I also watched Marvel Studio's Black Panther on Netflix. I have a projector and we hooked it to my laptop and watched the movie on our wall. It felt like our own theatre. I loved the movie and Black Panther is now one of my favorite superheroes.
Mailbox Monday Edition
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I read the first book Halley's Casino, which was sci-fi with humor so I'm looking forward to reading this one!
This post-WWII psychological thriller is one of my most anticipated reads for December.
Free Kindle Books:
Historical fiction set in Canada
Bought on Kindle:
Another post-WWII historical novel
What I read and/or featured last week:
Spring Thaw by Lauren Carr (Review and Giveaway)
This book was a great way to revisit favorite characters
Seven Steps to Heal Your Thyroid by Dr. Meghna Thacker (Book Spotlight and Giveaway)
Stop by and enter my giveaways!
Also posted on the right sidebar.
Hope you all have a great reading week.
Burning Fields and Looking to the Stars... both sound good. My weekly updateReplyDelete
We watched Black Panther ovr the weekend too. :)ReplyDelete
I wasn't too excited about our early winter storm. Didn't even have time to get the leaves picked up. Be Still the Water and Burning Fields look fabulous. Hope you enjoy your new books.ReplyDelete
I hope the snow leaves us alone this winter but I'm whining about the cold already.ReplyDelete
Be Still the Water looks really good.
We had storm warning yesterday but it went a bit south of us - yay. Hoping to put off shoveling for as long as possible!ReplyDelete
Snow coming our way tomorrow. Winter is here to stay, sigh.Delete
Watching a movie on your wall sounds like fun, and takes me back to when we watched old home movies that way.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books...Spring Thaw looks tempting.
Stay warm! Here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES
hmm, post WWII psychological mystery sounds an interesting genre!ReplyDelete
My post is here: https://wordsandpeace.com/2018/11/26/its-monday-what-are-you-reading-nov-26/
I know, right? I look forward to this read.Delete
Nice assortment of books. The bad weather all missed us over Thanksgiving break now that I don't have to travel. Come see my week here. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
The marvels of what we can do with technology to give us a better viewing! I like the look of Burning Fields, hope its good when you get to it.ReplyDelete
My tech savvy kids got the idea of hooking up the projector for movie viewing.Delete
Fun on watching the movie on the wall. :)ReplyDelete
ENJOY your books and your week....I hope the snow stays away for a few more weeks here.
Yes, it's fun. Like a mini theater. :-)Delete
My neighbors used to have a movie projector like that when I was a kid. We would watch hockey games on their wall. Enjoy your books. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Aj @ Read All The Things!
I would never have thought of hooking up the projector for a movie but my tech-savvy kids did.Delete
I'm fascinated by the radical change of the seasons overseas. We have very very slight changes only which does not affect you in anyway!ReplyDelete
I love hot weather. I think I was born in the wrong country.Delete
Set in Canada? Sounds like one to add <3 and liking the WWII would be another I'd choose.. Have a safe and less snowy reading week !ReplyDelete
I love discovering good Canadian reads. We're expecting lots of snow this week.Delete
I like the cover for Marine and Burning Fields looks good. I hope things warm up a bit for you. We have a freeze warning tonight. Good time to snuggle with a good book.ReplyDelete
That freezing rain is so treacherous!Delete
sounds like a way my hubby would like to watch movies.ReplyDelete