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I think I did well in what I accomplished recently. I enjoyed for the most part what I read, and I am looking forward to what I am reading this week. I hope to take it slow at some point and get started on some of my books on my shelf that are calling my name as well as the books from the library that are on my nightstand...
I read and reviewed a book Daddy's Home by A. K. Alexander (click here to read the review)
I read and reviewed The Lover and The Madman by Joe K. (review)
I did three, yes three(one, two, three) well two book features and a blurb...different book features along with a review and giveaway for Life in Death by Harlow Coban
I also read and reviewed The Priest and the Peaches. I really liked The Priest and the Peaches and am really looking forward to the next book:)
Also, my book group, The Parchment Society read The Postmistress by Sarah Blake this past month (review will be up later)..Gotta say, I love the cover to The Postmistress!
This week I will now be reading
Pulled by Amy Lichtenhan for review
Kiss Me Slowly by Amber Lea Easton for review
And this months read for The Parchment Society is
The White Queen by Philippa Gregory. I am really looking forward to all three but especially my book group read:))
And that is all for this week. Pretty light this week which is a good this because Hubby and I are staying with my mother for a couple weeks since she is having surgery in a couple days so between taking care of her and the house and my daughter, my days will be plenty full so by days end I will be saying yes to a coffee and reading break:)
Have you read any of these book? Which one(s) sticks out to you the most?
Happy reading week everyone!