Weekly Round-Up 4/29/2018

Welcome to Spring in North Dakota! My grass is starting to be green again but no flowers yet. All the neighbors mowed their lawns yesterday but I honestly don’t see the need for that yet. My son received his cap and gown this past week for his graduation and the school will take pictures on Wednesday. It’s getting very close. May 27 will be the big day, so less than a month away. I had a tough week where I wasn’t feeling very well for a couple of days and feel like I haven’t done a lot of reading, but let’s look at the numbers and find out.

TBR – I didn’t add any books this week. I did remove 1 from the list because I just don’t think I will finish it. Finally, I did finish reading 1 book (review up in a day or 2). So the total as of today is 269.

Goodreads Challenge – I am 2 books ahead of schedule.

NetGalley score – No change at 88%.

John Connolly Challenge – I’m currently listening to the 6th book, “The Black Angel”.

Coming Up – I just started reading “House Witness” by Mike Lawson.House Witness I believe this is the 1st in what will be a series. After that, I will pick up “The Whispering Room” by Dean Koontz.The Whispering Room

I hope you all are having a great weekend and I will check in with you again next week.

Question of the week: What is your favorite genre?

Happy Reading!

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One thought on “Weekly Round-Up 4/29/2018

  1. Goodness! Favourite genre is harder than it looks… hmm. Used to be crime, but I’m fed up with the current trends, so probably classics at the moment. Hope you’re feeling better!

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