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It’s Monday, What Are You Reading

By Anovelsource @thenovellife

It's Monday, What are YOU reading?

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading is hosted by The Book Date.

It was one of those perfect reading days with torrential showers that would not let up. I happened to be eating lunch alone and decided to read the first chapter of One Perfect Lie….two hours later I looked up from the book and realized I’d eaten all my brunswick stew and the lunch crowd had all cleared out. I ordered dessert (it was my cheat day and the coconut cake looked divine). So I read for awhile longer, ate some of the cake – not all, and left a good tip. Went home and snuggled into my reading chair and finished the book before the rain ever stopped!

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What I Read Last Week

Where did the perfect teacher and coach come from? And what does he want?

One Perfect Lie ~ review will be up this week. And,

Solve the mystery of the disappearing boyfriend.

Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen – review + giveaway posted.

What I’m Reading Now

Almost Missed You by Jessica Strawser One of the Spring selections for the SheReads Book Club about a parental kidnapping. I’m so worried the ending will get to me, especially if it’s a bad one.

Have you read it? What did you think?

Up Next

Supernatural thriller.

Burntown by Jennifer McMahon.  I’ve read Winter People and The Night Sister (review). McMahon writes these incredibly creepy suspense novels with a touch of supernatural. I’m looking forward to reading this one!

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading

A Bridge Across the Ocean by Susan Meissner. Another SheReads Book Club selection for Spring. I’m leaving Tuesday to go back to Arizona for the next two months and saving this one for the 4-hour plane ride.

Which leads me to a question – am I alone in stressing about what book to take on planes? I typically will take a paperback and my kindle because I’m so worried I’ll start something, decide I don’t like it and be stuck for hours without something to read. Before the invention of e-readers, I’d take a carry-on just for books. What is your rule of thumb when traveling?

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