Monday, August 24, 2015

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

We moved our oldest son into college this week and before that I was running around trying to get all the last minute things that we seemed to have so much time to accomplish back in June finished in time to launch him in this new phase of his life. I did retreat into reading when it threatened to overwhelm me a bit. And now I need to sign up for a review-a-thon even more than I did before! This meme has been hosted by Sheila at Book Journey and I hope will be again one day.

Books I completed this past week are:

Fishbowl by Bradley Somer
Satisfaction by Andee Reilly
The Woman in the Photograph by Dana Gynther
Beneath the Bonfire by Nickolas Butler

Bookmarks are still living in the middle of:

Welcome to Braggsville by T. Geronimo Johnson
The Baker's Apprentice by Judith Ryan Hendricks

Reviews posted this week:

The Race For Paris by Meg Waite Clayton
Satisfaction by Andee Reilly

Books still needing to have reviews written (as opposed to the ones that are simply awaiting posting):

The Surfacing by Cormac James
The Secret Wisdom of the Earth by Christopher Scotton
Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League by Jonathan Odell
Without You, There Is No Us by Suki Kim
Making Nice by Matt Sumell
All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews
Spinster by Kate Bolick
Migratory Animals by Mary Helen Specht
Balm by Dolen Perkins-Valdez
Secrets of a Charmed Life by Susan Meissner
Girl in Glass by Deanna Fei
Orphan Number Eight by Kim van Alkemade
Make Your Home Among Strangers by Jennine Capo Crucet
The Seven Stages of Anger and Other Stories by Wendy J. Fox
Lost Canyon by Nina Revoyr
The Door by Magda Szabo
Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper
Did You Ever Have a Family by Bill Clegg
Landfall by Ellen Urbani
This Must Be the Place by Kate Racculia
Henna House by Nomi Eve
Love Maps by Eliza Factor
Ferris Beach by Jill McCorkle
The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy Reichert
Bread Alone by Judith Ryan Hendricks
Fishbowl by Bradley Somer
The Woman in the Photograph by Dana Gynther
Beneath the Bonfire by Nickolas Butler

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