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What are you currently reading?
I forgot that I had started Jeff Anderson’s book, Zach Delacruz: Me and My Big Mouth. I’ve only read the first chapter so far, but I’m hoping to finish it by Friday. I know it’s going to be hilarious, and it seems Zach and I have one important thing in common: big mouths. And not the kind you eat Big Macs with!
I am also splitting time with this hilarious sequel. Cynthia Port cracks me up! Dog Goner is the follow up to Kibble Talk.
Tawny and Dinky are the funniest pair of child-dog you’ve ever seen. Now pair them up with Tawny’s BFF Jenny and her dog Gunner, and they are on a mission!
Secrets will be revealed! Fondest wishes will be fulfilled! Permacrud will be . . . what the heck is permacrud, anyway? Find out in Dog Gone Dinky, the second book in the hilarious Kibble Talk series. Tawny and Jenny, along with their dogs Dinky and Gunner, have set themselves on a mission – or really, three missions. But there’s someone else with a fondest wish, and they’ll do anything to get it. Can Dinky save the day before he becomes a dog goner? Dog Gone Dinky is a fast moving and funny fiction story perfect for readers aged 7 to 12 or as a read-a-loud.
I’m still working on Feast of Fates by Christian A. Brown. With so many characters I had to slow myself down!
Morigan lives a quiet life as the handmaiden to a fatherly old sorcerer named Thackery. But when she crosses paths with Caenith, a not wholly mortal man, her world changes forever. Their meeting sparks long buried magical powers deep within Morigan. As she attempts to understand her newfound abilities, unbidden visions begin to plague her—visions that show a devastating madness descending on one of the Immortal Kings who rules the land.
With Morigan growing more powerful each day, the leaders of the realm soon realize that this young woman could hold the key to their destruction. Suddenly, Morigan finds herself beset by enemies, and she must master her mysterious gifts if she is to survive.
What did you just finish reading?
I finished the The Sound of the Stones last Thursday and started cranking away on Broken Things to Mend and I also plugged through an audiobook of The Case of the Cryptic Crinoline.
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What do you think you’ll read next?
Not Always Happenstance is my first review book for February, and then I will be clearing Scott Cramer’s The Toucan Trilogy books off my TBR.
How about you? What are you reading this week?