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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
This week, I was determined to lighten up my reading, hoping to distract myself in a pleasant way. I knew that I would also want some kind of mystery to read, too. I succeeded on both counts…but it took all week to read and review two books. Not that unusual lately, however.
I wrote only four blog posts, a definitely underwhelming event.
Around the residence, there have been daily changes in our routines and limitations, so I holed up part of the time in my apartment rearranging the furniture. The space is small, but I had been thinking of how I wanted my space to look. I moved the computer from the back wall next to the TV…to a corner by the window. And rearranged the other furniture around it.
So while I was rearranging things and reading my books, I could almost forget about how isolated I am feeling right now. Blogging and reading do help. Then I watched the new Little Women movie on Amazon Prime.
Amazon packages continue to arrive regularly. Let’s take a closer look at the week:
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
I received four books in my physical mailbox…and downloaded one purchased e-book.
And They Called It Camelot, by Stephanie Marie Thornton
A Good Neighborhood, by Therese Anne Fowler
My Dark Vanessa, by Kate Elizabeth Russell
The Operator, by Gretchen Berg
The Sea of Lost Girls, by Carol Goodman
For a few weeks, I have been reading Wallis in Love, by Andrew Morton. Since I only pick it up between my other books, I am only about halfway finished. But I’m enjoying it.
This week I also want to read The Other Mrs., by Mary Kubica.
That was my week. What did yours look like? I have no goodies to share this week, but I think fondly of this pumpkin pie and ice cream treat I had a while ago.