Monday, March 16, 2020

Monday Reading List

It is Monday again, and time to update with what I read last week, what I am currently reading and what to look forward to next week.

Reviews Posted Last Week:
Links will take you to my review

The Unspoken Name by A. K. Larkwood
The Test by Sylvain Neuvel
There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed Some Books by Lucille Colandro (Bedtime Story)
Last Couple Standing by Matthew Norman (Date Night with a Book)

 Books Finished Last Week:
Reviews will be posted at a later date

Bromance Book Club
The Black Cauldron
The Library of Ever
The Last Dogs

Currently Reading:

Last Man by Mary Shelley - Audio/Print - on page 180 of 432
Spark by Sarah Beth Durst - Print - on page 86 of 320

Pages Read/ Time Listened
190:26 Hours Listened (14:38 listened this week)
8,835 Pages Read (319 this week)

Books Added to Shelves Recently: TBR
White Rose
Stealing Thunder (gift)
The Eyes of Tamburah (gift)
The Wolf in the Whale
~~~~~~~~~~March Birthday Waiver Books ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The Red Pencil
The Rain Dragon Rescue
The Order of the Unicorn
The Book of Boy
The Firefly Letters - READ
All the Wandering Light
Life on the Leash
George and Lizzie
Phoenix Unbound
The Library of Ever - READ
Family Pets
The Last Man
Magic Bites
Fantasy Lover
Night Pleasures
The Midnight Lie
You Can't F*ck Up Your Kids  (gift)
Mary Shelley Monster Hunter Vol. 1
The Caged Queen
The Mum Who'd Had Enough
Ash and Quill
The Voyage to Magical North
I Needed a Viking
Smoke and Iron
Hurricane Dancers
The Overdue Life of Amy Byler
The Test - READ
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~End Birthday Waiver~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


This week's reading wasn't quite as successful as last week's, but like everyone else it has been a mad scramble around here to prepare for working and schooling from home.  As I type this, I am running the office from home and trying to do my best to home school Peanut with little guidance or preparation.  The good news is that we are all healthy and safe, and I hope you and all your loved ones are as well.

I am hoping that having this time at home will allow for some extra reading time but I highly doubt that will happen as I will still be working full time and taking on the role as educator as well. This will be a big test to my patience.

What comfort books are you reading to get through these anxious times?

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