Sunday Post #15 – I’m really back!

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba, the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This way, I can tell you a little about my week and sum up what happened on the blog and everything else that I find interesting.


This week (and last week) on the blog

Coming up next week

  • Unhaul #2
  • Review: Slated by Teri Terry

Personal

I am so HAPPY to have Internet again. It’s the weirdest thing not being able to go online at all. It’s not all social media; there’s just looking up the weather, or the news, or watching something on Amazon Prime. None of that was possible anymore. I’m back now though, so obviously the first thing I did was scroll through my Facebook feed, where (as usual) nothing very interesting was going on.

The house is just about finished. Although, I suppose technically house is the wrong word. It’s a huge house, with several families in it, all with their own apartments. So perhaps I should say apartment? Anyway, most of it has been decorated, though obviously there are some small things that could be changed or improved. Mostly though, I’m very excited about how it looks now. If you want to come over for a cup of tea, you’re more than welcome to stop by!

Book-related

Finished:

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New:

(no new books; I’m reading through my TBR. I’m counting on some for Christmas though)

7 thoughts on “Sunday Post #15 – I’m really back!

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  1. Keen to hear what you think of Death Comes to Pemberley. I was a huge P & P fan so really struggled with it. It didn’t feel like it represented the characters I knew and loved. I did however watch a mini series later on and I noted that they improved over the course of the show so perhaps the book was the same.

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    1. I did quite enjoy the book. The characters were a bit different, but then again 6 years had passed, so I felt like that wasn’t too much of a stretch. And while, I enjoyed P&P, and thought it was great, I don’t think I’d call myself a fan, so I suppose it’s a bit easier to deal with changed in character for me.

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  2. Yay for having internet again! It always scares me a little how much I use it because I use it for everything. I’m curious about Death Comes to Pemberley. I like PD James though she can be a little over-detailed and this Austen-esque one sounds really different from what she usually does. My library has it on audio so I might go that route. Hope you enjoyed it! Have a great week!

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  3. I think it’s a bit too far away for me for a cup of tea, haha. 😉 But it’s great to hear that the house is about finished, and that you have the internet back. It’s good to have you back.

    Happy reading~

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