Saturday, September 1, 2018

Saturday Reading Wrap-up - 9/1/18

Welcome to this week's Reading Wrap-up.  It wasn't a heavy reading week for me.  I'm pushing to get a book polished to send to my editor.  Considering that I intend to write a book this month, the coming wrap-ups might be a little light, too.  We'll see what September holds.

I didn't pick up any new books this week.  I'm committed to reading all the new books on my Kindle before I download any more.  You know, unless something awesome comes along.

Here's what I read last week:

61) Sabercat by TL Knighton (8/29/18) - SF*# - 4 stars.  New to me and underappreciated.
No Review.

60) Band of Brothers by Stephen Ambrose (8/27/18) - History - 5 stars.  I'd never read anything by Ambrose before, but I'd seen the mini-series.  And this definitely isn't underappreciated.
Review: "Excellent. I've watched the mini-series (which I wish they'd broadcast again) and thoroughly enjoyed that, so I thought I should probably read the book. Well worth the time."

No DNFs.

I'm currently reading a cozy mystery - :title redacted: to be exact.  I'm about 30% in and so far, so good.   (I redacted the title because I DNF'd it Sunday afternoon.  More on that next week.)

Read anything worth mentioning this week?  What are you reading now?

Note:  The number before each book indicate it's place in how many books I've read so far this year.  If you want to see the whole list, follow the link.

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