I'm delighted to be linking my weekly book recap to two memes this week:
Sunday Post, a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer, where bloggers share weekly book recaps and other news . . . AND . . .
My Week in Books . . . February 11 - 17
Still reading . . .
Ashenden by Elizabeth Wilhide
Borrowed from my local library . . .
Defending Jacob by William Landay; The Diary of a Provincial Lady by E.M. Delafield; Speaking from Among the Bones by Alan Bradley; Fonduing Fathers by Julie Hyzy; Absent Friends by S.J. Rozan
Downloaded on my Nook . . .
Sacred Treason by James Forrester; Until You by Sandra Marton
Meets Girl by Will Entrekin; Curricle & Chaise by Lizzie Church; Never Smile at Strangers by Jennifer Minar-Jaynes
Enjoy life with books...
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Sunday Post--Stacking the Shelves--My Weekly Book Recap was originally published by Catherine for bookclublibrarian.com. This post cannot be republished without express written consent.
New follower! Never Smile at Strangers looks interesting! Good haul!ReplyDelete
Check out my SP & STS.
Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know
Love your blog and your list. What a great Valentine's Day you had! I'm now following you too, via GFC.Delete
New follower. Interesting haul. You got some books that I've never heard of. I like finding new books. Come visit me as well.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Grace. I'm now following you too via GFC.Delete
Nice haul. Sacred Treason has a great cover. I'm curious about it. Happy reading.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by
Jenea @ Books Live Forever's Sunday Post
Wow I think these are all new to me I'm gonna have to hunt them down on Goodreads! Awesome haul!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Giselle. As the saying goes, so many books, so little time!Delete
Newly following your blog. I've never read Diary of a Provincial Lady, but I've heard of it (mostly favorably.) I'll be interested to see what you think of it! And thank you for stopping by my Sunday Post earlier!ReplyDelete
I started following you on Twitter a minute ago. I love your concept. Please check out my Sunday Post at:ReplyDelete
Also, please vote in my Revisited Challenge.
Have an awesome week!
Thanks, Jorie. You've got a great blog and I am now following you on Twitter also.Delete
I've read such great things about the Alan Bradley series - I really need to get started on that one!ReplyDelete
It's a great series, Carrie, with a precocious, endearing young heroine.Delete
I am curious about Scared Treason, what a lovely haul Catherine! The Sunday PostReplyDelete
Thanks for the feedback, Kim. I downloaded Sacred Treason for free from Barnes & Noble.Delete