Sunday Post Meme"
Happy Sunday! How has everyone been lately? School is back in full force so we've been busy, busy all of the time. The kiddos have adjusted well to the back to school routine which has made everything that much easier. We currently have high school football, travel softball, and flag football all going on so there is a TON of coordinating our schedules to fit everything in. This upcoming Friday we are traveling about two hours away to watch my son's first high school football game of the season. I'm so excited for him. They've been practicing all summer and then a few scrimmages but now the real thing is finally here. Crazy but awesome!
I spent this past week participating in the Bout of Books read-a-thon which is always a good time. I managed to finish two books for it which has me really excited. I've only read 35 books this year though even with those two added to my totals. I feel like that is such a low number for me. I don't know what the deal is but I'm really glad to see that my reading is picking back up. I finished the following books:
Death on Tap by Ellie Alexander begins a new cozy mystery series that is being published I believe in October. I adore her Bakeshop mystery series so I jumped at the chance to read this one. I won't be sharing my thoughts on this one until closer to the release date but I will say that I adored it as well.
Memory In Death by J.D. Robb was a reread and just as good as the first time that I read it. So I started "rereading" these books by listening to them in audio despite the fact that I wasn't caught up with the series. This has morphed into my rereading them all before I continue on...at this point I've got to be getting pretty darn close to wear I left off. I couldn't remember what happened with this one which made me read it all the faster.
I'm now reading the following books:
The Snowman by Jo Nesbo is my current print read. I stopped reading it to squeeze in Memory in Death last week but have now moved back into reading this one. I'm not very far into it yet but I'm finding it to be quite creepy already. I'm looking forward to reading this one more later on this afternoon.
A Season to Lie by Emily Littlejohn is my current Kindle read that I've just barely begun. I loved the first book in this series so I'm really looking forward to reading more from this one soon. Both books are set during wintertime which feels perfect as we begin to have fall-like weather here and there.
I would love to continue on with the reading pace that I had last week with Bout of Books and finish both of these this week. I've got tons of really great books calling my name lately. I never seem to stop adding books to my TBR list thanks to NetGalley. I've also finished my last tour book for the near future. I'm taking a break and just focusing on reading what I want, when I want with the hope that my reading will even itself out that way.
I'm off to work on laundry for the week and maybe get in a few hours of uninterrupted reading time. Also the Bears are on so I've got football watching going on as well. I've got some upcoming PTO to look forward to which means that this week will either go really fast or drag on by. Tell me what books that you've been reading lately! Is everyone enjoying school being back in session or were you not ready for it yet?
Happy Sunday and Happy Reading!
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Sunday, August 27, 2017
The Sunday Post #31 (Bout of Books Wrap-Up)
Posted by samantha.1020 at 11:20 AM
Labels: bookish randomness, bout of books 20, boutofbooks readathon, netgalley reads, reading update, Sunday fun, sunday post, sunday share
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Good luck to your son at his football game! Soccer season has started here again, but Mouse won't have her first game until the 9th. School for her starts tomorrow, and so she's a mix of nerves and excitement.ReplyDelete
I've really enjoyed my time off from book tours so far this year. I've only done one in eight months. I may have committed myself to a couple before the end of the year though, but they are books I planned to read anyway--or so I tell myself. :-S
I hope you enjoy your week, Sam!
Wendy, thank you! They have all had fun with the sports seasons starting back up again. I hope that Mouse had a wonderful first day of school! It is crazy how fast the summer went by. I'm really, really enjoying the freedom of choosing whichever book I want to read at the time right now rather than feeling like I need to read something for a blog tour. The problem is settling down into what that next book will actually be. So many choices :)ReplyDelete