Reading Wrap-Up

I'm linking up with Modern Mrs. Darcy's Quick Lit to share some of the other books I've been reading.

I have been on the waitlist at the library for Reading People since November 2017. I love the Modern Mrs. Darcy blog so I was eager to read her book yet I'm not interested in personality stuff so I really didn't want to buy it. I enjoyed reading it and Anne does a good job explaining why it's useful to understand your own personality and that of your loved ones. Pictures do not do the book itself justice; it's beautiful!

Instead of settling in for a "typical" retirement, Lynne and Tim Martin sell their house, store their possessions, and set up temporary residence in different countries for weeks at a time. Lynne does a wonderful job of describing the unique aspects of each location—the food, the scenery, the people. I love the idea of traveling but am quite the homebody so I savor other traveler's stories.

I have been a Harlan Coben fan for a long time now but haven't read his YA books. I actually picked up the first in the Mickey Bolitar series for my son because I thought he might enjoy it and I ended up reading the entire series myself. If you've read Harlan's series with Myron Bolitar, Mickey is just like his uncle. 

Found is the third book in the Mickey Bolitar series and it seems that it will be the last. I liked how the series closed out. The loose ends are tied up but it's open enough that it could be picked up and continued if Coben ever wanted to write more.

What have you been reading lately? Please tell me about it in the comments. I am always looking to add to my TBR list.