Good morning! Today’s post will link up to The Sunday Salon, The Sunday Post and Stacking the Shelves, for weekly updates.
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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
A lovely week of sunshine, offering a great mix of outings and time to curl up indoors. With a Kindle, you can head off anywhere to read. I managed to read and review three books this week, and they were all completely engaging. I viewed my usual favorite shows, including The Act on Hulu and The Good Fight on CBS-All Access. On Thursday, I hung out with my daughter at the salon for my “styling,” followed by lunch with my youngest son, visiting this week from the Far North.
I struggled with blog commenting, a recent development that seemed to come out of nowhere. I finally turned to the Google Chrome browser for most of my blog hopping. It works…and I’m learning how to navigate there.
This week brought FOUR review books. So, more about that, and my reading…after you grab some coffee with me and take a closer look.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Tuesday Excerpts: “Sunset Beach”
Tuesday Potpourri: A Surreal Week So Far…
A Hump Day with Books…
Coffee Chat: Books, Sentimental Objects, and Family…
Thursday Potpourri: Discoveries & Remembrances…
Friday Potpourri: NetGalley ARC Bonanza…
Bookish Friday: “My Lovely Wife”
Review: The Perfect Girlfriend, by Karen HamiltonReview: Never Tell, by Lisa GardnerReview: Stillhouse Lake, by Rachel Caine
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
One book came in my physical mailbox…and three came via inbox from NetGalley. Then I downloaded two purchases.
Emily, Gone, by Bette Lee Crosby (Author Review Request)
Seven Letters (e-book), by J.P. Monninger (NG-10/8/19)
We Are All Good People Here (e-book), by Susan Rebecca White (NG-8/6/19)
After the End (e-book), by Clare Mackintosh (NG-6/25/19)
Before She Was Found (e-book), by Heather Gudenkauf
The Better Sister, by Alafair Burke
Currently reading a Review ARC from NetGalley:
Sunset Beach, by Mary Kay Andrews – (Release Date – 5/7/19)
Then I will grab my little notebook and pick some more books for the week. It will be like opening a present.
That was my week. What did yours look like? Last night, I felt like having an Easter turkey dinner…in advance. I brought half the plate home for today’s lunch: