The hunt for the house for our daughter continues amid fits and starts, the last being cancelled as she loads a truck ready to drive east. It’s been nerve wracking not to mention expensive and time consuming. However, we’ve switched plans and now she’ll come here while we continue the house search. In the meantime, the garden has suffered as the wildlife has made short work of our sweet peas, eggplant, and beans. The rain this last week has everything thoroughly soggy and the weeds are competing for space. My blog schedule has changed, then changed again, and no doubt will be on a reduced schedule into July until this is all resolved. I hope you noticed I’ve been missing!
It’s good the CE continues to read, though even getting his reviews posted has been a problem. We posted fourteen book reviews for June that included ARCs from NetGalley, author requests, and audiobooks from our local library. They included family fiction, cozy mysteries, historical fiction, crime fiction, and sci-fi technothrillers.
- Vicious Circle by C J Box
- Land of Wolves by Craig Johnson
- Destroyer Angel by Nevada Barr
- The Forever Home by Sue Watson
- Aftermath by Terri Blackstock
- Keeping Guard by Sandra Owens
- Wolfe Trap by Matt Cost
- Bad Moon Rising by John Galligan
- Safe Harbour by Mike Martin
- Dog Eat Dog by David Rosenfelt
- Draw and Order by Cheryl Hollon
- Net Force: Kill Chain by Jerome Preisler
- Flea Market Felony by Tricia L Sanders
- The Memory Stones by Lewis Pennington
NetGalley – Maintaining 95-96% on NG, now at 52 towards a goal of 75.
Goodreads has me at 96 towards my challenge of 175.
Only three books in June for the Audiobook challenge bringing the total to 24 but still no problem to reach the goal of between 20-30.
Historical Fiction – One historical fiction book in June, but this goal is completed.
You can check out my challenges progress by clicking on my Reading Challenges page.
As always, welcome to my new followers—and thank you to all my active followers, your likes and comments are appreciated. Hopefully your July won’t be stifling hot and your area has opened back up to a quick and easy maskless trip to the store.
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