Feb 022014
 

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 week full of ups and downs. Sad times as some fabulous people left this earth. Happy times spent with family. My grandsons spent the weekend with us so there was a continued state of happy chaos. I also had an article published on BTS Book Reviews Blog that I was written to give people HOPE. It is basically a very condensed version of my life story of the last 13 years and how I came to be writing this blog today.  I hope you will check it out if you have time.
Just click here.

Needless to say reading time was in short supply.

Now here’s my recap of last week’s reading and what I am planning this week.
*All books are linked to Amazon

FINISHED

The Big Dirt Nap: A Dirty Business Mystery (Dirty Business Mysteries)

My January Just For Fun Book.

Days of Wine and Roquefort (CHEESE SHOP MYSTERY)

Avery is my guest this week for Cozy Wednesday!

Throw in the Trowel: A Flower Shop Mystery

Review Will Be Up Later This Week!

ON DECK THIS WEEK

Murder With Ganache: A Key West Food Critic Mystery

Lucy will be here on February 7th!!

The Silence of the Library (Cat in the Stacks Mystery)

Miranda Will Be Here Next Week For Cozy Wednesday!

Beewitched (A Queen Bee Mystery)

For Review

A Tale of Two Biddies (League of Literary Ladies)

For Review

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

  1. I’m sorry for your losses this week, but glad you found some moments of joy!

    Happy Reading!

    Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out

  2. Just finished reading Carolyn Hart’s Ghost Gone Wild. Bailey Ruth and Dee make quite a pair.

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