The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 1-24-16

Sunday Post

atlanta snow plows mathAs I write this, Atlanta is battening down for the coming Snowpocalypse. Whether Snowmaggedon will actually arrive still feels like anybody’s guess. (I’m writing this on Friday afternoon. By Sunday, we’ll KNOW).

I’ve lived in two places where it snows buckets (Chicago and Anchorage), two places where a snowfall is a once a century event, if that (Tallahassee and Gainesville) and three places where the entire city comes to a screeching halt when it snows, but it happens just often enough to keep people very wary of the white stuff (Cincinnati, Seattle and now Atlanta). Even though I still know how to drive in the stuff, there’s little chance that enough of the population does to keep the highways from becoming a giant jam. I’m staying home if it hits. Possibly until March.

Current Giveaways:

$10 Gift Card or $10 Book in the Dreaming of Books Giveaway Hop

Winner Announcements:

The winner of the $10 Gift Card or $10 Book in the Jeepers! It’s January Giveaway Hop is Tina W.

give us the ballot by ari bermanBlog Recap:

B+ Review: The Lady’s Command by Stephanie Laurens
A Review: Give Us the Ballot by Ari Berman
C+ Review: Finding Mr. Right Now by Meg Benjamin
B+ Review: The Rogue Retrieval by Dan Koboldt
B+ Review: Moonlight over Paris by Jennifer Robson
Stacking the Shelves (168)

winemaker detective mysteries by jean pierre alaux and noel balenComing Next Week:

Hell Squad: Shaw by Anna Hackett (review)
Keir’s Fall by Pippa Jay (review)
The Winemaker Detective Mysteries Omnibus by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noel Balen (blog tour review)
All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders (review)
By Break of Day by M.L. Buchman (blog tour review)

4 thoughts on “The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 1-24-16

  1. Wow, you have seen ALOT of snow, I was born and raised in Pgh, PA. Lived in Virginia Beach,Va where everything shuts down for a dusting of snow, and I just moved back from South Texas where they NEVER get snow, (It’s always hot, down near the border).I missed the 4 seasons of my home state-PA.
    I just bought another Stephanie Laurens book, Looking forward to reading her new one.
    Hope you are safe and warm!

  2. Did you end up getting hit hard by the snow? I’ve never lived anywhere where it snowed–at least not to the point where it stuck it to the ground–and even then it’s a rare occurence. I hope you stay safe and warm!

  3. I’m in North Alabama (Huntsville) so I’m with you on the just enough snow to remember it but not enough to know what to do with it. Our problem is usually ice and of course we don’t have all the helpful snow stuff that you need to keep things going. My method of dealing is normally just to stay inside! The Winemaker Detective looks great. I’ve read a few books in that series but have been neglecting it lately and really want to pick up a few more. They’re always great reads! Have a great week!

  4. It got cold here in Missouri where I am but thank goodness no snow! 🙂 I have always been curious abut that french mystery series. Is it a good one? I need to put book one on my wishlist. 🙂

    Happy reading!

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