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Sunday, November 18

Sunday Post: November 18, 2018

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @  Caffeinated Book Reviewer!


Good Evening, Everyone!


My Current Reads!

Between rearranging furniture, cleaning the house excessively, and running dozens of errands, I had very little free time to read last week. Hopefully, I will find the time to begin reading Girls of Paper And Fire tomorrow. It's the only book I have on my agenda this week. I should have more time to read once I get past Thanksgiving. 

Reading Update

I did read a few more pages in the biography American Mirror: The Life and Art of Norman Rockwell. I'm now on page 78.

 

Last Week's Reviews

(book)

(Blu-ray)

(DVD)

 

In The Mail

Books


The only book in the mail last week was Who I Am With You by Robin Lee Hatcher, which I'll be reviewing in January.

  Holiday Gift Guide


20th Century Fox nicely sent me the Maze Runner Trilogy Blu-ray/DVD Gift Set, which I will be reviewing during my upcoming Holiday Gift Guide!


New On The Bookshelf


Great Finds


I stopped by the local thrift store and bought one book - Dorthy Must Die by Danielle Paige. I don't remember what I paid for the paperback, but it was under a dollar.
 

While I was in the a Dollar Tree store getting cleaning supplies, I glanced at the book section and found Duplicity: A Julia Gooden Mystery by Jane Haseldine. It was published last year by Kensington Books.

Kindle

Last week, I went through the rest of my books, boxed up the ones I no longer wanted, and donated them to Salvation Army. While I was sorting through the books, I made sure to put aside all of the titles by John Saul, as I want to reread them in 2019. This is when I noticed I didn't own two of his novels - The Unwanted and Hellfire. Since I'm short on cash because of the Holidays, I decided to look for the books at my town's library. I guess they're rearranging things because there are books just stacked up on the floor. Many of the bookcases were missing. Eventually, I did find the "S" section and to my surprise they only had five books by John Saul. Why was I surprised? At one point in time, the library carried almost all of the author's titles. 

Anyway, I ended purchasing The Unwanted and Hellfire on Kindle at cheap prices. I don't believe I have ever read either book, so I'm looking forward to reading them in 2019!





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