My reading and posting slowed down some this month. We’ve been busier lately, doing this and that. I found out there are going to be some big changes in our classroom this upcoming school year which has me a bit stressed. It’s outside of my control, but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to worry about it!
My son finished up his summer orchestra camp today with a group performance. He plays viola and was the only one in the camp. Violas are in demand! My daughter plays cello and made it into the high school’s chamber orchestra for her senior year. We’re very proud of both of them. It’s hard to believe we have a senior and sophomore now.
The cicadas are singing which means summer’s days are numbered! I know they annoy a lot of people, but I like listening to them. They seem quiet this year, though maybe it’s August that they’re louder.
Read Since Last Time:
THE HOUSE ACROSS THE LAKE by Riley Sager
SUMMER’S EDGE by Dana Mele
SUN DAMAGE by Sabine Durrant *
THE SAFE PLACE by Anna Downes *
* I’m loving the South of France setting!
Posts Since Last Time:
THE HOUSE ACROSS THE LAKE by Riley Sager [Review]
IN ANOTHER LIGHT by A. J. Banner [Review]
142 OSTRICHES by April Davila [Review]
THE LAST TO VANISH by Megan Miranda
New York Times bestselling author Megan Miranda returns with a gripping and propulsive thriller that opens with the disappearance of a journalist who is investigating a string of vanishings in the resort town of Cutter’s Pass—will its dark secrets finally be revealed?
A SUMMER TO REMEMBER by Erika Montgomery
Experience the salty breeze of a Cape Cod summer as it sweeps through this sparkling, romantic, and timeless debut novel tinged with a love of old Hollywood.
Hopefully I can do some blog hopping this weekend and catch up with everyone. Thanks for stopping by & have a wonderful week! — 𝓓𝓲𝓪𝓷𝓪