Hosted by Book Journey, this meme also allows us to explore other blogs and discover new books to read.
I didn’t get any books in the mail this week, so I’m skipping the Mailbox Monday portion of this post.
This past week has been an exciting one for me. Not only have I enjoyed my reading, but I had the opportunity to interview Author Michele Cozzens. Her latest book is the very exciting and mystical Irish Twins.
My NaNoWriMo Challenge has given me the chance to start a new project and achieve a goal of 50,000 words in 30 days. Today’s count (at the beginning of the third week) is 31,304 words.
Another event this week involved moving my Out on a Limb blog to Word Press, where it is now called Going Out on a Limb.
With two remaining sites on Blogger (Rainy Days and Mondays and Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow), I think I’m finished with the merging.
Books Read and Reviewed – (Click the title for Review):
1) Outtakes from a Marriage, by Ann Leary
2) My Best Friend’s Girl, by Dorothy Koomson
1) Once in a Blue Moon, by Eileen Goudge
What’s Up Next?
1) Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter, by Tom Franklin
The inspiring story of two friends with very different lives, and what happens when they reconnect after twenty years.
2) Sweet Caroline: Last Child of Camelot, by Christopher Andersen
She is the heiress to a legacy of power, wealth, unfulfilled promise, and unspeakable tragedy. Her father was gunned down before a stunned world forty years ago (fifty years this month), forever changing the course of history. Her mother became the most celebrated American woman of the twentieth century — an icon of style, glamour, and personal courage. Her brother was the most promising Kennedy of his generation — a global heartthrob who was killed when his plane crashed within sight of his mother’s estate on Martha’s Vineyard.Through it all, the sole surviving member of Camelot’s First Family, Caroline Kennedy, has remained largely a mystery. Until now.
What are you reading? What exciting events have you experienced this week? I hope you’ll stop by and share.