Friday, July 2, 2021

Friday Fives - July TBR

I'm taking a bit of a break from my usual Friday Linkups to try something a little different.  I'm in a list making kind of mood so I thought I'd start making random five lists.  Sometimes they'll be bookish other weeks not so much.  Since it's the first Friday of July I'm making a list of the 5 books I want to read this month.

1.  Latter End by Patricia Wentworth - One of my goals for 2021 is to read all the Miss Silver books.  I made that goal before I counted how many there actually were!  I need to get reading!

2.  The Pirate King by Laurie R. King - This series is in my Year of the Series project and while I enjoy it I haven't been going out my way to get caught up.  I definitely want to fix that!

3.  Fatal Family Ties by S.C. Perkins - I enjoy this genealogy cozy mystery series and am curious to see how it progresses.  

4.  The Stepdaughter by Georgina Cross - This is a local author and it's been awhile since I've read a psychological thriller and lately I've been wanting something a little darker so this should do the trick.

5.  A Dark and Stormy Murder by Julia Buckley - This series is a new addition to my Year of the Series project and while I've read the later books I somehow never got to the first few.  I'm looking forward to fixing that!

What are you hoping to read this month?


  1. Great list! Sounds like some good books for July. Enjoy!

  2. I came across a SciFi by a local author, a couple of days ago, and it makes a book more enticing for some reason. 😊

    I'm happy you are enjoying your Miss Silver books! 📚✨

  3. They all look like you. I think you are getting through the Wentworth books though, so good on you. I've sort of made a list for this month but I am a little nervous about getting through them. I get side tracked into er... quilting!

  4. It's fun to find a local author to read. Hope you enjoy your July picks!

  5. I hope you enjoy all of these! A Dark and Stormy Murder looks enticing. Pirate King may be my least-favorite in the series, but still worth reading, especially since it sets up Garment of Shadows, which is quite good.