I ended up treating myself to my own copy of MacLean‘s latest book instead of waiting for the library copy. I‘ve been exceeding my daily word count goal for #NaNoWriMo for several days in a row, so why not? 🤷♀️😂
Always with Johanna Lindsey 🙌🏽🥰🥰🥰📖😋
This book was like Jane Eyre meets a Charles Dickens novel and I loved it. It‘s like Jane Eyre in the sense that the main character is living in a mysterious house with people above her station. Similar to a Dickens novel, this book deals with and shed light on some unsavory things about the Victorian era like debtors‘ prison.
Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2019/11/17/review-lady-jayne-disappears/
📖 Finish up: The Lady and the Highwayman - I‘m loving this book; the plot and characters are wonderful 💓
📖 747: Creating the World's First Jumbo Jet and Other Adventures from a Life in Aviation - My Nonfic November pick for the “design” prompt.
📖 Station Eleven - I‘ve heard great things about this one
📖 The Beadworkers - short story collection about Native American life in the present day world.
Today, I (Jen) am starting Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb's Last Christmas in Paris, our Unabridged Book Club book for December (our episode will release on December 4. We hope you'll join us in discussing this book on social media all throughout the month.⠀
I have to admit that, unlike my dear friend Sara, I'm not quite in a mental place for Christmas yet, but I'm working on it! 😂⠀(continued in comments)
This was way better than I expected. I usually go into #romantsy that predates 2010 with lowered expectations. Balogh‘s novel exceeded them. I loved the heroine Freyja.
Now I‘m at a loss as to what to read next while I wait for my hold on Sarah MacLean‘s Brazen and the Beast to come in at the library. Help?
So I am getting new bookshelves so I had to take my books off my old ones.... I may have a problem!!! 🤣