Sep 162019
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

I will be visiting Connecticut, North Carolina and Washington State!

Here’s what I read and what I have planned for this week.

Escapes Completed


The Vanished Bride (Brontë Sisters Mystery)
by Bella Ellis
Release Date – September 10, 2019
Setting – Yorkshire, England
My Review will be up tomorrow!


Last Pen Standing (Stationery Shop Mystery)
by Vivian Conroy
Release Date – September 24, 2019
Setting – Montana
Vivian Convoy will be my guest this week for Cozy Wednesday!


Judge Thee Not (Quaker Midwife Mysteries)
by Edith Maxwell
Release Date – September 10, 2019
Setting – Massachusetts
I will post my review Thursday!


A Night’s Tail (Magical Cats)
by Sofie Kelly
Release Date – September 3, 2019
Setting – Minnesota
The Great Escapes Tour stops here on Friday!

Scheduled Escapes


Here Comes Santa Paws (A Melanie Travis Mystery)
by Laurien Berenson
Release Date – September 24, 2019
Setting – Connecticut
For Review


Tide and Punishment (Seaside Café Mysteries)
by Bree Baker
Release Date – September 24, 2019
Setting – North Carolina
Bree Baker will be my guest next week for Cozy Wednesday!


Death by Jack-o’-Lantern (An Abby McCree Mystery)
by Alexis Morgan
Release Date – August 27, 2019
Setting – Washington State
For Review

Future Escapes

September 16 – 22, 2019


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Please Share Your Reading Itinerary in the Comments below!
Happy Reading!!

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  3 Responses to “My Reading Itinerary Monday! – Week #38 2019”

  1. I’m new–LOVE your blog!

  2. I am going to NYC with The Goldfinch first, as I need to finish it before seeing the movie with a club this Saturday (Today is Monday–I have my work cut out for me!

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