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Monday, 30 May 2016

BOOKS, BOOKMARKS, AUDIOBOOKS... 30.5.16




LAST MONDAY OF MAY!

`Lining up 
the books that were Read,
what I Am Reading,
What I hope to Read Next,
with Kathryn at The Book Date and Jenn at Musing Mondays
Great Bookmark downloads for you
linked with Aloi of Guiltless Reader 
and what's up for next month...

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COMPLETED?
STILL LIFE by Louise Penny
Beginning of the Inspector Gamache series
Introduction to the author's writing, the rural village of Three Pines - its people and history,
the Chief Inspector - his style and his team. 



Author Sally Andrew's debut novel,
RECIPES FOR LOVE AND MURDER

Narrated by Sandra Prinsloo
[ The Gods Must Be Crazy ]

South African cosy filled with food and
local life. 




MUDHOUSE SABBATH by Lauren F Winner

Small book filled with large insights.
 Judaism and Christianity's approach to
both life and spirituality I found enlightening
and impacting.  A library copy, I want one
of my own. ;)


JESUS FEMINIST by Canadian author
and 
blogger, Sarah Bessey.
Memoir of her journey through both life and faith, discoveries regarding Jesus' perspectives on women at odds with those of the church, and a call to take our own responsible action.




UP NEXT?


Possibly my last read for May's #CleanSweepArc participation that
has so motivated me this month, I am more than happy with what's been achieved.
Releasing May 31st.
"
 ...as war ripples through the world and the Blitz decimates England, a tragic accident forces Julianne to leave everything behind and forge a new life built on lies she’s told to protect the ones she loves. Now, after twenty years of hiding from her past, the truth finds her—will she be brave enough to face it? 




THEN....  JUNE Begins!
and with it, a fav month long theme 
JUNE as AUDIOBOOK MONTH
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A great lineup of books for audio enjoyment,
interviews, and a
Giveaway
to anticipate.
Hoping you'll be here to enjoy it with me!

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~ JUNE also begins ~



Hosted by Sue at BookbyBook
400+ pages Only 1 book needed to qualify 
for annual participation and anticipation
as well as Cathy of 746 Books Reading Challenge
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My participation post link HERE
Your choice whether 10 /15 / 20 books
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My BOOKMARKS MONDAY features
a cool find for this week.

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Find each of the bookmarks as printables
to make and add to your own collection HERE 

Find more
at Aloi's Bookmark Monday linkup
Fun Noah's Ark unique collection of animals this week!
Consider adding your own!

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Thanks for joining the Reading discussion 
and
Checking out our Upcoming Audiobook Discussions.
What queries do you have  about Audiobooks?
 Do share!
I'll arrange for answers to be explored and discussed
during the month.
I'm looking forward to new learning on this topic...

Thanks for joining in !



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5 comments:

Kathryn T said...

Oh so many interesting challenges. And Audie month in June. I so enjoy a good audiobook, they can make a very good story - excellent. Will be keeping an eye on your blog for June! I have started CeeCee Honeycutt and hope to power through it. It is in one way awful that I glut myself up with books and don't have the time then to just go slow! I keep saying to myself that I will cut down on review books and read my own but... then I see some interesting review books. It could be a branch of greed possibly!

Melinda Ott said...

I read "Mudhouse Sabbath" waaaay back when it was published. I remember enjoying it, but not much else. Perhaps it is time for a re-read?

guiltless reader said...

My goodness, you've been VERY busy! Great find on the bookmarks. I still kind of cringe at the Queen's insanely big head. But it makes me love Helena Bonham-Carter even more ;)

Nise' said...

I try to post an audio review on Fridays in June. Inspector Gamache series is one of my must starts.

Lucy said...

The Memory of Us looks appealing, my kind of story. Hope you love your June Audio selections! :)

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