Friday, April 22, 2022

Sunday Post #449



Another week of not much reading. I have tons of books coming though- there are so many I want to read.      

I had the date of Dorothy's concert wrong- they're actually playing THIS week. How do I lose a week? 馃槑 And walking tours resume.   


   
Song of the week


PULP COVER OF THE WEEK: 


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  1. Here's to the Dorothy馃挄❤️馃挄 maybe it's bet to watch just by video than having to be with all that mass of people. Drinking a grapefruit margarita (they were out of limes at the grocery store) at the moment..=) Warm and windy here. Hope you get some of that reading done. But you know, I have a lot of reading waiting for me too.

    Thanks so much for your comments. Hoping you have a good weekend. May the music inspire you and you'll start a fantasy. Which I shall confess, the Wuxia I have found online doesn't quite do it for me. So hopefully, I'll back to my own..soon. At the moment, I have them stuck in a cave trying to decipher ways to find their inner energy. I am put off a bit with Song and his Condor Heros at the moment. I know now I liked his Demi-Gods and Semi-devils better.

    https://caitlinnmegan.blogspot.com/

    https://itmeansnothingtome.blogspot.com/

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    1. OK, I hope you won't be upset with me but..here's my review of The Paris Apartment...

      http://bonjourivyparker.blogspot.com/2022/04/the-paris-apartment.html

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    2. Thanks for reading the review. Thanks for commenting. At the moment I am reading Neel Patal's Tell Me How To Be. No mystery, I'm afraid, but I like the characters in this.

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    3. Oh, I notice it isn't in your reviews..but have you read Silent Patient? by Alex Michaelides

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    4. Gonna watch the latest by Sarsgaard today. Hopefully, I can manage through it. I hear its quite the long movie.

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  2. Oooh, cherry blossoms are alway so lovely to see.

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  3. Divierte este fin de semana. Me encantaron los videos. Te mando un beso.

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  4. I love that pulp cover. It's a tree? It's a space ship? It's a Castle? Its a town! All in one.

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  5. I also have a lot to read, but in autumn and winter reading is better - now the sun, spring and so many opportunities to spend time outside.

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  6. "Another week of not much reading. I have tons of books coming though- there are so many I want to read."
    Too much LOTR online games? LOL.

    Losing weeks is allowed when we get...um...more mature 馃槀 馃槶.

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  7. I lose days and weeks all the time lately! ;D

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  8. It has been a hot minute, Greg. :)

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  9. Wait, wait! Do you live in Japan? Or am I missing something with you showing the sakura trees in Japan? The reason I'm asking and I'm so excited is that I'm learning Japanese and I've always wanted to go to Japan and I've loved the Japanese culture since I was a young child.

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  10. Love the cherry blossoms! My reading has not been great lately but there are so many great books that I need to get to. Have a wonderful week!

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  11. Enjoy the concert! Hopefully, you get your reading mojo back soon.

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  12. I love the return of the art pieces, I love that style in that image. Very reminiscent of Studio Ghibli!

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  13. Wow, updated cherry blossom walk. I guess I will just have to make do with apple blossom irl.
    That spaceship/tree/building art is beautiful.
    Charlotte's Books

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  14. Sorry to hear you didn't read that much again this week, but exciting to hear lots of new books are coming your way! Take care and happy reading in the coming week! 馃檪

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  15. I love cherry blossoms, or all blossoms to be honest. But my boyfriend is so allergic to it!!

    Hvae a great week :)

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  16. Can't wait for you to get your new book haul! Sounds like you had a busy week. Enjoy!

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  17. I think I have lost more than a week...where the heck did April go!!! Hope you enjoy your books when you get to reading!

    Have a great week and happy reading!
    Stormi
    Week in review

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  18. Hi Greg! This week really flew by for my as well. We are in the last week of April and I have no idea how we got here.

    Have a good week ahead and those cherry tree blossoms are gorgeous indeed.

    Elza Reads

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  19. Great pulp cover! Enjoy your week, and hopefully you won't miss anything else, LOL.

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  20. Sometimes being a book reader is a curse when there are so many books we want to read!!!

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  21. Ahh, the cherry blossoms! ::heart eyes:: There is actually a park here in NJ and supposedly the cherry blossoms there rival the ones in Japan!

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  22. The trees are in full bloom and it looks gorgeous. No matter where I look. Happy reading, Greg.

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  23. I'm Bonnie. New to Sunday Post and stopping by to say hi. I love the cherry blossoms! I've been lucky enough to go to Japan a few times, but only once was during cherry blossom season.

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  24. The cherry blossom is stunning, I'd love to go to Japan to see it in person. I hope you enjoy those books.

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  25. I hear you on the days passing by quickly! Hope you enjoy the books you plan on reading. Those cherry blossoms are gorgeous! :)

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  26. I lose time all the time 馃ぃ no idea where it goes 馃槀

    Hope you had a great weekend

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
    https://budgettalesblog.wordpress.com/2022/04/24/sunday-post-28/

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  27. It is cherry blossom season, they are so pretty to look at! Time keeps slipping by me too. But I keep signing up for too many review books, I've got to slow myself down. Hope you have a good week!

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  28. Great pulp cover! I hope you have a great week!

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  29. Enjoy the concert and those new reads! I was between big projects so I read a lot.

    Anne - Books of My Heart

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  30. Well I did a ton of reading but that's because I was recovering from surgery and had nothing better to do LOL

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  31. I love the videos and the cherry blossoms!

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  32. April's very busy in Japan because of the cherry blossoms. They must get a lot of tourists too at this time.

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  33. Sorry you haven't been able to read much lately. Love that rocket/treehouse/castle, though! :-)

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  34. The cherry blossoms are lovely. They are quite a thing here in Oregon as well. The Portland Waterfront is lined with these trees and my hometown of Salem is known for their blossoms.

    Have a great week! - Melinda @ A Web of Stories

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  35. I've heard of Dorothy, but I haven't listened to this particular song before. Time to make some changes to my playlist. :-)

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  36. We all have tons of books we want to read... but got to be in the right mood and space to read them!!

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  37. I would love to visit Japan in cherry blossom season

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  38. I hope you get a chance to read during week Greg!

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  39. Ooo a book haul! Those are always fun!

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  40. Can't believe April is almost over! It is not just weeks we lose track of, it is now months! Cherry Blossoms are so beautiful, brings us right to Spring! Hope we get there and stay there soon! This up and down is getting old. Have a great week.

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  41. Hope you get back to reading soon! Have a great week!

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  42. I've been doing a lot of reading but not the books I should be reading. I'm falling behind on my stack of review books. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

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  43. Hopefully you're reading picks up soon. I usually find when I'm at the point of not reading but discovering new books I really want to chekc out is the point where I'm almost ready to pick up something new... just a case of finding the perfect book to start.

    And I'm the same with losing time. I thought we had more weeks left in April but we're practically in May already. Where does the time go I ask you?

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  44. I've never heard of Dorothy. They sounds a bit more intense than what I usually listen to. LOL Gorgeous cherry blossoms on that tour!

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  45. I had a seriously lazy week lol No reading, no blogging, no commenting.

    I'll see if I can turn this ship around this week lol


    Karen @For What It's Worth

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  46. I hope you find some good books to read.

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  47. Nice walking tour! Cherry blossom season is my favorite. Pre Covid, we used to go up to D.C. to see them blooming on the National Mall.

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  48. I tried to comment earlier today using my iPad during my dinner break at work, but for some reason I couldn't post under my Google account, even though I was logged in. Now I've forgotten what I was going to say! I hope you enjoy the books you're looking forward to and that you've come to the end of your reading slump.

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  49. Hope you are having a good week so far. I've been working my way through A Court of Silver Flames. I like it, but it's a long one!

    Lauren @ www.shootingstarsmag.net

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  50. it's so easy to lose track of time. glad to hear you have lots of good books coming your way
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  51. I haven't been reading much either but I sure have been buying a lot lol I hope you have a great week!

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  52. Yay for the walking tours! Hope you'll enjoy the Dorothy concert and the books that are on the way :)

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  53. Tons of books huh? Read some Horror lately? I'll be restocking soon and will try to include some of the Cthulhu Mythos from the other authors.

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  54. I see a week (or weeks) of not reading is happening to lots of people (me included), Greg. It's not just you so don't feel bad, it's a stressful time for everyone and we should deal with it with what makes us feel good at the moment <3 Speaking of, I see you posted a video of cherry blossoms and I wanted to let you know that I actually went to enjoy that splendid view a couple of weeks ago! I recently posted a pic and a video about that on my Instagram account, I just LOVE them and I like to spread some joy with them :)

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  55. Sigh, I hear you on not enough reading -- but after guilt-tripping myself quite a lot, I have just decided to take it easy and watch more shows till the reading bug comes back!
    That pulp cover has a lot of stuff going on -- totally a story on its own. It's lovely.
    Hope you've been well! ~Lex (lexlingua.co)

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  56. I love the artwork at the end. Its so beautiful.
    Also to answer your question (that you left on my blog), I couldn't figure out how to get LOTR online to work at the end. Do you know of any tips to get it to work because it didn't seem to work on my computer.
    -Quinley

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  57. We used to go to the Cherry Blossom Festival in Rochester NY every year when I was a kid, and I have always wanted to go to Japan during that time, too. 馃尭馃挳馃尭馃挳馃尭馃挳馃尭馃挳馃尭

    I hope you are having a great week. 馃尀

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  58. LOL I lose time frequently! On the plus, you get to be excited for the concert twice! I hope it was/will be great!

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  59. LOVE the last picture! And that's okay, I had the date of The Wilds wrong heh- or they moved it, maybe Dorothy moved on you! 馃槀 Glad it was awesome though! And ugh, I want to go to Japan more every time you share one of these! One day, I hope!

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  60. Dorothy and walking tours. You really can't go wrong there!

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  61. me ha encantado ver los arboles de Jap贸n, sin duda es un gran espectaculo de la naturaleza

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