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The usual. Plus, the first stage of a root canal and crown. Part two comes this Thursday. Part 3 to follow. Ugh.
Oh, and regarding this week's post - this is 2 weeks worth and includes several picture books....
Lately, I've been reading (and/or posting):
The Mystery Woman (Ladies of Lantern Street, Bk 2) by Amanda Quick (Paranormal Historical Romantic Suspense)
Doll Bones by Holly Black (MG Children's Fantasy Horror)
A couple of children's dragon books... including:
The Angry Little Knight by Annette Langen; Illustrated by Katja Gehrmann (Children's picture book)
Old MacDonald Had a Dragon by Ken Baker; Illustrated by Christopher Santoro (Children's picture book)
Noisy Children's books... including:
The Twins: Two by Two by Catherine and Laurence Anholt (Children's picture book)
Dinosaur Thunder by Marion Dane Bauer; Illustrated by Margaret Chodos-Irvine (Children's picture book)
Monument to the Dead (Museum Mystery, Bk 4) by Sheila Connolly (Cozy Mystery)
Steadfast (Elemental Masters, Bk 9) by Mercedes Lackey (Fantasy)
A couple Salina Yoon children's books: Opposnakes and Penguin on Vacation (Children's picture books)
Star Wars: Vader's Little Princess by Jeffrey Brown (Graphic Novel)
A Place for Turtles (A Place for..., Bk 6) by Melissa Stewart; Illustrated by Higgins Bond (Children's Nonfiction picture book)
Knit Your Bit: A World War I Story by Deborah Hopkinson; Illustrated by Steven Guarnaccia (Children's picture book)
Fonduing Fathers (White House Chef Mystery, Bk 6) by Julie Hyzy (Cozy Mystery)
Blood Lance (Noir Mystery, Bk 5) by Jeri Westerson (Historical Noir Mystery)
The Art Forger by B. A. Shapiro; Read by Xe Sands (General Fiction / Mystery Audiobook)
Bury Your Dead (Chief Inspector Gamache / Three Pines Mystery, Bk 6) by Louise Penny; Read by Ralph Cosham (Canadian Mystery) (Goodreads)
So I was supposed to read that President's Club book, but the book club is this Tuesday, and I only read the Introduction. But I have plenty of others I can be reading.
What have you been reading?