Another crazy week in paradise! Kinda. Sorta.
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It’s been a relatively quiet week around the house and the blog(s). I don’t have enough cheese to serve with a good whine but — I’m going stir crazy with only going to the mailbox down the driveway and the backyard & patio. February seems like decades ago when I last went out. Yes, we do delivery for just about everything. When someone you love to the moon and back is physically disabled and this damned virus would kill them without question – then you stay home, wear a mask around people who have to come into your home (nurses), and get essentials delivered whenever possible… but that doesn’t stop the stir crazies nor the cabin fevers, right? But we’re surviving – and that’s the ultimate goal. So. Someday is a dream I’ll cling to for now. (whine done, hope there was enough cheese 🙂 )
Reviews at Keeper Bookshelf this week:
I had some catching up to do this past week (and I’m still behind). Where I once read to escape and could easily fall into any world – well, that’s something else this virus has stolen from me. But, another week and I should be up to date on ARCs and can get back into a reasonable rhythm again.
How To Catch A Cowboy by Karen Foley
Daisy’s Summer Mission by Hannah Pearl
Wrangling the Cowboy’s Heart by Leah Vale
The Life She Left Behind by Nicole Trope
Little Village of Second Chances by Gina Hollands
To Catch an Earl by Kate Bateman
A Stitch in Time by Amelia C. Adams
Wanted by the Marshal by Susan Lute
The Rake is Taken by Tracy Sumner
No, I didn’t read all of this last week – but I did get the reviews written up and posted here and everywhere else they needed to be. As I mentioned, I’m behind and that means I’ve read a lot to escape but putting my thoughts together for a review took a bit longer. *shrugs* Hopefully, after this week’s posts I’ll be able to get to current and expected releases on the blog – and get my butt back on track.