Books completed last week:
The following books were read and reviewed for a publication. I may do mini reviews here, but the for the whole shebang you will have to check out the San Francisco or Sacramento Book Review when they are published.
- The People v. Bush by Charlotte Dennett
- The Information Officer by Mark Mills
- Red Inferno: 1945 by Robert Conroy
- Friends with Benefits: A Social Media Marketing Handbook by Darren Barefoot and Julie Szab
- Linchpin: Are You Indispensible? by Seth Godin
- Rebels & Traitors by Lindsey Davis
Books on tap for this week:
- Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting! by Robert Boich
- The Murder of King Tut by James Patterson
- Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin
- God’s Spy by Juan Gomez-Jurado
- Why We Read What We Read by Lisa Adams and John Heath
- The back of my eyelids
Posts/Reviews last week:
- Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
- Walking to Gatlinburg by Howard Frank Mosher
- Reading Crisis
- Show Your Love of Books
Books I Still Need to Write Reviews On:
too many to count.
My Good News:
This week was a challenge. The San Francisco Book Review sent me a box full of books on Tuesday. Great right? Not really, they needed them read and reviewed by Saturday at midnight.
I cried, whined, made a lot of meals that involved nothing other than the microwave and got most of them done. You might wonder what I did when I finally pushed send on the last one. No, I didn’t run screaming for the hills. I grabbed another book that I had gotten from the library and went for it. It is indeed a sickness.