Dec 022012
 

This great meme is hosted by Sheila at
Book Journey”.
It’s a great way to start the week and
find out what other bloggers are reading.
My To-Be-Read pile has grown to an
unbelievable number thanks to this meme.

IT WAS A WONDERFUL WEEK!!

Here’s my recap and plan for this week.

*All books are linked to Amazon

FINISHED

A Killer Maize (A Farmers’ Market Mystery)

Release Date: December 4
Paige Will Be My Guest This Week For Cozy Wednesday!

The Prophet: A Shepherd Thriller

Virtual Tour Stops Here ThisThursday

Mistletoe, Merriment, and Murder (Ellie Avery Mysteries)

Review Coming Soon

CURRENTLY READING

Deadly Gamble: The First Charlie Parker Mystery

The Final Book For My Where Are You Reading? Challenge!!!

ON DECK

Thread on Arrival: An Embroidery Mystery

Amanda Lee Will Be Here Next Week For Cozy Wednesday!

Beeline to Trouble (A Queen Bee Mystery)

Hits Stores Tomorrow!!

The Cat Who Came Back for Christmas: How a Cat Brought a Family the Gift of Love

For Review

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Happy Reading Everyone!!!

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  8 Responses to “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?”

  1. The Cat Who Came Back For Christmas sounds sweet, perfect for this time of the year. Have a wonderful week and happy reading 🙂

  2. I will have to look for Mistletoe, Merriment and Murder – I need a Christmas themes book to read

    Have a great reading week – and congrats on your completed challenges

    Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out

  3. Good list. I came across a Jill Mansell book at Half Price Books over the week-end and I’m having lots of laugh out loud moments reading it.
    Ann

  4. I enjoyed one of Amanda Lee’s books…so I want to read more. Thanks for sharing…and enjoy your week.

    Here’s MY MONDAY MEMES POST

  5. All those wonderful cozies and a kitty cat too! Have a great week!
    (You are right about The Prophet…it does keep you up at nights.)

  6. We bought a Kobo on shop local day and and I need to find time to use it. I finished three books and still need to write reviews. Two had Christmas themes – though I only needed one for my Christmas reading challenge. I still need to read a Classic and a free ebook to finish this year’s challenges and have books lined up for next year’s challenges.

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