The Sunday Post AKA What’s On My (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand? 12-15-12

There’s a Mellie-cat sleeping right beside my chair. I think my presence is not required from her perspective–she just likes to sleep on top of the pile of boxes.

Galen says that my office is the preferred kitty sleeping place during the day. LaZorra, of course, sleeps in my office chair since she always believes she’s in charge. Who knows, she might just be right!

But I’m using my office right now to talk about the week behind, and the week ahead.

About that week behind…there’s still time to enter the Holiday Gifts of Love Blog Hop! The prize here at Reading Reality is a $10 Amazon Gift Card, but there are over 200 Authors and Bloggers participating. Think of all the holiday shopping you might get out of the way. Or maybe gift yourself with a few prezzies?

What else happened last week?

B Review: Losing It by Cora Carmack
A Review: Taste Me (Underbelly Chronicles #1) by Tamara Hogan
A Review: Chase Me (Underbelly Chronicles #2) by Tamara Hogan
Romancing the Holiday: A- Review: The Best Thing by Jaci Burton, B+ Review: We’ll Be Home for Christmas by HelenKay Dimon, B- Review: Ask Her at Christmas by Christi Barth
Holiday Gifts of Love Blog Hop
Stacking the Shelves (26)

What’s happening this week? It’s the last week before the holiday weekend. Is anyone else wondering where the year went?

The big event this week will be the Gifting Books Blog Hop starting December 20. This hop, organized by Reading Romances, asks an absolutely fascinating question, “What was the most special book you’ve gifted or received?” Then we give a copy to our lucky winner. I wonder if I can stretch the definition of “romance” to include The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings? Because they are it for me.

In addition to the Gifting Books Hop, this week is going to have more than a few Christmas book reviews. Someday this Jewish girl is going to have to find some good Hanukah romances for the holidays. A little bit of equal time would be nice!

But there are plenty of Christmas romances in the meantime. And a little bit of futuristic winter holiday romance to liven up the season!

A note about The Sunday Post. The Sunday Post is organized by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. A couple of weeks ago I asked for some advice about how to maintain a book blog and a full-time job. Kimba not only answered, but her answer was tremendously helpful. Thank you, Kimba for a terrific Sunday meme and your fantastic words of wisdom!


6 thoughts on “The Sunday Post AKA What’s On My (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand? 12-15-12

  1. Love the pictures. My two terriers and my cat are all gathered around my feet watching me work from home today as well. A house isn’t a home without pets.

    I hope you find your Hannukah romance, if not – write one! It might be an underserved market.

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