance author and this looks intriguing. (NetGalley)
Death Below the Stairs by Jennifer Ashley - I love a good historical mystery and I'm really excited about this one! (Publisher)
Pre-Meditated Murder by Tracy Weber - I've had this series on my TBR for ever so I'm looking forward to giving this one a try. (Giveaway win)
Eaves of Destruction by Kate Carlisle - I love Kate Carlisle's cozy mystery series about a book restorer and I love mysteries involving home renovation so I figure this is a match made in heaven! (Giveaway win)
Reading: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and Comic Sans Murder by Paige Shelton
Listening: I finished From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming earlier this week and am about to start listening to One Snowy Night by Jill Shalvis.
Watching: Not a huge amount. I've really been enjoying The Voice and I watched a number of Jimmy Stewart movies over this past week.
Off the Blog:
This is what I woke up to Friday morning. Now for lots of people this wouldn't be all that shocking but in South Mississippi where I happened to be it was quite a big deal. The area got 6 inches of snow overnight which is more than it's ever gotten in all of recorded history. The only snowfall that even comes close was 5 inches in 1895 so as you can imagine the whole area was collectively losing their minds. The local media went around and took pictures of all the kids and their snowmen which was really cute. I was out in the middle of nowhere as you can see so I didn't see too many snowmen though I did enjoy looking out the window at all the snow. When I called home which happens to be 400 miles north they hadn't gotten a single flake. The Tornado found it very unfair!
On the Blog:
Thursday: A Crime of Poison - Cozy Mystery Review
What's Coming Up:
Monday: Bel, Book, and Scandal - Cozy Mystery Review
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday - Favorites of 2017
Wednesday: Cowboys Legacy - Contemporary Romance Review
Thursday: Comic Sans Murder - Cozy Mystery Review
Friday: Friday Linkups with Current Book
Have a great week and happy reading!