Hosted by: The Book Date
What I read last week:
Juror #3 by James Patterson and Nancy Allen
What I’m currently reading:
The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith. In audio.
Dates From Hell by Kim Harrison, Lyndsay Sands, Kelley Armstrong, & Lori Handeland. One down, three to go!
Red Horizons: The True Story of Nicolae & Elena Ceausescus’ Crimes, Lifestyle and Corruption by Lt. Gen Ion Mihai Pacepa – I’ve put this on hold temporarily. Too much corruption and oh-my-god moments. I will eventually finish it, just not right now.
What I’m reading next (hopefully):
This hasn’t changed any since I’m still trying to clear up the twelve thousand ‘current reads’. Ugh. But I did finish two books last week, so I’m hoping that helps.
Bury Me Standing by Isabel Fonseca
The Wife by Alafair Burke
Plus another outstanding Netgalley book:
Like Never and Always by Ann Aguire
Hosted by Mailbox Monday
One new book this week as well.
Still working on one library book, Red Horizons, so I’m trying not to borrow any more until I get that done.
Nothing in my physical mailbox this week.
I have a new credit, but no idea what I should use it on. Suggestions?
I still haven’t bought any books, including freebies, so I’m impressed with myself right now. My movie did arrive and I’m eager to watch it. It’s called 12:08 East of Bucharest (yeah, still running with that Romanian theme). It’s supposed to be hysterically funny. We’ll see, I suppose!
At least I made some sort of noticible progress this past week. This coming week starts OWNtober and I’m anxious to clear out some books. Might even carry this on through the end of the year to see how many I can get rid of by New Year’s. Hope you all have a great week.