Ready to dive into this one. It sounded like it could be a lot of fun. I love a good mystery.
My last book of 2021 will either be:
The Crown Tower--Which I just finished or
A Touch of Malice-- Which I am hoping to finish tonight after work.
My 1st book of 2022
I am thinking it is time to finally pick up Station Eleven. I've been meaning to pick it up for years and the release of the series on HBOMax may just be the final push I need.
Got this shirt (as well as a pretty cool tumbler with many of the same characters & a horror themed trivial pursuit game) as a gift at Christmas and my sister's boyfriend asked "Not sure if you guys are celebrating Christmas or Halloween?" So what if we like horror movies & books, is that wrong? ?♀️?♀️??
Ok so I cheated and put them all in 1 post but 🤷♀️. December isn't over yet so I am still holding out to see what my pick will be but otherwise here are my favorite reads for each month. Apparently it was the year of Stephen King & Romance...not two things that would normally go together.
While this book had no Lassiter (my favorite character of hers), I can't get enough of J R Wards books. I am enjoying these new characters just as much as if they were part of the family all along. I loved the somewhat closure for Jose. He doesn't have to be haunted by his past "failure" anymore.
December is here so that means it is time for my November wrap up.
Favorites: The Storyteller, The Love Hypothesis
Least Favorite: Pearl
I swear he is thinking..."just put the dang book down & pay attention to me instead. I am clearly more important."
Thunderstorms, a good book, and a giant cup of coffee...the perfect way to spend my day off. ⛈📚☕🤓
A slow night at the library. I finished everything on my to-do list so I found another way to keep myself busy. Why not knock out a chunk out of one my current reads. Discovering I can Axis360 on a desktop (as opposed to my phone/tablet) has made library work go by faster.
This was a reread for one of my local book clubs. Usually considered not your "typical" Stephen King book but I still enjoyed the ride. Definitely a different reading experience as an adult vs as a kid (when I 1st read it). Anne Heche does a great job narrating the audiobook.