Only one arrival, this week:
The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan was sent by HarperCollins for review. Looks nice and creepy, doesn't it? It's a combination historical and contemporary. I like that kind of book if it's done well. I'm looking forward to seeing if this one is as entertaining as it looks and sounds.
Books finished since last Malarkey:
- Tales of Accidental Genius by Simon Van Booy - Loved it even more, the second time!
- Love Wins: The Lovers and Lawyers Who Fought the Landmark Case for Marriage Equality by Debbie Cenziper and Jim Obergefell - A very emotional read.
- The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney - To see what all the fuss is about. So far, I'm loving it. I'm a little less than halfway through.
- I've set aside Mongrels, for the moment, but haven't decided whether or not I'll return to it. And, I need to choose my next non-fiction read. Since I just finished Love Wins last night, I haven't even looked, yet, but I have plenty of non-fiction from which to choose.
Last week's posts:
- Raising Ryland by Hillary Whittington (book review)
- Three mini reviews: In a Handful of Dust by M. McGinnis, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by M. Spark, Signs Preceding the End of the World by Y. Herrera (book reviews)
- Fiona Friday - Caught snuggling (cat photo)
In Other News:
Huh, can't think of any other news. Surely there's something going on? Nope, can't think of a thing. It's all cats and yardwork and housework and reading till I can't keep my eyes open, lately. And, cleaning the garage. Ew. That is so not fun.
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