Ah, where did this week go? David had some half days because of parent/teacher conferences. We had the normal schedule of meetings and rehearsals. Everyone was feeling a bit under the weather this weekend, including baby girl who is the proud owner of two teeth. I feel like everyone could use a nice long nap!
Read This Week:
The Maid's Version
By Daniel Woodrell
By Jason Mott
Posts from this Past Week:
Wednesdays with David: The Way of the Apprentice
Reviews of The Mad Scientist's Daughter, Bellman and Black, and We Are Water
The Sweetest Hallelujah
By Elaine Hussey
Songs of Willow Frost
By Jamie Ford
What are you reading this week?
A nap sounds like a great idea!ReplyDelete
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
Thanks Shelleyrae! A nap and a book are perfect for almost any day, aren't they?Delete
Enjoy all your books and the week as well.ReplyDelete
Thank you Mystica! I hope you have a great week too.Delete
You read some wonderful books last week, Lindsey! Hope you are having a wonderful start to your new week. Songs of Willow Frost is an interesting title. Looking forward to reading your thoughts on it. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Thank you Vishy. Everyone seems to really enjoy that book, so I am excited to read it. :)Delete
I really liked Songs of Willow Frost. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
I'm glad to hear it. I hope you have a wonderful week too!Delete
You have some quality title there, nice! I think that The Maid's Version looks intriguing and unusual and I put it on my wishlist. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks Rita. The Monday posts are trouble for our tbr lists, aren't they?? :)Delete
The Returned sounds kind of spooky. Enjoy reading this week!ReplyDelete
Take a look at what's on my reading list this week.
The Returned is concerned less with why the people returned and more with what our reaction would be. I really enjoyed it though!Delete
Both of your upcoming/currently reading books sounds really interesting! Also will be interested to see your thoughts on The Returned!ReplyDelete
Thank you Heather. It seems I am in a bit of a historical fiction mood, since three of the four books in this post fit in that category!Delete
I can;t wait to hear what you thought of The Returned - it sounds sooo good! And I want to read The Songs of Willow Frost, too - I loved At the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books this week - hope you all have a better week!
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I really liked The Returned. It's always exciting to read a really good debut novel and wonder what an author can do over an entire career.Delete
Have a wonderful week, Sue!
A nap would be great right now! Haha.ReplyDelete
Song's Willow Frost looks interesting!
I'm excited to read it. I hope you find time for a nap this week! :)Delete