It’s time to talk about obsessions…again. My Tuesday Book Release Day is one of them. (Above) you’ll notice more of them: fairytale images, books, quirky things, and my trusty little clock.
So far I’ve only downloaded two newly released books, and one was actually released a week ago.
A Bella Flora Christmas (e-book, novella), by Wendy Wax, was released last week, and is a tempting little novella to keep us satisfied until the next new book in May.
Then…Fragments of the Lost, by Megan Miranda, released today. I loved this author’s previous books…so I am eager to curl up with this book. I love the cover, too.
From the New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls and The Perfect Stranger comes a suspenseful psychological mystery about one girl’s search to uncover the truth behind her ex-boyfriend’s death. Perfect for fans of We Were Liars and 13 Reasons Why.
Here’s one coming next Tuesday…I can’t wait! I may have to pre-order it, just so I won’t forget to download it. As if.
Little Broken Things, by Nicole Baart
“If you liked Big Little Lies, you’ll want to crack open this new novel by Nicole Baart.” —Southern Living
An engrossing and suspenseful novel for fans of Liane Moriarty and Amy Hatvany about an affluent suburban family whose carefully constructed facade starts to come apart with the unexpected arrival of an endangered young girl.
Today I am reading Poison, by Galt Niederhoffer…a NetGalley ARC to be released next Tuesday. Chop, chop!
With life-or-death stakes and irreversible consequences, Poison is a chilling and irresistible reminder that the closest bond designed to protect and provide for each other and for children can change in a minute.
So…quite a week, right? Yesterday I had lunch with my old friend/colleague…and we saw Murder on the Orient Express. I may have to see it again when it comes to Amazon Prime…or Netflix, as I was so full of lunch and my drinks that I nodded off a couple of times. LOL.
So…now what? This afternoon, I’ll be watching for the newsletter e-mail with all the releases (in my genre) for today. It’s like waiting for a Christmas present.
What are you waiting for? What are you reading?