Saturday, May 18, 2013

We are still in the thick of moving in and settling in the new house.  I have used my uber organized skills and created spreadsheets of each room and the to do lists are growing, but after having purchased a pantry cabinet and getting closets organized, I am feeling a little more moved in.  

Now to get my library complete!

This is two weeks worth of reading, since last Sunday, I was in the thick of painting in the library, that this post was completely forgotten.

A meme hosted by Sheila at BookJourney. 

Finished this past week:
If You Were Here by Alafair Burke
Is This Tomorrow by Caroline Leavitt
The Registry by Shannon Stoker
The Roots of the Olive Tree by Courtney Miller Santo
The Execution of Noa P. Singleton by Elizabeth L. Silver
The Newcomer by Robyn Carr

Currently Reading:
And She Was Good by Laura Lippman

Next on the TBR pile:
The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D by Nichole Bernier


Anonymous said...

Sounds like moving in is going smoothly then!

Enjoy your reading week

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

Mystica said...

The Elizabeth D book is a good one!

Unknown said...

I like the sound of The Execution of Noah P. Singleton. Is it non-fiction or fiction? Sounds like an interesting read. Enjoy your reads this week!

Take a look at what I'm reading this week.

Anonymous said...

I recently read an Alafair Burke book, but a stand alone, not part of her series. I understand the series are better.

Kritters Ramblings said...

The Execution of Noa P Singleton is fiction, but it definitely felt real!

Kristin said...

I have The Roots of the Olive Tree on my tbr list...hope you enjoyed it!

Have a great week!
~Kristin @ Always With a Book

Anonymous said...

I'm reading The Repeat Year by Andrea Lochen & Gambling on Love by Patti Shenberger and Nancy Fraser. Look for reviews of both of those next month.

Roses said...

Sounds like a busy week. I'm currently reading The Host by Stephenie Meyer.

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