Sunday, April 1, 2018

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

Check out the The Caffeinated Book Review for the Sunday Post
It's Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date

Happy Easter, to those who celebrate! 

We had a great day with family, welcoming springtime and renewal. We went out to my dad's and hung out with Wyatt's grands and aunts and uncle and cousins. It was relaxed and happy and full of chocolate.  

Read Last Week:


Last week, I read Meadowland, which I absolutely adore, and part of Watership Down. Meadowland references Watership Down, and also the book that helped inspire Richard Adams, The Secret Lies of Rabbits. The two were similar, talking about the English countryside and the flora and fauna. No wonder I love Meadowland so much!

Reading This Week:

I'm going to be finishing up Watership Down, then moving on to one of these! I am not sure which, but I am leaning toward The Bookshop on the Corner. 


Superstore, Supernatural - all the supers, I guess. Supernatural's last episode was a cartoon mashup with Scooby Doo and it was awesome!!!!

We also stumbled onto a gardening show on Netflix, Big Dreams, Little Spaces and are strangely addicted to it. I think we are just craving an end to this cold weather, and are so ready to get outside, and see green, growing things. 

How about you? What's been going on in your world?


  1. Happy Easter! Glad you had a good day. It sounds like Richard Adams had maybe a love for the English countryside that reminds me of Tolkien a little bit.

    the Bookshop looks fun.

    1. I'm not sure why I am obsessed with the English countryside, but I am. Lol. I didn't know Tolkien was, how cool.

      I still haven't made it to the library! This week. :( Lol.

  2. I loved The Bookshop on the Corner. Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.

  3. Books with books & bookshop in the title get me every time. Happy reading, and a lovely week to you!


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