Let’s just say this was an embarrassing month. I read a whopping 2 books and watched and re-watched a TON of Hallmark.
So I read two books . . . but only one new one. I did read on plenty of other books that I will be finishing up in August (but that I easily could have finished in July, ahem).
A Tangled Web
Since I was not super motivated with my main stack of books, I decided to read something I wanted to read. I’ve since increased my lighter and fun reading pile. I usually have plenty of fun novels, but they are usually shorter, and I read them first, plus this time I didn’t finish at least two.
Anyway, I had forgotten some of this, and I love all the details. I laughed out loud at parts. I went back and re-read parts again after I had finished re-reading.
Cheaper by the Dozen
Dad started reading this to us when we were small; he may have finished it, but what I found most memorable were the times he stopped because of not age appropriate issues. Definitely adult areas, but written in a way a child wouldn’t understand, I think. I was surprised at this for the time period though.
At some point, I might start writing down all my re-watches because I need to limit my movie viewing. I don’t want to watch movies at the same pace or higher than I read whether they be new or not. I’m not sure if I’ve listed everything, but this is bad good enough. I don’t have much to say. We, of course, enjoyed the Thin Man mystery, and some of the Hallmarks (the last two listed) were dumb/boring, some were cute and funny (the first two listed) and one had a really funny guy but the rest was blah.
Shadow of the Thin Man
How to Steal a Million
Surprised by Love
Appetite For Love
Moonlight in Vermont
Autumn in the Vineyard
Chance At Romance