Welcome to our Sundays In Bed With… Meme! The meme that dares to ask what book has been in your bed this morning? Come share what book you’ve spent time curled up reading in bed, or which book you wish you had time to read today!
We’re done trying to make this a blog hop, but still feel free to participate! Maybe someday we’ll try to make it happen as a blog hop again, but right now we feel like Gretchen trying to make ‘fetch’ happen.
This morning Kim is reading:
The Accidental Sire (Half Moon Hollow #6) by Molly Harper
Kate here: I honestly don’t remember if Kim and I both started to independently read Molly Harper, or if one of us recommended it to the other… but I know we are both die hard fans of the audiobooks! I plan on listening to this one on my way to the beach on Monday, but Kim has already dived in. I’m sure she’s chuckling her ass off, because Harper’s words coming out of narrator Amanda Ronconi’s mouth are a hilarious combination every time. Hey, Kim, remember that time we made the mistake of reading an arc of Harper’s book, and while it was good it wasn’t audiobook level good? Never again!
This morning Kate is reading:
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon.
I have a problem with Edelweiss. I always, always, always request more eArcs than even my greedy eyes can devour. Now, partly it’s my job. I have to read a certain amount of advanced books because we put out a newsletter, which gets done two months in advance. But I like to make sure I’ve read more titles than necessary because we don’t write all the content for the newsletter, so sometimes we have to pull one of ours if it’s a duplicate. And I now have a YA feature in the newsletter so that means even more arcs (All Your YA Arcs Are Belong To Me). So, see, I purposely picked a job to feed my addiction.
When Dimple Met Rishi is just one of those books that looked fun and cute and maybe a little enlightening since it features a culture I didn’t grow up in, but of course I didn’t get to it in time. But I have been a READING MACHINE lately, so I have a little time to go back are read eArcs that are just for my enjoyment. And I’m loving this so far! It’s funny and summery and just what I need (I’ve read a few heavier books that while I loved have left me with the book blues). The author’s descriptions and dialogue are so vivid, I can almost see it like a movie. Plus I’m picking up tons of new vocabulary (although I suspect I am poorly pronouncing it in my head… alas, the struggles of a bookworm!).