Oct 052014
 

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.

Our grandsons were here this weekend and really kept us hopping. Kaden is six and is loving first grade. He and “Papa” watched movies and football and even set up my old Netbook for him to take home to use for reading and word games, plus he has it set up so that he can Skype with both of us when he is at home. Remi turns 2 in about a month and is becoming his own little person, talking more and showing his own little personality. The house is so quiet now that they have left. I can’t wait until the house is full of the noise only 2 little boys can bring.

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

FINISHED

The Question of the Missing Head (An Asperger’s Mystery)

My Review
Release Date: October 1, 2014
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Black Thursday (A Mrs. Frugalicious Shopping Mystery)

Release Date: October 1, 2014
Linda Joffe Hull will be my guest this week for Cozy Wednesday!

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The Forgotten Girl

Release Date: October 7, 2014
Review will be up Thursday!

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ON DECK THIS WEEK

Bless Her Dead Little Heart (A Southern Ladies Mystery)

Miranda James will be my Special Guest next Friday!
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The Legend of Sleepy Harlow (League of Literary Ladies)

For Review
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First-Degree Fudge: A Fudge Shop Mystery

Set in Wisconsin! Wisconsin Author!
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Happy Reading!!!
Dollycas

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  One Response to “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?”

  1. Sounds like a good week-end and a good week to come. 🙂

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