It’s Monday! What Are You Reading is where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week. It is a great way to network with other bloggers, see some wonderful blogs, and put new titles on your reading list.
Other Than Reading...
Now that Homecoming is over, we are gearing up for Parent/Teacher/Student conferences. They are taking place Monday and Tuesday evening and all day Wednesday. We have Thursday and Friday off for the annual MEA Conference. Since I am part-time this year, I am not required to be at the Wednesday conferences.
I will be driving up to Duluth as soon as I get up Wednesday morning to get ready for our move. The moving van will be coming on Friday to bring all the big stuff. I know there will be a lot of packing and sorting to do as my brother and I decided what we want to move and what we want to sell.
I have some books listed but don't know if I'll have any time to read them. I think I'll be kept pretty busy packing, unpacking, and organizing the new house. Many of my recent additions will be released sooner than I would prefer. I have a few that I need to review before the end of the month or in early November. I may or may not make it. In any case, I have just about used all of the cushion I built during the summer.
Read Last Week
When All the Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz. It is the latest contemporary romantic suspense title by this author who is one of my favorites. I enjoyed this one. My review will be posted on November 24.
Explosive Forces by D. D. Ayres was a contemporary romantic suspense title. I enjoyed it and found that it was a quick read. My review will be posted on November 2.
Living Spectres by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is the second book featuring Chesterton Holte, Gentleman Haunt, and seems to be the second book in a trilogy. It was a slowly paced book filled with exhaustive detail about 1924. There was no resolution to the mystery begun in the first book. Nor was there resolution to the mystery begun in this book. Hopefully, book three will change that. My review will be posted on November 3.
Congress of Secrets by Stephanie Burgis is my latest Amazon Vine pick. It arrived this week and will be released November 1. This is a historical fantasy taking place in 1814 at the Congress of Vienna. I'm about half finished.
Arena by Holly Jennings is my latest from NetGalley. This one was published last April but the sequel is coming out soon.
When She's Gone by Jane Palmer is also from NetGalley and will be released November 5.
- Something Buried, Something Blue by Wendy Corsi Staub
- IQ by Joe Ide
- Death of a Toy Soldier by Barbara Early
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