The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba at Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
What's Happened on the Center Stage
- The first review in a series of reviews of Queen Victoria's Book of Spells-An Anthology of Gaslamp Fantasy by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling.
- Updated my reading challenges. Find out many pages I've read to my goal of 20,000 pages!
- Updated my Oscars Edition of Waiting on Wednesday.
- Feature & Follow Friday #189 gave me a chance to show my emotional side.
- This week's quote of the week is about setting expectations.
- Props and a several nods of agreement when I read Alison's post about How TV Turned Me Into a Reader. I wouldn't have even attempted Martin's Fire and Ice Series if I hadn't seen the HBO series first. Being a reader has also opened me up to shows I didn't look twice at a few years ago like Supernatural and Doctor Who. Reading isn't about genres, as Alison points outs about sci-fi, it's about the human condition. Perhaps that is why dystopian fiction has taken off recently, it shows us the best and worst of the human condition.
- Mulled over Entertainment Geekly: The New Rules of Spoilers.
- With a name like Terri, I really identified with the BuzzFeed List that Rainbow Rowell tweeted: 16 Things Only People With Unique Names Will Understand.
- Still thinking about my summer vacation and wishing these libraries were real.
- Check out Bea's Book Nook: February Kindle Fire HDX Giveaway. Ends on 02/28/2014.
- As a Whovian, I couldn't resist sharing this image that was posted via Facebook this week.
- Watching: The West Wing Season 2, Supernatural Season 2, Grimm Season 3, The Big Bang Theory Season 7, The House of Cards Season 2, The Game of Thrones Season 3, Downton Abbey Season 4
- Reading or Read: Queen Victoria's Book of Spells: An Anthology of Gaslamp Fantasy edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Attachments by Rainbow Rowell, Allegiant by Veronica Roth
- Had a great time at the Fill Your Bucket Final Party at the Marion Public Library. Came away a winner! I can now treat myself to a morning at Wit's End and my favorite book.
What did you read or watch this week? Anything good? Something I should add to my to-read or to-watch list?