********************I hope you had a great reading week.
********************This is a weekly meme run by Book Journey!
Post the books completed last week, the books you are currently reading, and the books you hope to finish this week.
Books Completed Last Week:
MIST OF MIDNIGHT by Sandra Byrd for a March 6, 2015, post.
I love the cover don't you?
Mist of Midnight is a mystery with a bit of gothic romance and is set in an English mansion.
A bit slow at first, but very enjoyable with sinister characters. :)
A KILLING AT THE CREEK by Nancy Allen for a March 30, 2015, post.
Books Up Next:
PARDON THE RAVENS by Alan Hruska for a March 31, 2015, post.
ONE MILE UNDER by Andrew Gross for an April 7, 2015, post.
LITTLE BLACK LIES by Sharon Bolton for a May 19, 2015, post.
DEATH IN SALEM by Eleanor Kuhns for a June 16, 2015 post
TAHOE GHOST by Todd Borg
HIGH SEAS DARKNESS by Burr B. Anderson
GARDEN OF LETTERS by Alyson Richman
THE BEEKEEPER'S BALL by Susan Wiggs
NATCHEZ BURNING by Greg Isles
MADAME PICASSO by Anne Girard
WOMAN OF ILL FAME by Erika Mailman
THE SIGNATURE OF ALL THINGS by Elizabeth Gilbert
I normally read in order of publication or tour date.
And....these are not for reading in the upcoming week. They are books into and including all of 2014.
The "list" is a means of keeping me organized. A visual display helps a lot for organization along with my Excel lists.
How was your reading week?
Looks like you are reading some "dark" reads at the moment Elizabeth. Enjoy.ReplyDelete
They are a bit dark. :)Delete
I actually haven't started A Killing At The Creek.
Thanks for stopping, Kathryn.
Mist of Midnight sounds good - I don't mind slow as long as it picks up. Hope you like The Rosie Effect when you get to it!ReplyDelete
Mist of Midnight was good. I like mystery.Delete
Thanks for stopping, samstillreading.
Not sure when I will get to The Rosie Effect.
Have you read it?
Very nice! As usual these are all new to me! Hope you enjoy them all!ReplyDelete
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Good luck on conquering your TBR pile. Come see my week here. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
LOL...I don't think I will every conquer it any time soon or maybe never. :)Delete
I hope so, though, but it is a daunting task. :)
Thanks for stopping, Kathy.
I read two of the books you are currently reading: the signature of all things and under a wide and starry sky. Signature is an excellent piece of literature in my opinion. But starry sky was a bore for me. I was under the impression that it was about Robert Louis Stevenson but, instead, it was about the person he married.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your input about the books. I hope I get to either soon.Delete
Thanks for stopping, techeditor.
I have Three Story House, waiting patiently on Sparky. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
I actually started Three Story House but then needed to read another book for a scheduled review and never got back to it. I liked what I read, though.Delete
Thanks for stopping, Laurel.
Where do you get all of these books? Are they e-books? Or where would you store them?ReplyDelete
I really like The Signature of All Things, although at times it was difficult to see where it was going. It's a pretty rambling, but good, story.
I like the cover of the Silver Witch. Here's my post.
No on e-books, Elizabeth.Delete
I have about five bookcases, some books in painted tubs, and some on the floor in front of bookcases. :)
I love the cover of Silver Witch.
Thanks for stopping, Elizabeth.
Elizabeth, I hope you enjoy your reading this week! You have a lot of books to choose from. :)ReplyDelete
I have too many, Suko, but I will never be without a book to read. :)Delete
Thanks for stopping by.
Death in Salem looks part of a mystery series I should look at. Thanks, Elizabeth.ReplyDelete
I am looking forward to reading it.Delete
Thanks for stopping, Yvonne.
Mists at Midnight seems like the perfect read for a stormy October...I'll have to remember it and check it out!ReplyDelete
It would be good for a stormy, October night.Delete
ENJOY if you read it.
Thanks for stopping, Janceereads.
So many books and most I haven't heard of. Except for Glitter & Glue that is a lovely story I really enjoyed :)ReplyDelete