Sunday, November 27, 2011

Monday Memes

This month Mailbox Monday is back at its home.   Bloggers list  books that arrived in either snail mail or email. I got some NetGalleys this week, but nothing via snail mail.

It's Monday What Are You Reading is hosted by Sheila over at Book Journey.  She asks what we read last week, what we reviewed last week and what we plan to read this week.
I read:
(to be reviewed in February, but it was a fun read)

To be reviewed in January, but another fun easy read.

To be reviewed soon, I'm not done yet, but a great read that has been on my Kindle way too long.

I published reviews of:

To Read:
I'm trying to work my way through some books that have been lying around forever.  Baronne Street is one of those--it's been on my Kindle for almost a year, something else always seemed to catch my interest.  I've decided I'm not going to download  going to be very selective about the NetGalleys I download until I either read or reject those already on my Kindle.  I'm going to start with the oldest ones there, start them and either read them or decide to DNF them and delete them.  I'm expecting work to keep me very busy early next year so I'm not accepting  being extremely selective about the review copies I select, since I suspect my reading/blogging time will be limited.  The two oldest NetGalleys I have are

Oh, you all got a mention on my Top Ten Tuesday post!


  1. Don't you just love Robyn Carr? She is an amazing author and I love the little world she has created :)

  2. Looks like you have some lovely reads planned for the week - the cover for Drinking Close to Home looks great.

  3. Anonymous11:19 PM

    Drinking Closer to home sounds interesting!

    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

  4. Enjoy those mailbox books. I'm looking forward to the new Robyn Carr books.

  5. I hope your new books are as good as they look. Enjoy!

  6. Drinking Closer to Home looks good to's on my list.

    Hope you enjoy all of your reads!


  7. Anonymous11:14 AM

    I hope you enjoy! your week of reading.

  8. I need to give The Virgin River series a try again. Everyone seems to love them. I hope you enjoy all your new reads.

  9. I have such a stack of books to read it's not even funny... and more just keep coming up for review. :) I never read ebooks, as I can't sit at my computer for that long... the three ebooks that I've started, I haven't finished. Maybe I need an ereader, but I like the feel of real books. :) I'm hoping to do a lot of reading over Christmas.


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