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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
After a cooler week, it got hot again, but today will be “down” to 97. Yes, a “cooling trend.” But the nights are cooler, and soon the heat will be in the past.
Labor Day was a quiet one, with books and movies, with one memorable Amazon Video that I loved: The Meddler, with Susan Sarandon and Rose Byrne. A story of a mother who is overly involved in her daughter’s life makes for some fun moments.
Then came a grueling Tuesday, with more dental work. But it’s done, now, so I can focus on forgetting it…lol.
My total in the Read the Books You Buy Challenge has now reached 60! This week, I read and reviewed three books, and I’m now on Books Four and Five, which I don’t expect to finish today.
I finally finished the four seasons of Longmire, and I’m eagerly awaiting Season 5, coming September 23.
I’ve been playing around with new blog headers, as Bloggiesta is on the horizon: September 15.
Let’s grab something caffeinated and talk about the week.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Review: I’ve Got Sand in All the Wrong Places (e-book), by Lisa Scottoline/Francesca Serritella –
Review: It Ends with Us (e-book), by Colleen Hoover
Review: The Sister (e-book), by Louise Jensen
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
One book, from Amazon Vine, appeared in my mailbox! Then I downloaded three books, one of which was an Amazon Prime freebie.
Untethered, by Julie Lawson Timmer (Amazon Vine)
Exhume (e-book), by Danielle Girard (Amazon Prime Freebie)
Watching Edie (e-book), by Camilla Way
Some Tame Gazelle (e-book), by Barbara Pym
WHAT’S UP NEXT? (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
Currently Reading: Girl on the Run, by Daryl Wood Gerber (Author Review Request)
AROUND THE BLOGOSPHERE:
I bookmarked this blog post about The Czech Beer Revolution, by Wide Body Jetsetter (my son)
That’s my week. What special or ordinary moments are you sharing today? Come on by. The strawberry shortcake (below) is a remembrance of the good things of summer, now that it’s almost over.