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Monday, December 21, 2009

What are you Reading December 21, 2009

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I only finished a couple of books last week but I had all long books and I'm nearly done another.

[Note re codes:  YGR is You Gotta Read Reviews; CR is CataRomance Reviews, BTL is Between the Line/WRDF - these are the three sites where I read and review.  There are links under Some Friends on the sidebar for each of these. MBS is this blog - Martha's BookShelf!]


PB: It Happened one Night by Lisa Dale. Can long time friends recognize that they may be meant for one another amid the complication that she is pregnant by another man? I didn't get that done last week so review will get posted later this week.

Kindle2:  Angel and the Lawman by Barbara W. Starmer.   A very good, very action filled Historical Western. Review to be posted at CR this week!

Audible: ---------

Audio CD:  What the Dog Saw by Malcom Gladwell.  This covered numerous interesting articles! It was great to listen to on my long ride this past weekend. I suddenly hit the end and had a sense of disappointment that it was over!!  Audio from Hachette. I'll send the review to YGR this week.  Giveaway in progress.


 Currently reading: 

PB:  Getting Lucky by Carolyn Brown. Neighboring ranchers butt heads!  J.Kaye and I started a Twitter read along on this last week. I am near the end (2 and a half chapters.) It started with a hero we weren't sure we would like but it picked up to be more fun in the middle! Reviewing for CR.

Then I'll get back to:
Don't Look Down by David Laing Dawson. A thriller about four murderers, 18 to 81, in a forensic psychiatric ward. Reading and reviewing for author through Bostwick. Only just started into this.

Kindle2:  Call Me Kate, Meeting the Molly Maguires by Molly Roe - Historical fiction about a 14 year old who infilitrates a secret Irish organization.  Reviewing on my blog, MBS, for Tribute Books.

and Released by Kimber Chin. A short suspense. Reviewing for YGR.

Audible: (March to the Sea by David Weber and John Ringo, my own TBR - on hold again - no reading on this till I get reviews caught up.)

Audio CD:   Hmmm - Need an Audio!  I don't have any review ones now.  Fortunately my brother-in-law left me the latest Holly Barker story from Stuart Woods, Hothouse Orchid, so looks like that will be the new listen!


  1. Oh wow! You did speed up! I still feel the same. It's not the best book in this series.

  2. Martha:

    I am looking for your review on Angel and the Lawman at CR and still haven't seen it. Was it any good?

    Barb Starmer

  3. Barb - Angel and the Lawman was VERY good!! Thank you for letting me read and review it. I am still running behind on finalizing reviews - I have about six to finish! I will e-mail you the link as soon as it gets posted!


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