BMR,OHMy (1)The Week in Review is where I combine Stacking the Shelves, The Sunday Post and It’s Monday! What are you reading?  If you have never joined in on these meme’s you can check them out by clicking on the meme and it will take you to the host blog.

So my class is about over as next week is it. I have finished my very first ever animation and it was fun but I can’t imagine how much work goes into something way more elaborate than my little 3 second animation. 🙂 Here it is for you to see, its my unique interpretation of mind blown using a little spaceship getting excited over seeing a bunch of presents and so the electric line goes back and forth for the mind blown part…lol. My teacher thought it was cute. Still working on it a little so maybe I will get brave and show it off next Sunday. 🙂

I think winter is here with the temps dipping down in the 20’s and even teens at night! One day was only 35 for the high and I froze. I am so ready for spring. I know a lot of people are seeing snow and I don’t want it so ya’ll can keep it or send it to California were those nasty fires are.

Happy reading!

What you might have missed on my blog

  • [4 Dec] One Was Lost by Natalie D. Richards ★★★½
  • [4 Dec] Sleep Like a Baby by Charlaine Harris ★★★★
  • [5 Dec] Welcome to Snowville by Jim Shelley, Haigen Shelley, Anna Liisa Jones ★★★★
  • [5 Dec] How the Witch Stole Christmas by Dakota Cassidy ★★★★
  • [6 Dec] Camp Alien by Gini Koch ★★★★★
  • [7 Dec] Gingerbread Man by Lee Strauss
  • [8 Dec] Friday Meme’s ~ Unnatural Causes
  • [8 Dec] Typhoon Fury by Clive Cussler, Boyd Morrison ★★★★
  • [9 Dec] Éclair and Present Danger by Laura Bradford ★★★★
  • [9 Dec] 2017 Top Ten Cozy Mysteries
  • [10 Dec] The Week In Review #170

Books I have added

Netgalley

  

  • Bad Girls – There’s no place like home for a homicide. Midwest restaurateur Sydney Richardson finds herself chasing a prodigal daughter’s secrets in this twisty thriller.
  • The Cat of Baskervilles – The show is coming to town on Cape Cod. The West London Theater Festival is putting on a stage production of The Hound of the Baskervilles. Sir Nigel Bellingham, the famous star cast as the lead of Sherlock, goes missing. And Gemma finds him at the bottom of the cliff. Dead.

Audiobooks for review

  

  • Purrfect Revenge – Blorange tabby Max and ragamuffin Dooley are on the case again. This time a world-famous reality star has been found murdered in her own bed, and it looks like the crime just might be terror-related.
  • The Black Cat Knocks on Wood – The author of Black Cat Crossing is back as mystery novelist Sabrina Tate and her cat Hitchcock find themselves roped into another dangerous murder case…

Kindle First

  • Only the Rain – When family man and war veteran Russell loses his job as a quarry worker, his life suddenly seems more like a waking nightmare than a chance to finally live the American dream. 

Got this one for free while trying prime for Students I am doing a free trial. Since I am taking college classes thought might as well try this…lol. 🙂

Books read last week
 

  • Thread the Halls – Yes, I am caught up on a series! This was a bit different than the other ones in this series but it was still pretty good. 🙂
  • Death by Tea – I really liked the first book but the MC really drove me crazy in this one so didn’t enjoy this one as much but it still had a good mystery.

Currently reading
  
What might be up next
 
What I watched

I finally made myself watch the last season of Longmire and I really liked it. I know some might not have liked the ending but it didn’t surprise me any as I have read a few of the books. I am just really sad it’s over!!! I didn’t ever want it to end!!!! 🙁 🙁  Got caught up on Riverdale and I am just not sure I really care much for this season but I really have to find out who the Black Mask is so I keep going.

How was your week? What did you get?

1 COMMENT

  1. I am so glad you wrote this. I don’t know how the myth that Birth of a Nation was the first feature film got started, but it certainly isn’t by any stretch of the imagination! I’m also glad you point out that there were protests of the film even then. Anyone thinking that Birth of a Nation wasn’t considered objectionable upon its release simply hasn’t done their research.

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