Well, here we are again at another Saturday morning where I didn't schedule this ahead of time. And it was even a good reading week. Drat. Luckily, I'd already done the Books Read part and the other parts are easy. I need more coffee.
The only new book I picked up this week was my own. I bought an ecopy and I have a paperback proof on its way here. Should have that in my hot little hands Monday. Those are for not actual reading reading, but more for scanning through to make sure nothing got messed up in the process. The ebook looks fine to me.
18) Defending Free Speech By Simpson, et al (3/25/21) - NF Essays - 4 stars. Not new to me but underappreciated as far as reviews go. Paid full paperback price - $6.95. This will go on our philosophy shelf for later reference
17) Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder (3/22/21) - MG Literature - 5 stars. Surprising enough, I've never read these books before. Bought a new paperback copy - $4.99
Review: "Hard to believe I'd never read this one. It's a nice little book and i'm glad I finally took the time to read it."
16) Salt in the Wounds by Mark Richards (3/22/21) - Suspense*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated. Free off the Robin Reads newsletter.
Review: "Interesting story with relatable characters, although I did have a problem with the daughter here and there getting away with things I wouldn't allow a 13-yr-old to do. But hey, maybe that's normal in the UK. It was still an awesome suspense and I thoroughly enjoyed it."
Currently reading... I'm in the middle of a romance by an author I'd read loads of before. So far so good.
What did you read last week?