Happenings of Week 9 of 2022
This week I thought would be a strong reading week and it was nice having a long weekend with the holiday weekend. But then about mid-way through the week it turned around into something worse but not surprising. I predicted this would happen a year ago and I hate that I was right, while it’s devastating, I can also understand why Putin is doing this. Russia has been pretty insignificant in the past two decades, and so while Putin is an evil human, I also understand some of the motivation of it. I wouldn’t be surprised if China does the same towards Taiwan. I feel for the Ukrainian people who worked so hard to rebuild their country and now they are fighting with their lives to keep their freedom and independence. What really inspired me is their leader who is fighting with their people, and that is the type of leader I wished we had currently. The way these people are banding together, letting go of prejudices or social issues to focus on a higher purpose really humbles me and we could all learn from them and their strength and courage and that we need more men like that in our society willing to stand up and be true leaders and embrace their healthy masculinity. But I am not going to lie I fear that we are going to WWIII, and while its scary, I am also trying to endeavor to still live my life to the fullest and my blood pressure levels are pretty high so I am realizing I can’t focus on this too much and need to balance it out this week.
Bookish Posts in the Week of February 19 through February 26
Book Releases I Anm Excited For
Dark Fire by Ruby Dixon
When He’s Sinful by Suzanne Wright
Rogue Set Match by Manda Collins
Wild Irish Renegade by Tricia O’Malley
Favorite Book of the Week
This book and well really the WHOLE TRILOGY blew my mind!!! I adored every single page of these books.
New Additions at A&R
Texas Bride by Rosanne Bittner
Sommerset House by Kristen Ashley
Penmorth Castle by Kristen Ashley
Surrendering To Hunt by Jennifer Ryan
The Ruthless Gentleman by Louise Bay