This month the meme is being hosted by 5 Minutes for Books.
I had a lovely mailbox - first is a perennial favourite author of mine. Elizabeth George
I've already started on this one and its fabulous!
This author is new to me and I liked the story.
A different genre altogether in Michelle Moran's Nefertiti
This is a win from The Blue Bookcase. Thank you so much for the win which came in just a few days courtesy DHL!
This meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
I am reading Elizabeth George's This Body of Death which is absolutely amazing. Have read and reviewed quite a few books this past week. I have a good stock of books now in hand for the coming weeks.
Next weekend I will be flying to Melbourne to visit the children and haunt the Carnegie library. I think the fascination I have for Melbourne is partly the books! the variety and the choices available are so good and my lists are all ready to go.
I'll have to look into the books by Elizabeth George...I haven't read anything by her. Thanks for the recommendation. :)ReplyDelete
I hope you like Moran's book :D I do love herReplyDelete
I'm just writing my review of The Unfinished Journals of Elizabeth D right now, I enjoyed it!ReplyDelete
Have a great reading week!
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
I loved Nefertiti, hope you do too. The Unfinished Work Of Elizabeth D seems to be popular.ReplyDelete
Have a great week, happy reading and enjoy your time in Melbourne, how long are you staying this time?
i have Elizabeth George as yet unread, but eventually that will change :)
great reading ahead for you, Mystica ~ EnJoy!
Those titles are new to me.ReplyDelete
I had a fantastic week of reading so it's really difficult to pick a favorite book. I'm going to have go with a fan girl response and say the best (out of an extremely good set of books) was The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There by Catherynne M. Valente. Please come and see what else I'm reading.
I adore Michelle Moran's work and I don't think I've read that one! Adding it to my mental tbr pile right now :)ReplyDelete
Have a great week of reading!!
I do love variety in my reads tooReplyDelete
Missing Mark looks great - I love that kind of cover. Hope you'll enjoy it. My friend bought an Elisabeth George the other day, she's read lots of her books but I haven't read any yet! Obviously I'm missing out.ReplyDelete
Have a great time in Melbourne.
Hope you enjoy The Unfinished Journals of Elizabeth D - have just read it for a read-along and liked it.ReplyDelete
I've read good things about every one of those books! It looks like you're in for some good reading.ReplyDelete
Your mailbox looks good! The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D catches my eye.ReplyDelete
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Elizabeth George always writes a wonderful story. I'll have to put this one on the list. Have a great week, Mystica and enjoy your new reads.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D. Enjoy your visit to Melbourne and I hope you pick up some great books!ReplyDelete
Great choices. enjoy your trip.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books and your trip to Melbourne.ReplyDelete
I never liked Elizabeth George...I should give her another try.
ENJOY your week!!
Have a great trip! Michelle Moran's books are great.ReplyDelete
Great mix this week, happy reading!ReplyDelete
Sounds like a great week of reading.ReplyDelete
Have fun with your new books! Have a great reading week...!!!ReplyDelete
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I will have to look up This Body of Death, looks great, so me.ReplyDelete
Mystica, enjoy your travel and reading!ReplyDelete
Have fun in Melbourne!!!! :) don't party too hard!ReplyDelete
Have a great week :) The Brunette Librarian's Blog
Hope you have a great week!ReplyDelete
Have a great trip!ReplyDelete
This Body of Death sounds really good! I've only been to Melbourne once (it's a long way from the US), but would love to go again. Hope you have a good trip!ReplyDelete
The Unfinished work of Elizabeth D. looks interesting to me. Enjoy it!ReplyDelete
I loved Nefertiti - I hope you like it too! :)ReplyDelete
I will have to check out Elizabeth George. I have not read any books by her so I am curious about her since she said she is a favorite of yours.ReplyDelete
I hope you love Nefertiti as much as I did. Enjoy your new books!ReplyDelete