Sunday Post #7

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s time to recap the week and talk about all of the bookish content coming up next week!

This week, I finished two books.

Hairpin Curves

Author: Elia Winters

Genre: adult romance

Rating: ⭐⭐

You can read my review here.


Get a Life, Chloe Brown

Author: Talia Hibbert

Genre: adult romance

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐

You can read my review here.


My not-so-little brother was complaining that he had nothing to read after finishing all available installments of the Stormlight Archive series (he likes gritty high fantasy, the longer the better), so I put my copy of Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb on his desk. He looked at it, said he wasn’t going to read it… and three days later he asks me if I have the next book in the series. HA! He has declined to give any opinion on my romance reading, however, which I am choosing to accept rather than poke at and potentially receive a comment I don’t like. In the coming week I’ll be finishing The Cybernetic Tea Shop by Meredith Katz, Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert, and starting A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole for my buddy read with Sarah @ Suits of Stories.

Not much is going on in my non-reading-related life, aside from the general chaos that is to be expected with the onset of the holiday season. I’m hand-painting over a dozen cards for friends and family — but must wait on a delivery of new sealing wax before I can send them off — and am also trying to coordinate a copious number of presents. That’s about it.

How is your December going so far? What are you reading?

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  1. Lol! Yass! Get him hooked on Hobb!
    I’ve been in a romance mood lately too. I have that Talia Hibbert book on hold at the library and so far I’ve been hooked on Penny Reid’s Winston Brothers series.

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    1. lol thank you! I’m being STRATEGIC because if my brother likes the Hobb books enough he will get them on our shared kindle network, which means I don’t have to buy them myself (though tbh for longer books like Hobb’s I prefer physical copies). I’ll check out the Winston Brothers series ASAP!

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