i read Christmas Bride in Pinecraft. I will be starting An Amish Family Christmas. I am listening to 12 Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber while I clean. I keeps me motivated and I don't watch the clock and before I know it I have completed my task or gone beyond my expectations.
Jody ~ I think I've only done that with one book. I had to take a picture of the book at the end of the day with the stack of tissues I had to use to get through it. It was by Kristin Hannah, but I'm not sure now which one of hers.
I'm now reading another of Liane Moriarty's books The Hypnotist's Love Story. Her books engross me from the beginning.
Dh is reading some of the Harry Hole series. I told him about them long ago but he wasn't interested until his reading App suggested them. lol I'm reading Targeted Book 4 of the Callahan & McLane series.
I tried reading Portnoy's complaint.... quit after chapter 2 'whacking off'... yuck! had no idea what the book was about (a jewish's rigid education)... I have tons of books on my computer so I just go with the titles
I read the bad daugther by Joy Fielding. I liked it, surprising ending but a bit psychological.
Now reading The visitors by Catherine Burns, looks promising.
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I have read The Late Bloomer's Club by Louise Miller and it was pretty good. I also finished the newest by Joanne Fluke, Christmas Cake Murder. I have the latest by Leslie Meier on my Nook that I keep going back to and reading in spurts when I have time, called Silver Anniversary Murder.
My son was given some American biographies... just short little books about 200 pages each. I decided to read all of them this winter. They are far below my reading level but they are so fun and I might actually learn something. I have read "Dolly Madison" already. Once I get these done I have 3 bookcases of books to read. This is my winter to read.