Welcome to another Monday from the Interior, in which we share about the books we received in the mail (or bought), and talk about our bookish week, past and future.
For April, Mailbox Monday is hosted by Cindy’s Love of Books.
Sheila, at Book Journey, brings us What Are You Reading?
Okay, I’ve totally gone nuts! Yes, my mailbox (and my Kindle) have so many titles it will take forever to list them! So…I’m going to link the titles/photos to the product pages for more info. First, the review books:
1. Reel Life, by Jackie Townsend (from the author)
2. The Investigation of Ariel Warning, by Robert Kalich (publisher)
3. The World Without You, by Joshua Henkin (Amazon Vine)
4. Heartbroken, by Lisa Unger (Amazon Vine)
Now for my purchases:
5. This Time Together, by Carol Burnett
6. Sister, by Rosamund Lupton
7. Restless Souls, by Alisa Statman with Brie Tate
8. The Good Father (e-book), by Diane Chamberlain
9. The Red Book (e-book), by Diane Copaken Kogan
10. Ninepins (e-book), by Rosy Thornton
Whoa! Somebody should have crippled my “clicking” finger! lol
That’s it for the week, though….
WHAT ARE YOU READING?
It’s been a wonderful springy week…but I still got in some reading and blogging.
I did the usual memes, and then I wrote Tuesday Potpourri: More Bookish Delights and Organizational Tidbits.
After working on my edits of Interior Designs for awhile, I posted an excerpt here at Snow Chronicles: Trying to Find the Bright Spot in a Sea of Heartache.
Review: The Accidental, by Ali Smith
Review: The Beginner’s Goodbye, by Anne Tyler
Review: The Good Life, by Jay McInerney
Review: Love in a Nutshell (e-book), by Janet Evanovich/Dorien Kelly
So now I’m ready for the new week! (Click titles or covers for more info)
1. Big City Eyes, by Delia Ephron (From my TBR Stacks)
2. The Guy Not Taken (short stories), by Jennifer Weiner (Another one from the stacks)
3. HRH, by Danielle Steel (And still another gift from the TBR stacks)
4. Dead Witness (e-book), by Joylene Nowell Butler (from author friend)
That’s my week. And, now that my patio is cleaned up (as I wrote about in my Weekend Potpourri post), I can go out there, put my feet up, and read.
What are your plans for the week?