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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
Another week flew by almost seamlessly, but my reading was lackluster. Only two books read and reviewed. They were good ones, though, and I can only blame my compulsions for other things. I did write six blog posts, however. At least I am not writing this update late in the evening. I will be heading to the dining room shortly for our “socially distanced” dinner.
I also found a miniseries to enjoy on Netflix: Tales of the City. Set in SF, it is based on the books by Armistead Maupin.
I finished fixing up my closet this week. I had moved the Jelly Cupboard into the entry way, arranged all my clothes in the closet (some of them had been folded away and others had been on my hall tree). The final piece of the task was hanging a curtain on a rod to conceal my wardrobe.
Now let’s take a closer look at the week.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
One book came in my physical mailbox, and another came from NetGalley. I also downloaded two e-books.
Open House, by Elizabeth Berg – (Replacement Copy for Reread)
Take It Back, by Kia Abdullah (NG – 12/8/20)
The Girl from Widow Hills, by Megan Miranda
The Swap, by Robyn Harding
CURRENTLY READING: I am just beginning to read a NetGalley ARC for a book coming out on July 7. The Golden Cage, by Camilla Lackberg.
That was my week. What did yours look like? And because restaurant dining is still a future event, I found another photo from the past that I am savoring. Three years ago, I enjoyed this corn chowder and a cocktail at Mimi’s.