Jul 17, 2011

Sunday Salon: Hot, hot, hot!

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I'm enjoying relatively cooler temperatures right now than back home, which will be 95 degrees tomorrow. I only hope my potted plants and flowers survive the heat onslaught.

Books I reviewed last week include
Killer Move, a psychological thriller by Michael Marshall,
County Line, a mystery by Bill Cameron, and
Overbite, a vampire thriller by Meg Cabot.

I've finished reading a couple of paperback cozies, one of which is Tempest in the Tea Leaves: A Fortune Teller Mystery by Kari Lee Townsend which I hope to review next week, and am planning to finish The Rules of the Tunnel by Ned Zeman for a TLC book tour in early August. I've ordered a copy of Pao by Kerry Young, which I should get in a few days.

My Kindle is filled with goodies which are both free downloads, amazon buys, and ebooks from authors. Am having a hard time pulling myself away from the print books with their gorgeous covers and picking up my Kindle. Anyone else having this problem?

My husband and I are listening to the audio book of The Postcard Killers, a thriller by James Patterson and Liza Marklund. It's pretty good so far!

What have you been reading? Keep cool, wherever you are!

6 comments:

  1. Oh, I can relate to the "hot, hot, hot," but this morning, it looks like it's slightly cooler. Yay!

    And yes, I have a hard time turning to my wonderful books on the Kindle, even though there are several I want to read. The print books are just more appealing...sigh.

    I did read one e-book last week and reviewed it...and have another one planned for this week, called "Heat Wave." Appropriate?

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  2. We're having a hideous heat wave right now - I hate it!

    Those sound great - I'm reading a new JD Robb now - good stuff!

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  3. How lovely to be in a place that's a bit cooler! We're headed north, here, in a little bit so it will be a nice relief from the sweaty south. Enjoy your cool and your books!

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  4. The print books usually grab my attention first because of the space they take up. I have them stacked up all over the coffee table and need to get them out of the way (not to mention the ones that are due at the library).

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  5. Tempest in the Tea Leaves sounds interesting.

    No, I can´t say it is the covers that keep me away from my Kindle, but I am determined to read so many paper books off my TBR that I will feel in control after the summer holidays. I have done quite well, but of course I can´t read a lot of Kindle books also :D

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  6. It's going to be crazy hot in Michigan this week too!!! Today I stayed in from about 11 am until now! I hate being cooped up in the house! I'm trying to get through my review copies so my Kindle has been lonely for me this week, but I have been busy putting a bunch of goodies on it!! Have a great week and stay cool!

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