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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
I had a good week of reading, viewing, and visiting blogs. I read and reviewed three books, wrote seven posts, and skipped around between Hulu and Amazon Prime for some movies. Like Apple Tree Yard, based on a book I read a few years ago. And We Were the Mulvaneys, based on a Joyce Carol Oates book. I’ve watched it before, but I am in the mood for revisiting old favorites.
On Hulu, I’m up to date on Mrs. America, which definitely reminds me of the 70s and the ERA bracelets we once wore. We all hated Phyllis Schlafly, lol.
My mug collection is growing. Here are a few on my desk. You might also notice my little VW bug paperweight:
Yes, I am a little OCD.
So…let’s grab some more coffee (here’s a favorite photo of another collectible mug, one that, sadly, didn’t make the move!) and take a closer look at the week.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Empty mailbox! But I downloaded three e-books.
Little Secrets, by Jennifer Hillier
Truths I Never Told You, by Kelly Rimmer
Pretty Things, by Janelle Brown
The New Girl, by Harriet Walker – A NetGalley ARC for a 5/19 book release…
“This debut thriller reads like The Devil Wears Prada meets Single White Female. I couldn’t put it down.”—Catherine Steadman, author of Something in the Water and Mr. Nobody
She’s borrowed your life. But what if she decides to keep it?
That was my week, and overall, it was a good one. As long as we forget the fact that we are living in scary times. But we only have to take one day at a time…and read! And watch movies and shows. I did enjoy this lunch the other day: turkey, stuffing, and strawberry/rhubarb pie.