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It's been a great week - hope it has been for you, too! It was a mostly easy week at the office. One boss was out all week and the other two were on travel for a couple days. So for two days I was completely alone and that was seven kinds of fabulous.
On Friday I received my second Book Beau order and I love it just as much as the first. I first met Benita on Colleen Hoover's CoHorts Facebook group and learned of her etsy shop where she sells her handmade Book Beau book sleeves. They come in two sizes (for traditionally published trade paperbacks and the slightly larger indie versions) and they're perfect at protecting your paperback books so you can toss them in your purse/tote/backpack without them getting damaged. Genius!
Yesterday (Saturday) was stormy most of the day but that didn't stop me from going out to lunch at one of my newer favorites - Chicken Salad Chick. Love this place! It's probably a good thing I don't have one closer to the house or the office or I'd be there every day.
By the time this posts today I'll be having breakfast with my dad for Father's Day. My dad is 76 now, retired, sweet and kind - and pretty much everything I learned about being a good person came from him. I hope everyone has a dad or father-figure to hug today.
|Me and my Dad - 2010|
Finished: The Edge of Juniper by Lora Richardson
A new favorite YA contemporary!
Remembering Everly by J.L. Berg
The wrap-up to the Lost & Found duology was pretty good and I enjoyed getting answers and seeing how everything would play out..
The Best Goodbye by Abbi Glines
Not my favorite in the Rosemary Beach series but still entertaining.
Current: Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
I've never been a huge fan of audio books but once in a blue moon I'll listen to one on my daily commute to and from the office. This one has been good for entertainment on the drive.
Back to Us by Teresa Roman
I'm hooked on this contemporary romance. The fact that the male MC was a Navy Corpsman (same as my husband) has provided a personal connection that I love.
The Sea of Tranquility - Teresa Roman
Killian - Sabrina Paige
Arouse - Nina Lane
How was your week? Any new books? Any news to share?
Fill me in... I'd love to hear!