Good morning! Last night, I spent some time rearranging the piles of books that once “lived” on the trunk/coffee table. Now that I have that slender little table against the wall (after my new TV rearrangement changed the look of the room), I had an opportunity.
Above, you can glimpse the room, from the new TV to my breakfast tray…and the stacks of books that aren’t out in my living room. Now neatly arranged on the table…and on a little stack of boxes (for older TBR piles).
Out in the living room, I have a ridiculous stack of books that are theoretically “up next.”
Yesterday, I had an egg salad sandwich lunch while reading one of the books from the toppling stack you see: The Swallow’s Nest, by Emilie Richards.
A story about a woman, a lifestyle blogger, who is celebrating her husband’s recovery after a long struggle…only to open her front door to a woman, who hands her a baby: her husband’s son.
What happens afterward is an intriguing look at family and what makes a parent.
Today I was excited to finally download one of the books I’ve been awaiting so eagerly…just released. You’ll Never Know, Dear, by Hallie Ephron, an addictive novel of psychological suspense from the award-winning author of Night Night, Sleep Tight, about three generations of women haunted by a little girl’s disappearance, and the porcelain doll that may hold the key to the truth . . .
The creepy doll on the cover reeled me in. Plus, Hallie Ephron! Love her books.
While surfing the web, I discovered another upcoming release that I can’t wait to get my hands on! From Sue Grafton, who is almost at the end of the alphabet in her series, will be releasing Y is for Yesterday. On August 22, 2017.
The darkest and most disturbing case report from the files of Kinsey Millhone, Y is for Yesterday begins in 1979, when four teenage boys from an elite private school sexually assault a fourteen-year-old classmate—and film the attack.
Now, it’s 1989 and one of the perpetrators, Fritz McCabe, has been released from prison. Moody, unrepentant, and angry, he is a virtual prisoner of his ever-watchful parents—until a copy of the missing tape arrives with a ransom demand. That’s when the McCabes call Kinsey Millhone for help. As she is drawn into their family drama, she keeps a watchful eye on Fritz. But he’s not the only one being haunted by the past. A vicious sociopath with a grudge against Millhone may be leaving traces of himself for her to find…
I predict many cozy days curled up on one of my sofas….or even on my bed. Reading will take up more hours in the day and the night.
What are you eagerly anticipating? What new books have you burning the midnight oil?