Monday, September 23, 2013

What's on Your Nightstand - September 2013

Can you believe it's almost the end of September already?  I sure can't.  But it's time for What's on Your Nightstand?

I just finished Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle.  I guess I should point out I was rereading the book.  It's a fun early to middle grade book that shows just how bad behavior can get out of hand if you let it, but in a very humorous way.  Want to find out more?  Here's my review.

I am currently 200 pages into Mama Rides Shotgun, a humorous mystery by Deborah Sharp.  I'm definitely enjoying it and wondering why I didn't get to it sooner.  That's the second time I've been wondering that this month, too.

And what's on deck?  Well, I did just list out my books for the next three months when I joined Fall Into Reading 2013 (still time to sign up if you want).  But in my immediate future are Deadly Heat by Richard Castle. (Or a ghost writer.  Nah, it's got to be the character from the TV show.)  Then comes Death al Dente by Leslie Budewitz.

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    1. The series really is fun. At some point, I need to read the new one they put out a few years ago.

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  2. I remember Mrs Piggle-Wiggle. :) Fun reading.

    Just checked out your Fall into Reading list. Quite a lot of books! Enjoy.

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    1. Thanks. I'm sure I'll enjoy them. We'll just see how many I actually get through.

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  3. It makes me smile that you would read Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle. Awesome! :)

    And no, I can't believe September is pretty much over.

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    1. Anytime I read a kid's book, you get a kick out of it. :) But so many fun books from when I was a kid are still so fun and worth a reread.

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  4. I have very fond memories of Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle too. I read the first Richard Castle book but haven't thought to read the rest... guess I should add some books to my reading list!

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    1. The Nikki Heat books are fun. Not necessarily the best written books, but they are fun.

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  5. Have you read any of the other Richard Castle books? I have to admit, I'm intrigued!

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    1. I've read all of them. They are fun for fans of the show. The writing style is a bit hard to get into, but I think it is worth it.

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