Maryland seems to have dodged another major “storm of the century” that is still leaving its impact on New England and the NE corridor from Philly to Maine is coated with the white stuff. While those unfortunate fellows are digging out from under several feet of snow, we had to deal with wind and rain and little else.
Unless you count the flu. Yes, that’s right, the flu. Or maybe you have the norovirus, that’s going around too. Either way, like myself, you are probably feeling less than stellar. I did gather all the right stuff around me as the symptoms hit. Hot tea? Check. Loads of tissue? Check. Blankets to huddle under? Check. Every over the counter cold drug you could buy? Check. Reading material and knitting projects? Check. So what is missing? My ability to focus and stay awake. I have no energy. Sigh. So while I have a schedule for this week, it might be touch and go to stay by it. Let’s see what happens in between doctors appointments, shall we?
Here are the reviews planned:
Monday, Feb. 11: Lessons in Seduction by Charlie Cochrane
Tuesday, Feb. 12: Feeling His Steel by Brynn Paulin
Wed,, Feb. 13: Brothers in Arms by Kendall McKenna
Thurs., Feb. 14: Superpowered Love: Losing Better by Katey Hawthorne
Friday, Feb. 15: The God Hunters by Mark Reed
Saturday, Feb. 16: Reader Questions. If you could talk to an author, what would you ask them?
Meanwhile here is a vid making the rounds that cheered me up. Love the reaction of the older sister. These kids rock.