It’s Monday! What Are You Reading is a weekly feature hosted by Kathryn at Bookdate, where we can share what you have been reading, what you are currently reading, and what you’ll be reading soon.
I’ll start with what I finished last week!
Authors Ethan and Sutton lived an idyllic life up until the tragic loss of their six month old son. Even though the death was ruled as accidental, each of them blames the other, and their marriage has been tense. Despite trying to get their relationship back on track, Ethan wakes up one day to a note from Sutton stating she’s left him and tells him not to look for her. Despite the fact that their relationship has been volatile, Ethan thinks something is wrong – all of Sutton’s things are still at home, including her cell phone, clothes, and wallet.
As the police and the media start to speculate about what happened, Ethan finds himself at the center of the investigation. Did Ethan really have something to do with Sutton’s disappearance? Is he being framed? Lie to Me is full of twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the thrilling conclusion!
I have to be honest, as much as I love reading and blogging, there are a number of things that make me feel guilty or anxious, and lately I’ve been thinking about these things quite a bit, so I wanted to share them with you in hopes that at the very least, it shows that you’re not alone if you sometimes feel the same way I do!
Check out my list of book related things that make me feel anxious or guilty!
“In the last days before her death, Nel called her sister. Jules didn’t pick up the phone, ignoring her plea for help.
Now Nel is dead. They say she jumped. And Jules has been dragged back to the one place she hoped she had escaped for good, to care for the teenage girl her sister left behind.
But Jules is afraid. So afraid. Of her long-buried memories, of the old Mill House, of knowing that Nel would never have jumped.
And most of all she’s afraid of the water, and the place they call the Drowning Pool . . . “
I know I’m a few days late, but my parents were in town over the weekend, and then I wasn’t feeling great and didn’t have the energy to post, but alas, here I am with my September wrap up! In September I read 21 books, so below I’ll share them all with you and let you know which ones were my favorites!
After a traumatic event a year earlier, high school student Hannah no longer looks at herself in the mirror. In an attempt to give her daughter a fresh start from her rebellious past, her mother has moved her to a new house and a new school. Hannah is determined to be a better person, and make the types of friends her mother would approve of. When odd things start happening around her house, her mother immediately blames Hannah, but Hannah has no memory of doing any of the things she’s being accused of.
What happened in Hannah’s past that caused her mother to move her away from her friends? What’s causing the strange events in her house? Will Hannah be able to move on from her past and gain her mother’s trust again?