It was actually a little cooler around here this past week, pleasant, and even some rain. It was kind of nice to be back on my regular schedule for a week.
I did receive a few books over the last couple of weeks. Mailbox Monday is taking a blog tour. This month’s host is Staci at Life in the Thumb.
- If Jack’s in Love by Stephen Wetta (from Putnam)
- Hidden in Paris by Corine Gantz (a win from My Love Affair with Books. Thanks Misha!)
- Between the Thames and the Tiber by Ted Riccardi (from Open Road Media via NetGalley)
- Three Sisters by Helen Smith (a win from Her Book Self. Thanks Lisa!)
I’m looking forward to reading them. I know I always say that, but I always mean it. Something about every book I receives attracts me, whether I end up actually liking the book or not.
It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey. Here’s what I wrote about last week.
- The Butterfly Cabinet by Bernie McGill (I loved it!)
- “Godfather Death” by the Brothers Grimm
- The Curse of Scattershale Gulch by Camille LaGuire
- The Hanging Wood by Martin Edwards
Also, Debra Brenegan, author of Shame the Devil, wrote an interesting guest post about learning from historical fiction.
I wrote a quick flash fiction piece, “A New Dawn.” If you read it, please give me you honest opinion.
I didn’t finish any books this week, although I’m close on a couple.
Currently, I’m reading/listening to:
- A Fatal Grace by Louise Penny
- The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
- Fun and Games by Duane Swierczynski
- Belladonna in Hollywood by Alex Severin
What are you reading?