Book Round Up

Good Monday morning! 

Do you spend the days following day light savings time mentally telling yourself "it's actually 5:15 a.m., I should keep sleeping," because I sure do.  

This past weekend the kids and I went to the circus, visited friends, played outside and went to see Mr. Peabody and Sherman. It was a pretty good movie and both kids liked it a lot and were angels during the entire movie! But by the end of the weekend, we were all exhausted to say the least!

As the kids were winding down for the night, I had time to finally read my People, Entertainment Weekly and browse Goodreads to find my next stack of books I tackle. So here you go, another edition of Book Round Up! 




There are suspects and motives aplenty when Dr. John Taylor, a well known plastic surgeon is found murdered in a hotel room. What's so interesting about Taylor? He's a closet polygamist and his wives all have stories to tell. With a rare combination of gripping storytelling, vivid prose, and remarkable insight into character, Alice LaPlante brings to life a story of passion and obsession that will haunt readers long after they turn the final page. A charged and provocative psychological thriller, A Circle of Wives dissects the dynamics of love and marriage, trust and jealousy, posing the terrifying question: How well do you really know your spouse? (Info from People & Goodreads) 


From Goodreads: When George first met her, she was an eighteen-year-old college freshman from Sweetgum, Florida. She and George became inseparable in their first fall semester, so George was devastated when he got the news that she had committed suicide over Christmas break. But, as he stood in the living room of the girl's grieving parents, he realized the girl in the photo on their mantelpiece - the one who had committed suicide - was not his girlfriend. Later, he discovered the true identity of the girl he had loved - and of the things she may have done to escape her past.

Now, twenty years later, she's back, and she's telling George that he's the only one who can help her...




Have you heard of the new TV series Resurrection? Well, the series is based on this book:


From Goodreads: Harold and Lucille Hargrave's lives have been both joyful and sorrowful in the decades since their only son, Jacob, died tragically at his eighth birthday party in 1966. In their old age they've settled comfortably into life without him, their wounds tempered through the grace of time ... Until one day Jacob mysteriously appears on their doorstep—flesh and blood, their sweet, precocious child, still eight years old.

All over the world people's loved ones are returning from beyond. No one knows how or why this is happening, whether it's a miracle or a sign of the end. 


And because I am going to see her live in May (thanks Manfriend!!) 

I have to read Chelsea's newest book. It's a book about travel stories..I've read all of her books and loved them so much. She's so raunchy but so funny that it just works. In an interview in EW, she said she practices Hemingway's advice: "Write drunk, edit sober." and with a mantra like that, you really can't go wrong! 

So what are YOU reading right now?