Monday, July 6, 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

America the Beautiful by Katharine Lee Bates & Illustrated by Wendell Minor

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

Sergeant's Christmas Seige
Arrogant Bastard

Currently Reading:

You Can't F*ck Up Your Kids by Lindsay Powers - Print - on page 98 of 320
Realm by Alexandrea Weis - ebook - on page 46 of 397
The Ranger of Marzanna by Jon Skovron - print/ebook - on page 134 of 528
Kill the Farmboy by Kevin Hearne & Delilah Dawson - Audio - 58%

Pages Read/ Time Listened
520:10 Hours Listened (10:34 listened this week)
15,697 Pages Read (361 this week)

Books Added to Shelves Recently: TBR
The Eyes of Tamburah (gift)
The Wolf in the Whale
~~~~~~~~~~March Birthday Waiver Books ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The Rain Dragon Rescue
The Order of the Unicorn
All the Wandering Light
Life on the Leash
Phoenix Unbound
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
The Overdue Life of Amy Byler
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~End Birthday Waiver~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Red Hood (gift)
Scavenge the Stars
Hades & Persephone
Red, White & Royal Blue
Dark Skies
No Country for Old Gnomes (gift)
About That Kiss
The Ranger of Marzanna
A Heart of Blood and Ashes (gift)
The Girl and the Stars
A Choir of Lies
Loving Cara
This Will Kill That
One to Watch
Woven in Moonlight
Steel Tide
Girl of Fire & Thorns (gift)
Murder Past Due
Books Can Be Deceiving
Due or Die
Book Line and Sinker
Apple Cider Slaying
All My Loving
Fury of a Phoenix
Homicide in Hardcover (gift)


It was a truly miserable week last week. We had to make the difficult decision to put our dog, Niko, down. He was in far too much pain for us to keep him with us. Thankfully, the vets office made an exception and allowed us to accompany him inside and stay with him through the end.  Needless to say it was difficult for the whole family and this is the first time I can remember in my life not having any pets. I am sure it won't last long but we are taking time to grieve and mourn the loss of our beloved pets recently.

In the book world, I am trying to play catch up as much as I can. I have a bunch of reviews to write and posts to get up. I also am working on catching up on requested reviews.  I am also going to try to branch out into a new genre, Cozy Mysteries. I think it is time for a bit of a change. 

No comments:

Post a Comment