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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
Welcome to another Weekly Updates post. After a few cooler days, it will jump to the 90s today, and 80s on Sunday. I guess we have to accept these ups and downs.
I didn’t watch much Netflix this week, but I did start Shameless…first episode. I’m also enjoying the Fall TV line-up, and eagerly anticipating that tomorrow night brings the first episode of Divorce, with Sarah Jessica Parker.
I read and reviewed FOUR books this week, all of them so different from one another, bringing my total for the Read the Books You Buy Challenge to 68.
Today I plan to see the movie The Girl on the Train.
Let’s have some coffee and chat about our weeks.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Review: All the Ugly & Wonderful Things (e-book), by Bryn GreenwoodReview: Small Great Things (e-book), by Jodi Picoult (NetGalley – 10/11)Review: Come Find Me (e-book), by Hallie EphronReview: The Dinner (e-book), by Herman Koch***
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
One book I purchased came in the mailbox; I downloaded a NetGalley review book; I received one Amazon Prime freebie; I bought a B & N bargain book; and I purchased two e-books.
Saturday Requiem, by Nicci French (Purchase)
Almost Missed You (e-book), by Jessica Strawser (NetGalley – 3/28/17)
Evelyn, After (e-book), by Victoria Helen Stone
Love Letters, by Debbie Macomber (B & N)
Stealing Jason Wilde (e-book), by Dee Ernst
Commonwealth (e-book), by Ann Patchett
Fractured, by Catherine McKenzie (Amazon Vine)
Faithful (e-book), by Alice Hoffman (NetGalley – 11/1)
That was my week…what did yours look like? Thursday, I enjoyed this Elephant Bar dinner: