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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
For a holiday week, I got a lot done. Well, sort of. LOL. I finished my third book of the week this morning, and as I savored the moments with the MC, I realized how much I enjoy that kind of book. I love my thrillers, but I am inspired by novels that I can sink into and connect with the characters.
I am ready for First Books of the Year! I have my book, and I’ve sent off my photo. On Tuesday morning, I will publish the post that reveals all. I love this event! Thanks, Sheila.
Earlier this week, on Christmas morning, I enjoyed brunch with family and friends. Quiche, coffee cake, fruit, and Mimosas…the perfect way to celebrate.
For the rest of the week, I have stayed indoors except for necessary shopping…and curled up with my books.
I did write some blog posts: seven of them. And I enjoyed Netflix, finishing Season 3 of Wanted and allowed myself to be terrified by Bird Box.
As we grab another cup of coffee or beverage, let’s take a closer look.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
Empty mailbox! I did download one new e-book.
Our Little Lies (e-book), by Sue Watson
I’m currently reading Sophie Last Seen, a review book by Marlene Adelstein.
And my First Book of the Year will be unveiled on 1/1/19, right here on this blog.
That was my week…and with a New Year ahead, I am eager to make changes in my reading, as well as in following my One Word (Connect), which was almost an epic fail this past year. Yes, I maintained my online connections, and tried to stay in touch with family and friends…but I didn’t join a book club as planned, nor did I develop new connections.
What did your week (and year) look like? Here is a delicious brunch I had earlier this week: Pain Perdu with mixed berries, from Mimi’s. And a delicious Mimosa.