I hope everyone had a Happy New Years! We stayed home and played board games with friends.
We went to an escape room on Thursday with Amber and one of her friends. This is the second time we’ve done one of EscapeWorks rooms. This one was a follow-up to the last room; the culprit in the last one was the murder victim this time around. It was a murder mystery type room. We knew who the suspects were but the puzzles helped figure out who they all were, where they came from, what weapons they had and eventually who killed Bugsy. A lot of fun!
I finished my 2019 reading with a few light mysteries.
- The Twelve Clues of Christmas by Rhys Bowen
- Merry Murder by C. S. McDonald
- Heirs and Graces by Rhys Bowen
My first book of 2020 was a fun cozy mystery set in Cleveland. Sheila at Book Journey did her seventh annual First Book of the Year posting. For a look at other’s first books, take a look at Sheila at Book Journey’s First Book of the Year post here.
I am looking for some book recommendations though. What non-fiction books written by women have your read recently that you thought were awesome?
We played Wingspan with the European birds expansion Friday. I really like this game. It’s an engine-builder but not terrible complicated. The illustrations are really well-done and I love the random bird facts.
Looking forward to:
Amber’s birthday is Saturday and I have no idea what to do. Any suggestions?