Sunday, July 3, 2016

Happy Monday, Happy July 4th, Happy Belated Canada Day




Book Date now hosts It's Monday What Are Your Reading?  The meme that we use to share what we read this past week and what our plans are for the upcoming week.  It's a great way to see what others are reading and add to your own To Be Read List.


I'm currently reading a favourite author




I just completed and loved the latest from a favourite series.




I reviewed and cannot recommend, please read another by her instead.  My Review




I teased myself by mistake, eek

I saw a FREE 5 chapters of this one so I downloaded it as I usually just start with a sample of Kindle books.  Well......... I was hooked ready to go on and guess what, it releases on August 9, 2016.  I have to wait another month, ugggh, I totally teased myself.  I can't wait to figure what the heck happens Behind Closed Doors.





What has been your favourite book of the year so far?  Please tell me in the comments.  Here is mine.

My Review



I hope everyone enjoys there week.


20 comments:

  1. I have "Inside the O'Briens" but I haven't read it yet. I've read two of Genova's other books and really loved them, though.

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  2. I have heard some good comments about Inside the O'Briens and have dithered about reading it because of its content but will most likely get there.

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  3. I haven't read a Lisa Genova book yet. My book club is reading Still Alice this fall so I guess I'll finally be able to say I've read one of her books.

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  4. I read Still Alice and Left Neglected by Lisa Genova. I had started The O'Briens last year from the library but wound up returning it before I finished. I hope you enjoy it.

    I read two Andrea Kane books a few years ago recommended by you-- The Girl Who Disappeared Twice and The Line Between Here and Gone. I remember enjoying them though.

    Have a good week at work and home!

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  5. All of these look really good. Happy Reading!

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  6. I really liked INSIDE THE O'BRIENS. I think Lisa Genova puts a face to many tragic illnesses and helps us understand them better.

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  7. I loved Inside the O'Brien's and Don't You Cry. Behind Closed Doors is on my wish list. Enjoy!

    Here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES

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  8. I hope BEHIND CLOSED DOORS is worth it when you finally get to see what happens!

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  9. I can't do those teasers and never read the excerpts from the next book that is frequently at the end of series books. I am not at all good at waiting for the rest. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

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  10. I loved Insided the O'Briens. It reminded me of Still Alice quite a bit.

    August 9th will be here in the blink of an eye :) Hope the book lives up to your expectations!

    My favorite of 2016 so far is Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys.

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  11. I've heard Inside the O'Briens is wonderful!

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  12. Thanks for the Canada Day wishes! Happy 4th of July to you and yours!

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  13. I haven't heard of The Word Game yet it looks like a good read. I'll have to check it out. I hope you enjoy your books this week and have a great week.

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  14. I should find out more about Inside the O'Briens since Still Alice was so good!

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  15. Guess I'll pass on "Don't You Cry", heard a lot of good things about this author but I guess I'll try another of her books :)

    Oh my god, it's Monday!

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  16. I want to read Behind Closed Doors. It'll be on my wishlist.

    My favourite book of the year so far is Redemption Road by John Hart and I Let You Go by Clarence Mackintosh. Both of them blew me away!

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  17. I've read two of your books - both good. I hope you enjoy them all.

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  18. Inside the O'Briens certainly gives readers a lot to think about! I really have to go back and read her backlist one of these days...

    Happy reading!

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  19. I have Inside the O'Briens on my unread shelf - I've been loving Lisa Genova's work since delving in to them, but being particular and wanting to read them in order means I've had to wait to get my hands on Love Anthony before reading Inside the O'Briens. I've been itching to pick that title up for a good few weeks now, so caved a couple of days ago actually and purchased Love Anthony, so I'm sure Lisa Genova will be featuring on my blog sometime this month too. I hope you're enjoying the book!

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  20. It would bug me so much if I got so caught up in a book and then cannot read it until a month or so later. Ugh! Hope this month flies by for you.

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