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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
Welcome to another September weekend! As I sit in my office sipping coffee, I am pondering the busy week I had. Four books read and reviewed, and eight blog posts! Whew! I most have found some energy. Could it be the slightly cooler days? Well, “slightly” is the key word, since it will be in the upper 90s again today. My book haul is huge this week, too, with THREE new NetGalley ARCs, a new library book, and some purchases. Just so you know: I am loving Paige, my new Oasis.
On Netflix, I’m enjoying Season 6 of Wentworth and Season 2 of Ozark. I haven’t made much progress on either…probably because of all my reading and blog posting.
On Wednesday, I had coffee with a friend, and we chatted for a few hours about life, books, and the daily annoyances in the world that we are trying to ignore. As always, we felt supported and refreshed.
So…what else? Well, grab some more coffee, and let’s take a closer look.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Review: Now That You Mention It (e-book), by Kristan HigginsReview: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine (e-book), by Gail Honeyman – (Library Book)Review: The Other Woman (e-book), by Sandie JonesReview: Lush (e-book), by Kerry Cohen
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
Empty physical mailbox! But…I received THREE NetGalley ARCs and one library book. Then I purchased THREE e-books.
An Anonymous Girl (e-book), by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen (NG – 1/8/19)
Forget You Know Me (e-book), by Jessica Strawser – (NG – 2/5/19)
A Year of Extraordinary Moments (e-book), by Bette Lee Crosby – (NG – 10/16/18)
The President Is Missing (e-book), by Bill Clinton and James Patterson
Good Luck with That (e-book), by Kristan Higgins
The Golden State (e-book), by Lydia Kiesling
Cross Her Heart (e-book), by Sarah Pinborough
I’m planning to start the library book, The President Is Missing, since it has 513 pages.
So…that was my week…what did yours look like? The other night, I had my usual pot pie at Marie Callender’s…and took home this slice of pumpkin pie to eat at home while reading on Paige. I am ready for fall!