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Bookmarked 2024 Week 25

How has your week been? What have you been reading? I mentioned that I wanted to read more horror novels this summer, and I finally got a start with Incidents Around the House, Josh Malerman. That book grabbed me from the freaking beginning, and by the end of chapter 2, page 12 – when “other mommy” said “Can I go into your heart?” I knew I was in for a horrific, thrilling book. And it did not disappoint!! Now, on to the 10+ things I bookmarked this week.

one+ When The Authors of Summer’s Scariest Books Share Their Horror Picks, you just go ahead and book mark this article and save all the books to your “to be read” list – or rather the ones you haven’t read yet, because you will obviously have read some of these if you’re a horror fan.

two+ Did you know Library Reads publishes a monthly list of top 10 fiction and non-fiction books chosen monthly by America’s library staff?

three+ How I Read Five Books A Month has some of the same things I do to prioritize reading time in my life – try to read daily, always have a book (or more than 1) ready to go, and have multiple formats going at the same time.

four+ The Best Books of 2024 So Far, as chosen by the Amazon Editors – it should be no surprise that James, Percival Everrett is no. 1 – that book is racking up the accolades. The Women, Kristin Hannah is no. 2. They also recapped A decade of Best Books of the Year So Far, as chosen by the Amazon Editors.

five+ Here are The Top 10 most mentioned books from 23 “Most Anticipated Books of Summer and Best Summer Reading lists”. Are any of these on your reading list?

six+And for audiobooks, Libro.fm’s Most Pre-Ordered Audiobooks of Summer 2024.

seven+ A New ‘Hunger Games’ Book by Suzanne Collins Is Coming in 2025, “Sunrise “on the Reaping” … March 18, 2025. It will also be adapted into a film, set to be released in November 2026. Hooray!

eight+ Here are the winners of the 2024 Women’s Prizes

nine+ Off the Books – What are you watching? I just finished watching the second half of Bridgerton S3 (Netflix) … which came out recently. Loved it! As I’ve said before, I’ve enjoyed all the seasons (including the Queen Charlotte spin-off). What should I watch next? Something from The Literary Film & TV You Need to Stream in June?

ten+In case you missed it, on the blog this week we posted 4 Fiction Books to Read for Caribbean Heritage Month #ReadCaribbean.

Cheers to the weekend and week ahead!

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  1. I just finished Incidents Around the House too and loved it! Super unsettling and scay. And I’m glad you loved Bridgerton season 3 as well. There seems to be mixed reactions floating around, but I thought it was really good, especially the ending.