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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
What a week! Some rain, but mostly sunshine…and a lot of wind. With a jury summons hanging over my head, I tried to plan the week without missing out on things I wanted to do. In the end, I requested and was granted a postponement.
Reading and reviewing FOUR engaging books brought my total in the Read the Books You Buy Challenge to TWENTY-ONE.
Some of my week’s activities included a spa day, with more silver added to my hair…after a very relaxing massage.
I also obsessively changed up some lamps in my space. I now enjoy this one that stands atop my desk, smaller and giving just enough light:
On Thursday, I signed my tax documents…and have only a small additional amount to pay to the IRS…and a tiny refund from the state. Hopefully I won’t have to wait for six months this time!
In my evenings, I enjoyed some of my favorite shows, like How To Get Away with Murder’s Season Finale...and a movie I found On Demand, which has been nominated for an Oscar: Manchester by the Sea. It was wonderful!
No time for Netflix this week…maybe this weekend. I will record the Oscars, as I have discovered that the boring parts are best viewed afterwards, when I can fast-forward sections I do not enjoy.
Let’s lift our cups of caffeinated (or sparkling beverage) and chat about the week.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Review: Right Behind You (e-book), by Lisa GardnerReview: The Trophy Child (e-book), by Paula Daly – (NetGalley – 3/7/17)Review: The Best Awful, by Carrie FisherReview: Rainy Day Women (e-book, Book 2), by Kay Kendall
AROUND THE BLOGOSPHERE:
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
No mailbox books or review book downloads…BUT, I did purchase three downloads.
A Separation (e-book), by Katie Kitamura
The Mother’s Promise (e-book), by Sally Hepworth
A Piece of the World (e-book), by Christina Baker Kline
WHAT’S UP NEXT?
Currently Reading: Never Let You Go (e-book), by Chevy Stevens (NetGalley- 3/14/17)
Then…a series of possibilities, like these:
How Will I Know You?, by Jessica Treadway (Amazon Vine Review)
The Good Neighbor (e-book), by A. J. Banner
And that was my week. What did yours look like? I hope to take my reading over to one of my favorite restaurants…and relax. Maybe this one: