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I’ve got several books in my TBR pile but at the moment I’m reading Bitter Pill by Dr Richard Mabry. It’s a suspense that holds you captive. I’ve enjoyed all his novels so far.
This past week I have finished several books: The Pink Bonnet by Liz Tolsma, The Amish Widow's Rescue by Rachel J Good, The Accidental Guardian by Mary Connealy and On A Summer Tide by Suzanne Woods Fisher. I just started Syd by Sharon Srock and Rosanna White's The Number of Love.
We loved reading The Narnian Chronicles to our kids. I enjoyed that because I loved the stories myself. I loved reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar to my grands. I just loved how they interacted with me throughout the story.
1. I am currently reading Midnight on the River Grey by Abigail Wilson
I loved reading Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day with my children and now my grandchildren. We often commented "Some days are like that, even in Australia" when someone was having a bad day. That still being smiles.
1 - I'm reading an e-book: A Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases (Volume One: A to E) by Roger Riccard.
2 - I'm looking forward to reading some library books: Charles Finch - The Vanishing Man and Victoria Thompson - Murder on Trinity Place. Our summer reading club at the library will start on Monday. Adults can join too.
I mostly read mysteries.
4. I enjoyed reading adventure books with my children, especially those with cliff hangers at the end of each chapter. Thank you for the chance to win some coffee.
I just finished James Rubart's The Pages of Her Life. Ready to start Kelly Irvin's Over the Line.