Sunday Post was conceived by Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
Also this week I took part in the #OctoberFrights blog hop, found some great new blogs and writer/blogger friends and added a few blog posts to the mix myself.
And I picked up a few books.
Struck by Clarissa Johal
Which I found via the hop, and
Tapas, Carrot Cake and a Corpse (A Charlotte Denver Cozy Mystery, Culinary Cozy Mystery Book 1) by Sherri Bryan
I did a take a few pictures this week. A pretty sunset, that I saw while driving that, by the time I got parked and out of the car, moved behind a cloud. *sigh*
Went from bright pink to dull gray blue. But at least I got to see it.
Also a little factoid related to my Gothic novel Lady of the Tarot, today is the anniversary of the beheading of Marie Antoinette, in 1793 during the French Revolution.
So… hail the queen, as my grandmother used to say (except she meant Elizabeth, but it fits)!
Blog posts for the week:
October Frights Blog hop final and a giveaway. (The giveaway ends tomorrow, if you’d like to put your name in the hat–tonight at midnight, I’d say. Because rafflecopter has tricked me before.)
a blog post about my zombie novelette being free (which it isn’t anymore so…read the post if you like, but the freebie day is over.)
A guest post by fantasy and paranormal romance author Marsha A. Moore about her Witch’s Cursed Cabin sale.
And a post about her new book Blood Ice and Oak Moon.
And finally, the hop’s first day article, When is Death not Death.