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March 2021 Reading Rabbits ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ“–

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator
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Calling All Readers!

This is our March 2021 Reading Rabbits Book Posting. You can post your comments and suggestions about any book/magazine/newspaper that does/doesn't have to do with any medical issues on this posting. You can mention about your favorite authors, as well. This posting will be pinned to the Pinned Posts for easier access.

This is the updated list of books that I will plan on reading. Some of them are from a trilogy/series. They are:

1. A Clean Kill โ€“- Leslie Glass

2. The Institute -- Stephen King

3. The Guest List -- Fern Michaels

4. The 6th Target -- James Patterson

5. The Apt Pupil -- Stephen King

6. Mr. Mercedes -- Stephen King

7. Finders Keepers -- Stephen King

8. End of Watch -- Stephen King

9. The Search -- Nora Roberts/JD Robb

10. Weekend Warriors โ€“- Fern Michaels

11. Christmas Shopaholic โ€“- Sophie Kinsella

12. Crazy House โ€“- James Patterson

13. The Colorado Kid (Hard Case

Crimes) โ€“- Stephen King

14. Firefly Lane โ€” Kristin Hannah

15. Firestarter โ€“ Stephen King

16. True Colors โ€“ Kristin Hannah

I have been reading โ€œI Heart Londonโ€, by Lindsey Kelk for a while now. Iโ€™m on Chapter 13; page 202. Itโ€™s where Angela Clarkโ€™s friends Jenny and Louisa were getting the wedding plans figured out for Angela and Angelaโ€™s fiancรฉ, Alex Reid. The plan was to have the wedding be scheduled for a Saturdayโ€”in London. The interesting part is, Alex doesnโ€™t want his parents to be invited.

Jenny is with Angela to look and try on wedding dresses. Louisa is helping with phone numbers of where she had gotten her wedding preplanned/organized. She said sheโ€™d give the phone numbers and who she had talked to for catering/gowns/music/etc.. This was to be done the next morning. Jenny and Louisa are also Angelaโ€™s Brideโ€™s Maids/Matrons for the wedding, so Jenny is taking a lot of notes to figure out how to get everything Angela had wanted. She said no to white doves.

While Jenny, Louisa and Angela were with Angelaโ€™s mother to look for wedding dresses, they came to a shop that wasnโ€™t on the list that Louisa gave everyone and Angela with the help from a store employee, she was able to get the perfect wedding dress for Saturdayโ€™s big day. The employee said she would come to Angelaโ€™s parentโ€™s house and deliver the dress after altering a few inches here and there and make sure she wasnโ€™t late that same day.

After leaving the dress shop, both Jenny and Louisa are not too happy and they both start acting like Angela is playing favorites towards the other friend. This of course, isnโ€™t true and both arenโ€™t at Angelaโ€™s parentโ€™s house when she gets back from a mini visit with her ex-boyfriend, Mark. Alex doesnโ€™t know about this get together, but Angela plans to tell him later when she sees him the next day and have a talk about what had happened.

Weโ€™ll see what happens next.

Okay, now to you! What have you been reading or plan to start reading very soon for the month? Canโ€™t wait to hear all about it! The next book I will read after โ€œI Heart London โ€œ will be โ€œA Clean Killโ€œ, by Leslie Glass. Leslie Glass also writes the April Woo mystery series. Happy reading!

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I am planning to read "Burn Our Bodies Down" by Rory Power. Her earlier book "Wilder Girls" was about the Tox but I don't anticipate a similar technique to wipe out CovID but would a government have done so if it was just on a single island?

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to MichaelJH

This sounds really interesting and something to look up for a possible idea to read in a few weeks. What other books did you read by her( along with the โ€œWilder Girlsโ€? ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ“–

She has only done the two as still quite young.

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to MichaelJH

Okay. I will have to check them out tomorrow when I get done with my lunch.๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ“š

BrentW
BrentWArtist

Once I have "Skyseed" out of the way, which I am reviewing for the Geological Society of London, I aim to get back to the humungous biography of Stalin's daughter that I was reading previously. climateseries.com/climate-c....

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to BrentW

This sounds interesting. Thank you for sharing it with us. :-)

Luna_Child
Luna_ChildReading Rabbits

I just started reading Lindsey Kelk's I Heart Paris. This book had me hooked immediately as the perils of Angela Clarks life continues in this last book in her series. Angela's rocker boyfriend Alex Reid's band is heading to Paris to Play and when Belle magazine offers Angela a chance to write a piece she jumps at the chance. Her bestie Jenny sends her amazing expensive clothes to wear for her interviews with the promise they be returned Jenny as perfect as she receives them.

However something is going awry and there appears to be someone trying to sabatoge her big break.

This is part of Lindsey Kelk's I Heart series., I Heart London, New York, Hawaii, Vegas, Paris.

Definitely a must read series for anyone who enjoys CHICKLIT.

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Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Luna_Child

Thank you for the update. How far did you get in "I Heart Paris"? What page? :-)

Luna_Child
Luna_ChildReading Rabbits in reply to Activity2004

I'm almost done, which means I'm done with the entire series, but knowing others are interested in reading this book I'm being "extremely" vague. I suggest reading the series at one time going from book to book. That's what I did and it was much more fun that way.

I won't write too much however this is an amazing series. I Heart Hawaii is actually the last book in the series. It's the best series by far that I've read.

My next book will be "I Thought We Were on a Break" by Lindsey Kelk.

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Luna_Child

That's great! Can't wait to hear about " I Thought We Were on a Break" when you're ready. :-)

Matt8877
Matt8877Reading Rabbits

The last few weeks 11 or so books from the augeneau vampire series , just started born to bite ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Matt8877

This is really good! How far have you gotten so far? :-)

Matt8877
Matt8877Reading Rabbits in reply to Activity2004

Page 13

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Matt8877

That's fantastic to hear. Keep it up! :-)

Sheepish
SheepishReading Rabbits

Hi Everyone,This month I am reading some different paranormal academy/college books. Not to everyone's taste as some of the scenes are a bit risquรฉ.I am listening to a series by Cassandra Clare. The Infernal Devices. Just finished Clockwork Angel which is about Will Herondale, Jem Carstairs and Tessa Gray. It is set is England this time in the Victoria Era. The books are a prequel to her other series The Mortal Instruments.

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Sheepish

How many books are in the series that she does? :-)

Sheepish
SheepishReading Rabbits in reply to Activity2004

I think in the whole ShadowHunter series there are about 15-20 books. I have the first ones in paperback and have been reading the series a long time.

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Sheepish

Thatโ€™s great to hear. Thank you for letting me know. I will look them up later.๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ“–

Midori
MidoriVisually impaired

Right now I'm staggering through Mahaburat, an Indian epic about the Hindu Gods. It is huge, and big enough to act as a doorstop! (not that I would!)

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Midori

Wow! That's great to hear! I've had some books that could have been used as a doorstop, too, but that would be just as an emergency basis when I had to put a book down and do something for another person right away. Usually, I don't do anything like that with my books-- no matter how big they are-- or if they are hardback/paperback. :-)

How far did you get so far in your book? How long is it? :-)

Midori
MidoriVisually impaired in reply to Activity2004

I'm about one third of the way through,but must admit to getting Shiva and Vishnu a bit confused, because I am not reading it every day. Not the easiest book to read, unfortunately. It's about 4 inches thick!

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Midori

Take as much time as you need. When you have another update to tell us, please do! We'll be here to hear all about it. :-)

Ghounds
GhoundsReading Rabbits

I finished the last two books in the Ruth Galloway mystery series by Elly Griffiths, The Stone Circle and The Lantern Men. Very good and highly recommend. I'm pleased to see there is another due to be published soon.

I'm now trying a different book by the same author, The Stranger Diaries. It's about the murder of an English teacher in a school which was once the home of a reclusive author of a spooky short story. I'm enjoying it and haven't figured out who the murderer is yet!

I am also reading a gardening book written by Monty Don which is a collection of columns he wrote for the Observer over a period of ten years or so.

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Ghounds

Wow! Both books sound really good! How far did you get in the first one?๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ“š

Ghounds
GhoundsReading Rabbits in reply to Activity2004

I finished the Stranger Diaries in a couple of days....it was really good with an ending I didn't anticipate. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿค”๐Ÿฐ

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Ghounds

Thatโ€™s always good when you get a surprise for an ending to a great story!๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒˆ

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator

I have finished reading โ€œI Heart London, by Lindsey Kelk. I enjoyed it and was extremely pleased with the way it had ended. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading romance stories before going to bed each night. Very sweet story!

My next book is โ€œA Clean Killโ€by Leslie Glass. Itโ€™s a mystery.๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ“–

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