I might have my reading groove back. 🤞🏻
Santa brought a new iPad! 🎅🏻♥️
Excited to be starting this for a work bookclub as part of series on poverty but I‘m going to start a light book too. I‘ve been struggling with focus since the start of the pandemic….
I‘ve been staying with my mom since her cancer treatment has kicked her butt. I‘ve been able to read this weekend while she‘s napping. Next up....
Reading this with the National CASA Book Club and learning so much.
This book was all kinds of crazy and the twists surprised me every time. I think the last 50 pages I was saying Wow, Whoa, or No out loud. I would hate to go on a road trip with this family!
Here‘s my old copy of Sense & Sensibility. I think it was a gift, I don‘t usually go for the movie covers.
Retellings anyone? I‘ve had this article saved for a while. #pemberlittens
I made a frantic trip to the library when I got a heads up that they were closing the next day. I still have Cloud Library for ebooks but there was a wait for some. Almost finished with the tagged book. Louisiana is closed. Stay safe everyone! ❤️☕️📚
I received these 2 books & journal (which I previously received) for the #HGPBC but they are mismatched and I don‘t know who they belong to. I don‘t have the initial email since it‘s been a few months since this ended. Tagging some people. Please let me know if this yours, feel free to tag whoever I forgot & email your addresses to me. Thanks!
I was intrigued by this plot right away but it did change into something else. There‘s a twist or two and a surprise ending. It‘s an easy, quick thriller.
Scooby slept through the whole thing. 🐱
Late to the Ove party but thanks to #authoramonth2020 I‘m finally reading it today while the Saints game is on. Loving the book so far, the game not so much!
Thank you so much for my #SFMBC package! I love the extras! I‘m excited to read all these books! And that candle smells delicious!
Just started reading this yesterday and loving it so far. I‘m fascinated by everything Kennedy and this time period. It pulled me in right away with all the New Orleans references especially the places that aren‘t there any more. I vaguely remember my dad talking about Carlos Marcello. Excited to see where this will go!
This wasn‘t what I expected. There is a mystery & a twist but what really kept me reading were the relationships between the characters. As a daughter, former daughter-in-law and mom to a daughter (now almost 21), I thought the different perspectives really helped to understand Amy and her mother-in-law, Diane. It‘s also a reminder to be careful what you say & how you say things to people. Mother/daughter relationships are so complicated! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
A little reading during the LSU game. 💜💛
80 pages in and hoping this picks up soon!
Scooby is not impressed so far! 🐱
Not my usual type of book but Scooby and I are enjoying it. 👩🚒
Love this cover but the story was just so-so for me. The Tox is gross so that was fun. 🤣
I‘m home taking care of my son after having his wisdom teeth removed so I‘m going to try #24b4Monday! I want to finish Evelyn Hugo & maybe get into the the tagged book & Three Women with a little of the cancer books in between. We‘ll see if I‘m being to ambitious! 😳
Ok team #justbookit #BFCr2 who‘s ready for week 5??
I‘m going to try harder to get some me time this week! And hopefully finish the tagged book for my book club meeting Tuesday!
So proud of how everyone has been doing! You guys rock!
This book started off great. I really like the setting of the creepy historical building with a scary past. And of course I loved that there was a connection to a book and its author. I thought it was going to be a supernatural thriller but then it went in a completely unexpected direction at the end. It‘s good but not my favorite by Riley Sager. The Last Time I Lied is still my fav!
Book 2 of #BFCr2