Sunday Post hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer is a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.
It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are currently, and about to be reading over the week. It’s a great post to organise yourself. It’s an opportunity to visit and comment, and add to that ever-growing TBR pile! So welcome in everyone. This meme is hosted by Kathryn at The Book Date
Off the Blog
Today is my dad’s birthday so we have been celebrating that. Otherwise, this week was very low-key having dinner with friends (and I don’t mean Rachel Green) I also have to admit that my inner true crime fan won and watched Dr. Phil’s interview with Burke Ramsey. It is hard to believe Jonbenet’s death was almost twenty years ago and remains unsolved.
Last week on the blog
- [12 Sep] Sunday Post #83
- [13 Sep] The Tea Planter's Wife: A Novel by Dinah Jefferies ★★½
- [14 Sep] Fall Bloggiesta 2016
- [15 Sep] To Be Read Thursday: Little Face
- [16 Sep] The Most Dangerous Animal of All: Searching for My Father . . . and Finding the Zodiac Killer by Gary L. Stewart, Susan D. Mustafa
- [16 Sep] My TBR and Little Face
- [18 Sep] Sunday Post #84
This week on the blog
- [20 Sep] Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew'd (Flavia de Luce, #8) by Alan Bradley ★★★★
- [23 Sep] The Cuckoo's Calling (Cormoran Strike, #1) by Robert Galbraith, J.K. Rowling
- [25 Sep] Sunday Post #85
Read This Week
And Then There Were None is the first book I have read by Agatha Christie and was very much impressed by her writing skills of suspense and weaving a good mystery as well as adding “Easter Eggs” to the plot. I think I could read this book three more times and still pick up tidbits I missed in previous reads.
Clawback is another good addition to the Ali Reynolds series. While the book has an interesting plot on Ponzi schemes it did drag a little at the end. However, in the end is worth the read.