Weekly Wrap-Up (Dec 29 – Jan 4)

Weekly Wrap-Up

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My first weekly wrap-up for 2019! I started off the year with a bang, meaning a trip to the library and an organized Kindle. Do I know how to party or what? And, yeah, I know one of my reading goals for the year is to read more books I own, but I couldn’t resist picking up some books when I went to the library this week.


Sat, Dec 29 – Book Review: The Au Pair by Emma Rous
Sun, Dec 30 – 2019 Reading Challenges
Reading Challenge: Audiobook 2019
Reading Challenge: Colors 2019
Reading Challenge: Genre Bingo 2019
Reading Challenge: Goodreads 2019
Reading Challenge: Library Love 2019
Reading Challenge: Modern Mrs. Darcy 2019
Reading Challenge: Netgalley and Edelweiss 2019
Reading Challenge: PopSugar 2019
Reading Challenge: Read Harder 2019
Mon, Dec 31 – Reading Update: December 2018
2018 Reading Wrap-Up
Tue, Jan 1 – Top Ten Tuesday: Best Books I Read in 2018
Wed, Jan 2 – Reading Goals for 2019
Thu, Jan 3 – Book Review: She Lies in Wait by Gytha Lodge


Mon, Jan 7 – Book Review: Looker by Laura Sims
Tue, Jan 8 – Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Releases for the First Half of 2019
Wed, Jan 9 – Book Review: Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer by Ryan Suvaal
Thu, Jan 10 – Book Review: The Perfect Liar by Thomas Christopher Greene
Fri, Jan 11 – Weekly Wrap-Up (Jan 5 – Jan 11)


Three books read this week – The Perfect Liar by Thomas Christopher Greene, As Long as We Both Shall Live by JoAnn Chaney, and The Mansion by Ezekiel Boone. Reviews to come for all of them.


Four audiobooks listened to this week – You by Caroline Kepnes, Sudden Death by David Rosenfelt, The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin, and Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King.


Four books received this month. Two books from Netgalley – The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepworth and The Hiding Place by C.J. Tudor. Two books from Edelweiss – The Better Sister by Alafair Burke and Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson.


Three books from Amazon. Two books received via Amazon’s First Reads this month – Blood for Blood by Victoria Selman and The Killer Collective by Barry Eisler. One free Kindle ebook – Broken Heart Attack by James J. Cudney was a free download.


Six books borrowed from the library this week – Murder at the Mill by M.B. Shaw, The Hunger by Alma Katsu, Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter, The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle, Dracul by Dacre Stoker and J.D. Barker, and Only Child by Rhiannon Navin, .

Thanks for stopping by Nightcap Books. Happy Reading!

9 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up (Dec 29 – Jan 4)

  1. The Wolves of Calla is one of the best books in the Dark Tower series. Also, Dracul takes time, it’s long and slow. However, it’s a good story.

    1. The Dark Tower series is one of the series I most want to finish this year. It’s good, but takes some time to get through. I’ve been on the fence about Dracul. Since the library had it, figured I’d go ahead and give it a shot. Hoping to read it next week. 😊

  2. Ah, i love Wolves of Calla. And cover is super pretty <3
    I tried to listen to a Stephen King book, but there was so much going on that i couldn't focus.

  3. You have some great ones on there that I have too. I am reading Looker right now. I will have have to check out your review!

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