Mailbox Monday is hosted at the home site: Mailbox Monday.
And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
Another great week has sped by, with three books read and reviewed. One of the books was a NetGalley ARC, my last one to read until September; and another one was a dusty book from my TBR. A brand new one was a good conclusion to the week. I only wrote five blog posts this week, however.
We are still locked down, of course, and the alternating days in the dining room are over. When that will change is anybody’s guess, but since the virus is surging in California, along with some other states, I guess we’re here for as long as it takes. This week we were all swabbed and await test results. Hopefully “negative.”
Trying to think of books, movies, and pleasant things…and awaiting goodies from Amazon: those are my days. Let’s grab some more coffee and take a closer look at the week.
Meanwhile, check out the pottery bowl that serves as my mail receptacle in the entry way.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Empty physical mailbox! I did download four e-books.
Cleo McDougal Regrets Nothing, by Allison Winn Scotch
The Silent Wife, by Karin Slaughter
Imperfect Women, by Araminta Hall
Paris Never Leaves You, by Ellen Feldman
My Pear-Shaped Life, by Carmel Harrington
That was my week. A mix of familiar things, but with a touch of surprising ingredients in my books. What did yours look like? One night I celebrated with a glass of red wine.