Welcome to another Monday Sparks, in which we do whatever is necessary to get the week “sparking.”

Today’s event is Musing Mondays,  hosted by Should Be Reading.  Here is her prompt:

What’s the last thing you stayed up half the night reading because it was so good you couldn’t put it down?

That happens to be especially relevant this week, as I did literally stay up half the night reading The Midwife’s Confession.  (Click the title for the review).   Loved it!

It’s one of those books with a bit of drama, a lot of secrets, and a mystery that helps us discover what’s going on.

What about you?  What kept you up all night?  I hope you’ll stop by and share.

17 thoughts on “MONDAY SPARKS — MUSING — JUNE 13

  1. As you already know, I stay up late some nights because of insomnia, and BTW thanks for stopping by.

    I have had this book on my TBR list debating whether I would like it, now I know I will be buying it next visit to B&N. It really sounds like my cup of tea.


  2. I can understand why you lost sleep with this book. I don’t like to fly and started this book on the flight toward our vacation destination and was so engrossed that the flight didn’t bother me. Thank you for stopping by.


  3. I saw this book, “The Midwife’s Confession” someplace else too. At the time, I sort of glanced over it. But, not you have mentioned it too. And you staying up all night to fnish it, really gets my attention. I may have to put this on my TBR yet! Thank you. I do enjoy learning about books that I probably would not have picked, if you know what I mean 🙂 Have a good Tuesday!


    1. I know what you mean…my first glance at it didn’t really intrigue me too much. And then I started seeing it over and over and realized there was a lot more going on.

      Thanks for stopping by, Akweelife.


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