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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
Another weekend already! The week flew by, and I cannot tell you much of what happened…except that I read and reviewed FOUR BOOKS, bringing my Challenge total to 94…and wrote ELEVEN blog posts. What was I thinking? On Friday, we had a little rain. Just enough to turn the fallen leaves soggy…and perhaps to clear some of the dust from the air. Hopefully the rain that came to Northern California late this week will help contain the wildfires, but it feels like “too little too late.”
As for TV viewing, it was great to have the Thursday lineup back...and I tried the Dynasty reboot on Wednesdays…but quickly dismissed it, deleting it from my DVR schedule. It is nothing like the first series, except for some of the names of the characters. If they are going to “pretend” that a show is a reboot, they really should create something that bears a slight resemblance to the original. ‘Nuff said.
Let’s talk about the week, and in the photo (below), I’ll share my nod to the upcoming Halloween season:
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Review: Her Last Goodbye (e-book, Morgan Dane #2), by Melinda LeighReview: Lie to Me (e-book), by J. T. EllisonReview: Keep Her Safe (e-book), by Sophie HannahReview: Sleep Like a Baby (e-book, Aurora Teagarden Mystery), by Charlaine Harris***
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
Nothing came in my physical mailbox…but I did receive a NetGalley review book. Then I downloaded three e-books.
The Wife Between Us (e-book), by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen (NG – Release Date -1/9/18)
Cold As Ice (e-book, Country Club Murders #6), by Julie Mulhern
The Last Mrs. Parrish (e-book), by Liv Constantine
Seven Days of Us (e-book), by Francesca Hornak
Currently Reading: Odd Child Out (e-book), by Gilly McMillan
And then…wherever my moods take me!
That was my week…what did yours look like? On Friday night, I took myself to my favorite neighborhood spot, CPK, for soup and margaritas…and this delicious pumpkin cheesecake dessert, with Irish Coffee: