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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
Turning the calendars in my house to September was a cheery thing. I love fall, and I am now visualizing it. Isn’t visualizing a thing you want a good way to get it? Or not, since it is still triple digits here. But that’s okay, as I know that falling leaves signal the upcoming crispy season. Now I’m also visualizing apples, pumpkins, and cooler weather.
My reading was all over the place this week, as I picked up print books from my nightstand, and then turned to my Kindle for more, a peripatetic cycle that finally led to the completion of three books. My Read the Books You Buy Total: 78.
My purchased books for the month of August exceeded the numbers in previous months, totaling 17 books, my highest number since January when I bought 19 books! I had been patting myself on the back for decreasing numbers in May, June, and July...but then I went wild.
Today I plan to curl up and read some of my books…and stay off the Amazon site. LOL.
On TV, I continued watching The Sinner; caught another show about Princess Diana; and started a new series on Netflix with Kathy Bates: Disjointed. I added a show called What Happened to Monday to my queue. I may settle down with a few of these over the weekend.
Now…while we grab some coffee, let’s take a closer look at last week.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
I received ONE purchased book in my physical mailbox…and downloaded three e-books.
Did You See Melody?, by Sophie Hannah
My Absolute Darling (e-book), by Gabriel Tallent
The Burning Girl (e-book), by Claire Messud
I’ll Have What She’s Having (e-book), by Erin Carlson
Currently Reading: Z: A Novel of Zelda, by Therese Anne Fowler
The Truth We Bury (e-book), by Barbara Taylor Sissel
Lies She Told (e-book), by Cate Holahan (NetGalley – 9/12)
That was my week…what did yours look like? Check out my salad and margarita, from a few days ago….Pippa was enjoying the ambience of the restaurant.