I seem to be reading quite a lot of series lately. The Inspector Gamache series is my new favorite and I’m thrilled that there are so many still ahead of me! I’m linking up with Jana Says and Modern Mrs Darcy as usual to share mini reviews our recent reads!
Work Book (for lunchtime reading):
This category is on hiatus while I’m home on maternity leave! Only a week to go before I’m back at work 🙁
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon – I’m a big fan of rereading books and this did not disappoint. I somehow forgot everything that happened so parts were still suspenseful. Now the big question is whether to continue the series… Last time I only made it halfway through book two before abandoning it. Any suggestions??
The Cruelest Month by Louise Penny – On to #3! I wasn’t as big of a fan of the second book in this series, but the third is living up to my former expectations! It’s also just a bit creepy which is making it a daytime read hehe.
Husband Material by Emily Belden – Thanks to NetGalley for sending this my way! I just realized it doesn’t come out until December, so it’s a good one to preorder, forget about, then be pleasantly surprised when it unexpectedly shows up! I love that the main character is a coder working in L.A.
Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum – Now that I’m reading more ebooks on my Kindle (#momlife) I signed up for Modern Mrs Darcy’s ebook sale emails to buy more through Amazon. So far I haven’t paid for any because I’m using the digital credits we receive when we choose to delay our Prime shipments. We buy so many things through Amazon that those credits really add up! Long story short, this book was one of those purchases haha. It’s a young adult novel about an anonymous email friend that helps the new girl navigate her high school. I’m addicted to books told through emails/texts so I like this a lot so far.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling – I had to wait a bit for #3 to become available through my library. So happy it’s finally here!
Around the Web:
Calculate Reading Time – This fancy website helps figure out how long it will take you to read any book. You can even update the reading speed to whatever yours is (there’s a test for that too).
Summer Reading Chart – A free printable chart to keep track of your summer reading. Great for kids or adults!
For more mini reviews, check out Reading Roundup #54!