Monday, November 24, 2014

What's on My Nightstand - November 2014

Can't believe another month is almost over.  Heck, the year is almost over.  But it is indeed the fourth Tuesday of the month, so it's time once again for What's On Your Nightstand as hosted by 5 Minutes for Books.

I just completed Days of Wine and Roquefort by Avery Aames.  If you want to know what I thought of it, here's my review with a give away.

I'm currently about 100 pages from the end of Tagged for Death by Sherry Harris.  I'm reading this one from review on release day next week.  It's a debut, and I'm really enjoying it.

Usually, when I do these, I'm not completely sure what I will be reading then, so it's a vague idea at best.  However, I have books I've been saving for December, so this time around it's easy.  I've got several Christmas mysteries to read this month, and I'm looking forward to them.  Up first in the list will be Death with All the Trimmings by Lucy Burdette.  Again, I got an ARC of this book, so I'm making it a priority.  Then I will be reading Silent Knife by Shelley Freydont, The Nightingale Before Christmas by Donna Andrews, and rereading Murder on the Mount (aka Mount Rainier) by Sandy Dengler.

It's after that I'm not quite sure what I will read.  I have a couple of ARCs for the beginning of January I will need to get read.  But I might try to slip in a Middle Grade book if I have the time before I have to read those.  We'll just have to see how busy the month is and how much reading I really get done.

2 comments:

  1. Looks like some interesting Christmas books ahead for you. Enjoy!

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    1. Thanks. It should help keep me in the mood of the season for sure.

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