Monday, March 26, 2018

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? - Mar 26




It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. It's a great post to organize yourself. It's an opportunity to visit and comment, and er... add to that ever growing TBR pile! So welcome in everyone. This meme started with J Kaye's Blog and then was taken up by Sheila from Book Journey. Sheila then passed it on to Kathryn at the Book Date.

Happy Monday! It's a busy one around here. I have an appointment at the school where our daughter was accepted for next year; need to take the dog to the vet; I also have a listing appointment. Not sure when I'll eat, but we'll see how it goes.

As for reading, I switched gears with the two books I've been reading. Because of the frantic pace of life right now, I needed to put the other book down for few days. I'm reading through this poetry collection and loving it.


Once done, I'll swing back around to finish this one:


After this review is done, I'll need to get back to this fun book so I'll be ready when it comes up to host the review in May. 


Bought myself a new book--though I really shouldn't. This is the third--and, I think, the last book in this series. :( 




What You Don't See Might Hurt You

Every year, residents of the small Amish community in Monte Vista, Colorado, look forward to the Ski Hi Stampede, the state's oldest professional rodeo. The rodeo is always good, clean entertainment for the hardworking farmers of the San Luis Valley. But this year, the Stampede turns deadly for one Amish man. Did rodeo fans see an unfortunate accident? Or something more sinister?

Amish bishop Henry Lapp is known far and wide for his uncanny ability to draw and remember the smallest details of anything he's seen, skills that have served him well in past investigations. He was at the rodeo that day. The problem? He didn't see Jason Scott's death.

With a murderer on the loose and members of his community being threatened, Henry must act fast. But can he solve a crime he didn't see? This time around, Henry will have to rely on his keen sense of human character and observation, skills he's honed in his role as bishop, if he hopes to crack the case.

What the Bishop Knows is a story of accepting our talents, putting one another first, and trusting that God will care for His children.

Can't wait to have time to read this one. I'm so excited it was released.

So what have you been reading? Any great books I should add to my list?

7 comments:

Kathryn T said...

You sure have been busy - hope you got lunch eventually! The getting organised book looks like a heap of fun.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Great looking books! I hope you enjoy them all...and have a wonderful week. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Kathy Martin said...

Nice assortment of books. I hope you can fit in time to read them. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

AJ Sterkel said...

Haha, that Hot Mess book is basically my life. Maybe I should get myself a copy. I hope you have a great week!

Aj @ Read All The Things!

pussreboots said...

I've only heard of Hot Mess but all the books look good. Come see what I'm reading

Nise' said...

Welcome to Moonlight Harbor was a good read. Hope you get plenty of time for reading this week.

Cheryl said...

Thanks for all the comments. Still no reading for me, but maybe school vacation week I can kick back a bit...wait, I have two listings coming that week. I guess no rest for the weary.