Weekly Wrap-Up (October 12)

Weekly Wrap-Up

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Saturday, Oct 6 – The Sunshine Blogger Award
Sunday, Oct 7 – Book Review: Open Your Eyes by Paula Daly
Monday, Oct 8 – Book Review: The Lies We Told by Camilla Way
Tuesday, Oct 9 – Top Ten Tuesday: Longest Books I’ve Ever Read
Wednesday, Oct 10 – Book Review: Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh
Thursday, Oct 11 – Book Review: The Wife by Alafair Burke


Four books – Friday Night Lights, The President is Missing, Cross Her Heart, and John Dies at the End. I plan to review a couple of these on the blog – The President is Missing and Cross Her Heart.


I used OverDrive to borrow one audiobook from the library.


I’m currently reading three books – one physical book (Six of Crows), one ebook (For Better and Worse), and one audiobook (End of Watch).


One of my most anticipated reads of 2019 is A Beautiful Corpse. I was so excited to see it was on Netgalley! And even more excited that my request was approved!


No books purchased this week.


I borrowed one book from the library this week, Final Girls by Riley Sager.


My pick for this month’s Amazon’s First Reads was River Bodies.

Thanks for stopping by Nightcap Books. Hope you have an awesome week. Happy Reading!

10 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up (October 12)

    1. I hope to catch up on writing reviews next week, so my review for The President is Missing should, hopefully, be posted later this month. 😊

      Glad to see others like reading books in multiple formats at the same time. I’m such a mood reader, I tend to hop between books and formats. 😀

  1. Terrific books, Darinda! I have the Margot Hunt coming up, and you prompted me to click over and get the Katchur for my Amazon pick too! Thanks for that reminder! I didn’t even look at the other choices. I’ve meant to read a book from her for so long…I own at least two of her books that I can remember. Hopefully I’ll read this one before too long. Enjoy all your reads and happy weekend!

    1. Thanks, Jennifer! Hope you enjoy your reads, too. I haven’t read anything by Katchur either. Hopefully, I can get to this one in the next couple of weeks. Happy weekend!

    1. I haven’t written my review yet, but I should have something posted in the next couple of weeks. I read all of Patterson’s books, so I was excited to see this one.

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