Mailbox Monday Edition
Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. Mailbox Monday now has a permanent home on its blog. Link up to share your MM.
What I read and/or featured in last two weeks:
Mantis Force: Retribution (Marium Kahnet Book 1) by R.J. Amezcua (Review and Giveaway) This one is for die-hard fans of sci-fi and fantasy.
Sophia Writes to Her Bully by Dr. Mildred D. Peyton, with Leah N. Peyton and Jada L. Peyton (Book Review and Giveaway!) A children's book that opens up a conversation about bullying
Joy to You and Me (at Work!) by Amy Thornton (Book Spotlight, Author Interview and Giveaway!) Perfect if you need some motivation in the workforce.
Alycat and the Friendship Friday by Alysson Foti Bourque (Book Spotlight and Giveaway!) New release in the Alycat series!
The Wisdom of Listening: Pieces of Gold from a Decade of Interviewing and Life by Marilyn R. Wilson (Review, Author Interview and Giveaway!) Loved this one.
Just started this one and thrilled to finally be reading a book by this author.
Stop by and enter my giveaways!
Also posted on the right sidebar.
Hope you all have a great reading week.
It's so hot here in the summer that I wait until fall to get outside for exercise and fresh air. I usually do long walks, and camping time is approaching. My son and I have a few weekends planned for that. Should be fun. Happy cycling:)ReplyDelete
My Sunday Post
This year I cycled between May and October. Our summer was hotter than usual but the heat doesn't bother me. I like taking long walks too.Delete
Fantastic to get our there and cycle and stay away from the computer. Your current read looks gorgeous and do hope you are loving it.ReplyDelete
Yes, it felt liberating. It's been years since I've cycled so much. I'm glad I took it up again.Delete
Storm Taken has a striking cover! And good for you on cycling in the summer- I agree it feels good (and is a lot healthier lol) to spend less time at the computer!ReplyDelete
Have a super week ahead!
I'm looking forward to reading Storm Taken. :-)Delete
Congrats on getting out on the bike! It is nice to walk away from the computer sometimes. Storm Taken looks interesting, I'll have to check that out.ReplyDelete
Thanks Aymee. :-)Delete
It has been too hot here to bicycle or even walk...but now would be a good time. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your week, and thanks for visiting my blog.
It's now too cold here, although it doesn't stop those die-hard bikers. For me, it's a form of exercise I love.Delete
Welcome back dear friend.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful week!!
Thank you, bella!Delete
welcome back, though bicycling is great too! My post is here: https://wordsandpeace.com/2018/10/15/its-monday-what-are-you-reading-october-15/ReplyDelete
Merci, ma belle!Delete
Welcome back! It sounds like you had fun biking. I sold my bike before I moved to Duluth since Duluth has way too many hills for this casual biker. Come see my week here. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Kathy! I'm actually thinking of getting a lighter bike since I'm now biking more than I used to.Delete
Lullaby Road is a good reminder that I want to read the first book and haven't yet. My weekly updatesReplyDelete
I haven't read the first book either.Delete
It’s awesome that you’ve been biking so much. I used to ride my bike all the time, but I stopped a few years ago when I started running. I hope you enjoy your new books!ReplyDelete
Aj @ Read All The Things!
All new. The one you're reading now sounds very appealing.ReplyDelete
How is the Bryd novel? I think I'd enjoy it. Glad to see you are back!ReplyDelete
It's good. A little slow and more of a mystery. I'm enjoying it though.Delete