The Book Date.
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...
Yay for another normal week!
This school year is just flying by. It is almost mid-quarter time of
the third quarter of the year. I really enjoy all of my classes. The
only thing I don't like about this whole teaching gig is getting up at 6
AM. That will certainly change in retirement.
am very gradually getting rid of stuff as I sort through each room
prior to my move this summer. Today's errands include a trip to the
Salvation Army donation center to get rid of 14 pairs of shoes that I
don't wear, don't like, or have outgrown.
We have been having wonderful weather for February with temperatures consistently above normal but not quite record-breaking. Of course, the long term forecast is predicting what could be a Snowmageddon for next weekend. It's a long way out still. I'm hoping that it misses us entirely. I couple more nice days should melt all the snow that wasn't piled up by plowing.
Read Last Week
The Cutaway by Christina Kovac was an intense thriller set in a Washington, DC, newsroom Intriguing characters and a twisty plot kept me reading. My review will be published on March 18.
A Twist of the Knife by Becky Masterman was also an intense thriller with lots of twists and turns. Brigid Quinn is in a race with the clock that is clicking down on the execution of a man convicted of killing his wife and children. She becomes convinced that he is innocent. But can she prove it before it's too late? My review will be posted on March 16.
The Gathering Edge by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller is the 20th Liaden novel and follows Theo Waitley and her self-aware space ship. I couldn't wait to read this one but it won't be released until May 2. My review will be posted on April 27.
Gauntlet by Holly Jennings. This is near future science fiction.
Want to See What I Added to My Stack Last Week?
The Strangler Vine by M. J. Carter by reading about it on someone's blog. It sounded like an interesting historical mystery.
I also added two more to my Kindle late this week:
Ms. Martin Teaches Media - my other blog.