Monday, July 15, 2019

Midsummer Reading Update

Well, maybe not officially midsummer, but suddenly it's the middle of July! Can you believe that? Generally, my reading slows down a bit during the summer, but this year I seem to be slower than ever. And what with all the Wimbledon tennis to watch the last couple of weeks, I find I'm still reading the same couple of books I was reading at the end of June....

Mrs. Everything, by Jennifer Weiner


Recursion, by Blake Crouch

I'm enjoying both of those, but for some reason I can't seem to keep reading either one long enough to finish. Hoping to get through them this week so I can start this one (a "win" from a GoodReads giveaway):

Curtains for Romeo, by Jessa Archer

That's the plan, anyway. So...back to the books.

Happy reading, everyone! And have a lovely week.

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  1. Baseball is my big distraction during the summer months. I am still reading lots and lots this summer. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

  2. Good luck finishing those books.

    Have a great reading week

  3. I loved Mrs. Everything and Recursion. Hope they draw you in a little more this week.

  4. I know what you mean. We have been busy getting the other house ready for the realtor and by the end of the day I can’t read anything

  5. Being retired I find plenty of time to read. I just finished a book I did not want to put down, Wives and Daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell and now another I don't want to put down, Maybe You Should Talk To Someone by Lori Gottlieb, a therapist.


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