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 haven’t participated for a few weeks – my hubby has now been in hospital for 4 weeks. He is feeling somewhat better though, but has a ways to go before possibly rehab.
I did read books 6 books (3 shorter ones) – 2 contemporary romances, a historical romance, a women’s fiction and 2 non-fiction books.

 

Books I read:

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In Five Years by Rebecca Serle. What a enjoyable read. What would you do if you experienced your life for an hour in five years and it wasn’t your present life at all?

 

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Year of No Clutter by Eva Schaub. I ordered this from the library for fun – but I  so enjoyed the humour and the few tips. I really do need to declutter.

 

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Changing Gears by Roseanne Beck. This was a sweet romantic ebook – a quick, enjoyable read.

 

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Summer in Sorrento by Melissa Hill. Another sweet romantic ebook which I enjoyed.

 

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Kind Ella and the Charming Duke by Bridget Barton This was an historical romance/fairy tale retelling and well done as well.

 

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future by Michael J. Fox. Love this actor and enjoyed his memoir.

 

What I’m Reading Now 

Smoke Bitten by Patricia Briggs. The latest Mercy Thompson book arrived and I’ve already started it, even though I have several others to read first. So good so far.

On Writing by Stephen King. Long on my TBR, reading this now as part of a book club

Intercepted by Alexa Martin. Needed for a challenge

What’s Up Next – STILL! and determined to finish them – sometime!
Keep it Moving by Twyla Tharp.
Becoming by Michelle Obama

 

14 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are You reading?

  1. Ah we are so lucky to be just walking around at home, that’s what I think when I think of those confined to a hospital. I always love the idea of decluttering, but never quite get there!

    • I know. But this time I have decided the decluttering will happen and has begun. Have sent 2 carloads of stuff to Goodwill and just n short while ago, sent 3 boxes of kids’ books and crafts with my youngest son.

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