Saturday, December 1, 2018

[memes] Warm Winter Fuzzies! +my week in books

I wanted to meme. And only had one weekly post to do it. So there's a whole lotta memeage happening in this post. You might have to scroll down a bit to get the one you're looking for. 😸

A decent week!
  • I had the USO and Food Pantry. Both went well without any troubles which was nice
  • I tended the garden a little, too. Most of it is still alive though I'm worried about 2 plants with this cold
  • We hit 25 as our low a couple nights. Not a big deal to some but that is COLD here and early in the season for it. Brrrr! G is not amused, yall.
  • Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for the Christmas Recipe Exchange! Doesn't matter if you have a special diet. Others do, too!

It was a great reading week, too! 

Christmas on Mistletoe Lane-- This would have been good if the author did even 10 seconds of research. She did a HORRIBLE job of having a military character and should really be embarrassed over it even if the base storyline was decent.

Rock Addiction-- I've been on the fence about Singh but man this hit the spot. SUPER steamy and fun. A librarian and rockstar.

Treasure Me Cowboy-- Short but fun. They go on a treasure hunt for coins from a train heist in the 1800s.

Last Chance Christmas-- nice and sweet as hero/heroine learn to forgive and let go of the past and mend relationships.

Cruel Candy/Traitorous Toys-- Both fun mysteries with a new bookstore owner and her grumpy Corgi


I'm just about to finish up the audio of The Job. It's so good. I haven't picked a print book for today since I just finished Traitorous Toys. 

Um. Yeah. lol

Blog All About It --TRUTHInsta-August (erm, yeah)

Hot Winter Nights by Jill Shalvis
Instant Attraction by Jill Shalvis
Whiskey River Rescue
 by Justine Davis
Snowed in with the Cowboy by Maisey Yates

hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl

Top Ten: Warm Winter Fuzzies

I love wintery reads. They don't even have to be Christmas books but that's always a bonus. lol There's just something a little more magical about them. Heartwarming, maybe a little cheesy (in the best possible way? lol, emotionally charged. The winter season just amps all that up for me. I enjoyed all of these. Covers link to Amazon.

PS A Virgin River Christmas and An Outlaw's Christmas were both 5 star reads. And yall know I do NOT give those out lightly. 


Question: If you could travel back in time to purchase the first printing of a specific novel, what book would that be?
A: Hm. I'm really not big on this kind of thing but maybe Jayne Ann Krentz's first book. Some of her older titles are really hard to find these days.

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