Weekly Roundup

Posted December 29, 2018 by Nikki in General / 4 Comments

Well, that was a Christmas! Lots of books have been acquired, including a vast amount of Daisy Dalrymple, and with that I have nooo problem!

Books acquired:

Cover of An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris Cover of The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang. Cover of An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson. Cover of Antidote to Venom by Freeman Wills Crofts

Cover of The Santa Klaus Murder by Mavis Doriel Hay Cover of A Mourning Wedding by Carola Dunn. Cover of Fall of a Philanderer by Carola Dunn Cover of Gunpowder Plot by Carola Dunn.

Cover of The Bloody Tower by Carola Dunn Cover of Black Ship by Carola Dunn. Cover of Sheer Folly by Carola Dunn. Cover of Anthem for Doomed Youth by Carola Dunn.

Books read this week:

 Cover of Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper Cover of Busman's Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers Cover of Mystery in White by J. Jefferson Farjeon Cover of Striding Folly by Dorothy L. Sayers

Number of books in: 12
Number of books read: 5
Number of books from the backlog read: 1
Rereads: 3
Library books: 0
Bought 2018: 1

Out and about:

Once Upon A Blue Moon: ‘Christmas Limericks.‘ I wrote a limerick for each of our bunnies for the tag of their Christmas presents. This post has all four.
NEAT science: ‘Types of flu vaccine. Why are there three different types, and why do people get a different one based on age? I tell all!

And that’s it for this week! It’s been a very quiet week around here. Back to normal operations soon!

So how’s everyone else been? Good Christmas, if you celebrate?

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4 responses to “Weekly Roundup

  1. I’m particularly impressed by the wording in the titles you pictured, real skill is required to combine the strange-but-familiar phrases with apposite labels for the subject matter and genre, and most of them work for me.

    It’s that strange lull between Christmas and New Year, a kind of no-man’s-land where work and lassitude are concerned. I’m rereading Northern Lights for its wintry setting and because I’m anxious whether the Beeb’s version, now in post-production, will be true to Pullman’s text and spirit.

  2. I am thrilled to see The Poppy War on your list of new books! An Easy Death was really good too, I was surprised how much I liked it considering I did not care for her Sookie Stackhouse series, but this one was excellent.

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