It’s Monday! What are You reading?

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

I have continued to write every day and still working on stories, and on a memoir.

As I get closer to the end of the year , I am trying hard to finishe several of the reading challenges I participate in and I got a few read for them this month.

II read 7 books– 2 historical romance novels, a romance, a non-fiction, a woman’s fiction, an historical fiction and an inspirational reread.

The Forgotten Cottage by Courtney Ellis. I loved this dual timeline novel. This was for a challenge read (WWI novel) but it was the favourite of the month. Ellis is a new to me author who I will definitely read again.

Santa Cruise by Fern Michaels. Read this for a challenge and did enjoy it.

Rebirth by Kate Brenton, I read this for a WOW blog tour as I will be reviewing it on the 8th. I really enjoyed it – found this non-fiction to be quite inspirational at times.

The Boy, the Mole , the Fox and the Horse by Charlie Mackesy. This was my inspirational reread and I LOVE it. I follow the author on Instagram and know that I will reread this book every year.

The Seduction of Lady Phoebe by Ella Quinn. An historical romance I enjoyed, by another a new to me author who I will read again.

The Merry Mishap by Ruth Pendleton. An enjoyable contemporary romance novella.

What a Lady Needs for Christmas by Grace Burrowes – another enjoyable read by one of my favourite authors.

What I’m Reading Now 

The Idea of Love by Patti Callahan Henry

Lady Jenny’s Christmas Portrait by Grace Burrowes

What I am Reading Next

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah (found it!)

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

  1. Nice looking assortment of books. I don’t do any challenges except the one at Goodreads which I’ve increased three time and will still outperform unless I increase it again. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

  2. I’m doing the same, finishing up reading challenges! 😊Wow! You did quite a bit of reading!
    Interesting that you read a WWI novel, as I usually hear about WWII books. I’ll have to check this one out! Rebirth also sounds interesting. I enjoyed Callahan’s Once Upon a Wardrobe.
    Happy reading to you! Good luck with those challenges!

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