It’s Monday! What are You Reading?

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It’s time once again for Kathryn’s weekly meme “It’s Monday! What are You Reading? “, at Book Date, where we share what we’re reading and have read over the past week.

What I Read Last Week
I read books 6 adult books (and 6 picture books, part of my pb study) – 1 paranormal, 2 woman’s fiction, and 3 contemporary romances.

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Shifting Shadows by Patricia Briggs. This was an anthology of stories, mostly from the Mercy Thompson world, a world I was so glad to re-enter. All enjoyable.

 

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One by Jewel E. Ann. I found this ebook difficult to put down – and loved the characters, dialogue and humour. A great romance (with some heat!) too.

 

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The Bright Side of Disaster by Katherine Center. Another great book by this author who I admire.  (Favourite of the week)

 

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Forever My Love by Mona Ingram. I have read a number of romance novellas by Ingram, from this series and have enjoyed them all.

 

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More to Life by ReShonda Tate Billingsley. This was an okay read although I did like the message of following your dream.

 

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What If? By Dani Wyatt. Another just okay read, although it met a category for Popsugar.

What I’m Reading Now (I’ve got several books on the go now)
Come Away With Me by Karma Brown
The Prayer Box by Lisa Wingate
The Book of Ichigo Ichie by Hector Garcia and Frances Miralles
Then There Was You by Miranda Liasson

What’s Up Next – STILL!
Keep it Moving by Twyla Tharp. Still reading a bit at a time
Becoming by Michelle Obama

 

11 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are You Reading?

  1. Nice variety of books. I had to check to see if I had Shifting Shadows and discovered that not only did I have it but I’ve already read it too. Reading nearly 300 books a year means that some slip from my memory, I guess. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

    • Thanks I am really fortunate – to be retired and finally get to read – something I didn’t much of as a full-time teacher for 30+ years. It is a blessing for sure.

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