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What I’m reading October 2019. Moriarty.

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty is the only book I made time to read in October other than my NC magazines too. I liked the cover on this. After reading it, I’m not positive what the cover had to do with the book, but still, it was unique and interesting and what made me add it to my reading list. I’m not really sure what other cover photo would have worked better?  The Australian author does have a different cover for the AU, UK and US title. I have not read Big Little Lies, or any other books by Moriarty. I liked reading something different from what I’ve been reading but don’t see me picking up another with the language in it, as there are too many other good books out there that don’t do that. Continue reading

What I read in August 2019. Gruen. Kline. Jenoff. Wiseman. Feinstein

I think it’s odd how so many of my book reading themes have been alike lately. That’s like three on orphans/adoptions and three about a circus. I can tell you for my September reading, I’m actually going to read the blurb and NOT pick anything to do with orphans, trains or circuses. I would like to read a single POV also. I’m growing a tad weary of the multiple alternating ones.

In fact, I may take a break in September and just catch up on other stuff. Autumn is just around the corner and I’d rather be outside.

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What I’m reading May 2019. Grisham. Martin. Willoughby-Burle.

I like most John Grisham books a little better than I did The Reckoning. Continue reading

What I’m reading April 2019. Charles

I started The North Country Confessional debut novel by Craig C. Charles back in February when my mom gifted me a signed copy. Hence the Valentine chocolates she gave me. ❤

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My mom and the author’s mother are friends and I was intrigued by the cover. I added a pinboard of books added to my “want to read” list. Continue reading

What I’m reading March 2019. Harper. Charles.

I’ve enjoyed Harpers‘ first two books and was looking forward to reading the third when it was released. Continue reading