Sep 22, 2019

Sunday Salon: Poems and Two Cozies

New books on the shelves:

Almost Home: Poems

Almost Home: Poems by Madison Kuhn

October 1, 2019; Gallery Books
Illustrations and poems of "home"

A Killer Carol (An Amish Mystery #7)

A Killer Carol by Laura Bradford, September 24, 2019; Berkley

Gift shop owner Claire tries to solve the murder of an elderly Amish couple in Pennsylvania.

A Night's Tail (Magical Cats Mystery #11)

 A Night's Tail by Sofie Kelly, September 3, 2019; Berkley

Librarian Kathleen and her two cats try to catch the killer of a visiting businessman in town.

Currently reading:

I was reading too many books to finish even one last week. Going from book to book, print to ebook and back, means that a book doesn't get read all the way through. Not a good habit, I am finding out.

I finished The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion for our book club early next month, but that's about it. 

How about you? Do you find yourself doing this too?

Memes: 
The Sunday Post hosted by The Caffeinated Bookreviewer. Also,  It's Monday: What Are You Reading, and the Sunday Salon,  Mailbox Monday.

9 comments:

Suko said...

Happy Sunday, Harvee! Enjoy your new books.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Enjoy your books and your upcoming week Thanks for sharing.

Greg said...

Ooh A Killer Carol looks so Christmasy! :)

Martha Eskuchen said...

A Killer Carol and A Night's Tale are books I have been eyeing.
I can relate to sometimes having too many books going so none get finished.
Enjoy all of your reading!

shelleyrae @ book'd out said...

I only read one book at a time, the multiple thing doesn’t work for me.

Have a great reading week

Mary (Bookfan) said...

I used to read two books at a time if they were different genres but these days I stick with one because life is a lot busier.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

I find that when I read a lot of books at once I have weeks in which I finish nothing followed by weeks in which I finish a bunch of books.

I like the idea of a librarian and her two cats solving crimes. I'm sure that would happen!

Have a great week!

bermudaonion said...

I'm impressed you're going to read poetry. I'd like to learn to appreciate it more.

Elizabeth said...

I hope you had a good reading week.