Tuesday, September 29, 2015

What's on My Nightstand - September

Last week, I was thinking about the monthly What's on Your Nightstand post and actually looking for it.  I figured they had decided to go with the final Tuesday of the month when I didn't see it pop up.  But last night?  I completely forgot to look for it.

Anyway, normally, I'd have a list of books I need to read for book reviews to include here, but the truth is, I've actually already finished first first three.  I do still need to read Pane and Suffering for a book tour stop on October 14th and Flipped for Murder for October 29th, But the rest of October I'm free.

Which is why right now I am reading The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw.  This is the final in a funny middle grade trilogy starring 4 of the Princes Charming who aren't quite as heroic as you might think.  I'm quite anxious to see how things are all wrapped up.

I've also got the latest Nikki Heat book, Driving Heat, on my TBR pile.  Plus I know I plan to read Gretel and the Case of the Missing Frog Prints, which is actually a murder mystery aimed at adults, not middle grade students like it sounds.  Finally, I'm hoping to get in Fry Another Day, the second book in a mystery series.  This one came out in January and I'm just now getting to read it.

On audio this month, I need to listen to The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle for the Reading to Know Book Club.

So obviously, I will still be plenty busy.

6 comments:

  1. Yep, the Missing Frog Prints really does sound like a middle grade mystery.

    I'm planning on reading along with the Reading to Know Bookclub next month as well - I've read some Sherlock stories (I think), but never a complete novel (I think.)

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    1. With as many mysteries as I read, I haven't read that much Sherlock. It's why I need to participate this month.

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  2. We read aloud the Hero's Guide series here - loved it! Very fun series.

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    1. It truly is a fun series. I'm going to be sorry to finish it.

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  3. Just watched Part 2 of the season opener for Castle. (ANNOYED.)

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    1. You and me both. I don't think the show runners get why we watch this show. Kind of relieved I'm not doing my full recaps this year.

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