The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 1-4-15

Sunday Post

It’s still a wonderful time of the year, even if the holidays are over. The days are getting longer again, and the weather should be getting better in a couple of months. While it is still surprisingly warm here in Atlanta, I remember January as being the worst month of the year in too many places I’ve lived. The days were very short, often very cold, and everything was gray and gloomy. But hey, it’s already January 4, so there are only 27 days left in the month.

SFRQ Issue5-CoverLooking ahead to next week, I know that The Secret History of Wonder Woman has been on my “coming next week” list three weeks in a row. I’ve actually finished it this time and it was fascinating. Also about 35% of the length of the book is in the footnotes, so it was a bit shorter than I was expecting, too.

And for all you science fiction romance lovers out there, the latest edition of the Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly was released on December 31, 2014. All new articles, stories and reviews (some by yours truly). Kaz and Company put together another fabulous treat for SFR readers.

Winner Announcements:

The winner of the $10 Gift Card in the Christmas Wonder Giveaway Hop is Rose S.

phoenix rising by corrina lawsonBlog Recap:

B+ Review: Mercenary Instinct by Ruby Lionsdrake
14 for 14: My Best Books of the Year
A- Review: Phoenix Rising by Corrina Lawson
New Year’s Day 2015
15 for 15: My Most Anticipated Books for 2015
Stacking the Shelves (116)




all that glitters by michael murphyComing Next Week:

Dirty Deeds (Cole McGinnis #4) by Rhys Ford (review)
All That Glitters by Michael Murphy (blog tour review)
The Secret History of Wonder Woman by Jill Lepore (review)
Digging for Richard III by Mike Pitts (review)
Down and Dirty by Rhys Ford (review)

4 thoughts on “The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 1-4-15

  1. All That Glitters sounds really good.
    I hope we don’t get ice storms like the one that hit us last year. I prefer chilly days and then some warm ups in between. Normal southern winters. Praying for a mild one this year.

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