Friday, September 6, 2019
kay's week - 9.6.19
I'm going to go back to a weekly update on reading and life for a while or that's my plan anyway. I don't have too much to say for this week as I've already had two posts relating our summer fun and also my R.I.P. XIV challenge entry. I also don't think I will talk much about my reading since my last update, but here's a bit:
I did finish Betty Webb's Lena Jones series and loved all of it. Such a wonderful series. I then read all of Robert Dugoni's Tracy Crosswhite books - there are 6 up to now and a new one coming out early next spring. From Webb's Arizona setting to Dugoni's Washington mountains - it was perfect. I read a couple of books for the afternoon book group that I attend - Send Down the Rain by Charles Martin and The Library Book by Susan Orlean (upcoming discussion on the 17th). The Escape Artist by Brad Meltzer was our mystery group's September book. Oh, and I must mention Molten Mud Murder by Sara E. Johnson - it's a debut book and is set in New Zealand - vivid setting indeed. All the book covers are to the right and are linked to Amazon if you want to read more about them.
I'm still trying to get back in the swing of my routines. I've had to miss yoga several times for various reasons - had a crown come off and that meant an urgent trip to the dentist (he was able to put it back on - let's hope it stays), attended a good friend's father's memorial service this week, checkup and battery replacement on our pickup - all of these seemed to have to happen during my yoga class time. Ah well. I'll soon get it all sorted.
Right now, I'm listening to Riley Sager's new book, Lock Every Door. Perfect for R.I.P. And I'm reading the second book in Dawn Brookes' mystery series set on a cruise ship, Deadly Cruise. Enjoying it very much. I would never make it on a cruise, but I like reading about them.
We are hosting a family birthday event this weekend so we will be busy. Football has begun - what more can you want? Take care everyone and hope you have a nice weekend!