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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
Sunny days are here again….with temperatures from 93 – 99 (Today through Monday); and the books I’ve read this week were so enjoyable! Only THREE, with one of them a review book, so my Read the Books You Buy Challenge total is now 43.
I’ve gone a little crazy with NetGalley requests lately, not really expecting to get them all right away, but the ones I received are spread out a little bit. I have a total of EIGHT on my Kindle, with release dates in June, July, August, and September.
Netflix is bringing out new seasons for some favorites, like Season III of Bloodline this week. I started watching Midsomer Murders, and I am still glued to an episode at a time of 13 Reasons Why.
On TV, Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal had their season finales this week. I am enjoying Season III of Better Call Saul.
So….that’s a peek at my week. Let’s take a closer look…
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
One purchased book was in my mailbox; my inbox brought two NetGalley review books; and I downloaded three e-books that I bought.
NetGalley Review Books:
Emma in the Night (e-book), by Wendy Walker (8/8/17)
Beach House for Rent (e-book), by Mary Alice Monroe (6/20/17)
Purchased Print Book: (Mailbox)
Dangerous Crossing, by Rachel Rhys
Say You’re Sorry (e-book), by Melinda Leigh
Same Beach, Next Year (e-book), by Dorothea Benton Frank
It’s Always the Husband (e-book), by Michele Campbell
WHAT’S UP NEXT?
Currently Reading: Secrets in Summer, by Nancy Thayer (Amazon Vine Review)
On My List:
Into the Water (e-book), by Paula Hawkins
The Breakdown (e-book), by B. A. Paris (NetGalley – 6/20/17)
That was my week. What did yours look like? I had lunch at The Yard House with my daughter on Monday…but forgot to photograph it! Instead, here is this lunch I had at home before heading to the salon on Wednesday. Greek Yogurt, Ritz Crackers, and red wine. Eating simple food while gazing at my growing book stack…again.