Friday, January 11, 2019

Book Blogger Hop - 1/11 - 1/17

Question of the Week:

What is your first book of the year? - (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews)

My Answer:

What I had planned as my first book and what ended up being my first book of the year wasn't the same.  :)

I had planned to start off the year with WOMAN 99 by Greer MacCallister, but I ended up continuing through the new year with Pam Jenoff's newest gem, THE LOST GIRLS OF PARIS. 

Pam Jenoff's books are always SO good so it all worked out beautifully. 


  1. It's funny how are bookish plans tend to change. Lol. Hope you enjoyed the one you read and enjoy the other one once you read it too!

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    1. They do change, but that is ok.

      Thanks for commenting, Jessica.

  2. I don't plan ahead. My first book was Still Me by Jojo Moyes and I thought it was delightful.

    1. I planned my first book because I joined in Shelia's FIRST BOOK OF THE YEAR post. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Kathy.

      Nice to hear you had a delightful read.

  3. Replies
    1. Oh yes...Pam Jenoff's books are always so good.

      Thanks for commenting, Nicki.

  4. I've heard good things about that book!

    1. This one is to be made into a movie.

      She is a sweetheart, and I am so happy for her.

      Thanks for commenting, Billy.

  5. I hope you enjoyed your first book! Reading plans change all the time for me too, I am such a mood reader so one minute I am planning on reading one book and another minute a random book that has been on my shelf for years starts calling my name hahaha. I hope your 2019 is filled with five star amazing reads Elizabeth!

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    1. Thanks, Heather.

      My 2019 lineup is looking very good. :)

      Thanks for commenting.

  6. Oh, Elizabeth.....I am SO late with replies and comments this time around!! I've gotten bogged down with preparation of materials for my ESOL classes.... So I apologize for this late comment.... :(

    Anyway, that book, "The Lost Girls of Paris", does sound interesting, so I'll check it out on Goodreads!! Thanks for the rec!! <3 <3

    Happy Belated New Year!!! HUGS!!! <3 <3 <3 :) :) :)