Thursday Reads! 7.9.20

Hello there! Since I work a 4 day work week, I am going to post my weekend reads on Thursday, rather than Friday. Let’s see what I have coming up on my TBR…

The Finders: A Mystery (Mace Reid K-9 Mystery Book 1) by [Jeffrey B. Burton]

I read a great review of this book here that made me want to pick it up immediately. When I went to purchase it, I found the book was not available. Undettered, I went to Netgalley to see if any review copies were still available and BINGO! I will happily be reviewing this eBook ARC soon. I started it and I already like it because… dogs.

Aurora Rising (The Aurora Cycle Book 1) by [Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff]

I need an audio book to pass the time as well, especially when I’m cleaning. I picked this one because the reviews were great and I love science fiction. The audio book has a full cast and music. So I’m psyched.

The Summer Wives: A Novel by [Beatriz Williams]

Throwing this one into the mix, it’s been staring at me from my shelf for a while now.

I’m making a concerted effort to spend more time reading than watching television this weekend. I’ll update on Monday with how I did.

Our weekend plans are light. I am going to be buying decorative boxes for the apartment. And I want to better organize the kitchen.

Greyhound (Movie Tie-In): A Novel by [C. S. Forester]

Greyhound is coming out this weekend and that will definitely be on our watch list. I will probably be searching for a good biography or historical fiction book about Lafayette. I am a sucker for Civil War info.

Anyways, Happy Reading!

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