Weekly Wrap-Up (Apr 13 – Apr 19)

Weekly Wrap-Up

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BOOKS READ

• Two ebooks – The Body in the Attic and The Body in the Wetlands by Judi Lynn
• Six audiobooks – Burying the Honeysuckle Girls by Emily Carpenter, Malice by Jennifer Jaynes, Off Season by Jack Ketchum, The 17th Suspect by James Patterson, and Deadly Recall and Deranged by T.R. Ragan

The Body in the Attic by Judi LynnThe Body in the Wetlands by Judi LynnBurying the Honeysuckle Girls by Emily CarpenterMalice by Jennifer JaynesOff Season by Jack KetchumThe 17th Suspect by James Patterson Deadly Recall by T.R. RaganDeranged by T.R. Ragan


BOOKS ACQUIRED

One library book – No Exit by Taylor Adams

No Exit by Taylor Adams


CURRENTLY READING

Currently reading three books – one print book (No Exit by Taylor Adams), one ebook (The Dare by Carol Wyer), and one audiobook (Witness by Caroline Mitchell).

No Exit by Taylor AdamsThe Dare by Carol WyerWitness by Caroline Mitchell


ON THE BLOG

THIS WEEK

MONDAY – Book Reviews: Wolfhunter River by Rachel Caine & Catch Your Death by Kierney Scott
TUESDAY – Top Ten Tuesday: Rainy Day Reads
WEDNESDAY – Book Review: The Missing Years by Lexie Elliott
THURSDAY – Book Reviews: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides & Verity by Colleen Hoover
FRIDAY – Weekly Wrap-Up (Apr 13 – Apr 19)

NEXT WEEK

MONDAY – Book Review: The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepworth
TUESDAY – Top Ten Tuesday: First Books I Reviewed
WEDNESDAY – Book Review: The Body in the Wetlands by Judi Lynn
THURSDAY – Book Review: The Dare by Carol Wyer
FRIDAY – Weekly Wrap-Up (Apr 20 – Apr 26)

Thanks for stopping by Nightcap Books. Happy Reading!

4 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up (Apr 13 – Apr 19)

    1. I stick pretty close to my reading schedule. I allow a little wiggle room, since I tend to be a mood reader and throw in something random. Mostly, planning which books to read each week works for me.

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