Sunday Night Reading

I had a good few hours of reading time and I think that I spent it fairly wisely. I made a good dent in my Blog Tour book Quarter to Midnight by Karen Rose. Whilst it is lengthy, it is interesting and I want to keep on reading, which I think is a good sign. There are lots of small segments in each chapter so nothing lingers.

I have also read a bit more of my library book Circe by Madeline Miller. I am looking forward to finishing it. It is going on a bit too much for me now. Maybe something exciting will happen at the end. I live in hope!

To finish off the evening I read a bit more of my buddy read The Christie Affair by Nina De Gramont. I need to make more of a dent in it before I can fully form a basic opinion, but I am enjoying what little I have read so far!

I hope that you have had a good weekend. Tomorrow on the Blog it’s Goodreads Monday and my chosen book of the week which will take part in this week’s memes.

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