I'm just as surprised as you are, Sirius Black!
And why didn't I run Wednesday as well? Because I had book club! I realize that most people who want a book club already have one, and I've been talking about it half my life. So finally I decided to put up or shut up and we had our first meeting this week. We read Station Eleven and while we got a bit sidetracked on discussion it was a lot of fun. Since it was our first meeting we spent a lot of time talking about other books and our bookish history and getting to know each other's preferences. We are planning to rotate through our own TBR for titles. I chose Station Eleven, Jenna chose next months book (The Man Who Killed Kennedy ), Lyndee will go next, etc. We have veto power, but the idea is that we have to not reject it without a good reason. No one wants depressing books, but that's about it. No excessive crying (sorry, Shawna.) Anyone have suggestions?
What I Read (Am Reading):
- Something True by Karelia Stetz-Waters (NetGalley) This one is outside of my usual romance road, as it features two female leads, but I'm enjoying it.
- The Sweet Spot: How to Find Your Groove at Home and Work by Christine Carter. (NetGalley) I DNF'd this one. It just was not what I thought it would be.
- Echo Lake by Carla Neggers (NetGalley) My first full length Neggers, review to come.
- Outlander by Diana Gabaldon (Personal e-book/audio) I listened to this one for two miles while I was on the treadmill. Guys, I'm not feeling the love everyone else does.
New on my e-Shelf:
- The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ by Roger Stone. (Purchases for Book Club)
- Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton (NetGalley)
- The Dark Side of the Road by Simon R. Green (NetGalley) Mike and I loved the Nightside books.
- How (Not) to Fall in Love by Lisa Brown Roberts (NetGalley) YA Romance.
- Moonlight on My Mind by Jennifer McQuiston. (Purchased) McQuiston is also an infectious disease expert and the combination of those two things fascinates me.
The ones I'm hoping to read next, but don't hold me to it:
- Fire Me Up by Kimberly Kincaid. (NetGalley) I read another in this series recently and thought I'd give her a second chance.
- Sweet Talking Man by Liz Talley. (NetGalley) I've yet to read a Liz Talley I didn't love.
- Tales from Another Mother Runner by Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea (NetGalley, but I would have bought it.) I need to get my mojo back and I loved their first two.