This Week In Books (February 3rd)

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I came across Lipsyy Lost & Found ‘s This Week In Books weekly post and thought it was a great idea to keep track of what is in my bag every week.

NOW ~ Digging to America, Anne Tyler
I started this one today. It’s my first time reading Anne Tyler. I was wandering in the library when I came across her name on the spine of a book. I recalled it being mentioned several times on blog so I decided to give it a try.

THEN ~ Royal Wedding, Meg Cabot
This book didn’t entirely live up to my expectations but I still had a nice time reading it.

NEXT ~ Too Many Cooks, Champagne For One, Rex Stout
Another good surprise from my trip to the library. The green cover caught my eye. I was pleased to see two mysteries waiting for me on the shelf. I don’t know anything about the author or the series so I’m really looking forward to reading it.

As usual, I took out too many books from the library so I had a hard time choosing which ones to pick for the week!
Nice reading to you all!

11 comments

  1. I’m really intrigued by Rex Stout’s books. I have a etsy shop where I sell vintage books and I’ve sold a few of his. The old covers are amazing! I’m yet to actually read one myself though!

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    • Thank you! I’ve only started today but so far I’m enjoying it, I’ll post a review this weekend. Libraries are magical places 🙂 but most of my friends hate going with me because they know I can spend two hours just wandering along the shelves to find the right book.

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