Treadmill Week 9 and What I #amreading – Fair Game by Josh Lanyon

Treadmill Goals:

  • Get on the treadmill (or equivalent exercise) daily
  • Pace is fine at 30 min/mile, although I may up it on occasion
  • Time range between 30 minutes and 1 hour per day
  • Distance 1-2 miles per day
  • Read the chosen book, which I won’t allow myself to read outside of my treadmill time, hopefully motivating me to reach or exceed the above goals

Note: Although I will try to avoid them, my daily #amreading updates may or may not contain spoilers, so read at your own risk.

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I’m starting a new book this week. This time it’s a re-read to refresh my mind on the details of the series in preparation for the release of book 3 in March.


p style=”text-align:left;”>File Jan 15, 7 20 25 PM.png What I #amreading: All’s Fair Book 1: Fair Game by Josh Lanyon

My favorite lines this week:

  • SUNDAY:  Dinner at Dad’s was currently the high point of Elliot’s social calendar. – LOL. Even if I didn’t already know better, I’d feel like we could safely reassure poor Elliot that his life is about to get more exciting.
  • MONDAY: There might have been a faint tinge of red in Tucker’s face, though it was hard to tell beneath the freckles. – LOL 🤣
  • TUESDAY:  It was a race to see who could disconnect faster. – Boys, boys, boys… *sighs and shakes head at Elliot and Tucker*
  • WEDNESDAY: Elliot had expected the call to go to message, so he was disconcerted to find intelligent conversation required. That was what was making his heart pound, right? – You tell yourself that, Elliot. 😊
  • THURSDAY:  That was pretty much guaranteed to piss anyone off, and watching Tucker’s pale eyes narrow and his face turn the color of his freckles, Elliot knew he’d scored.
  • FRIDAY:  Tucker was doing his full on FBI agent impersonation. Not a twitch of emotion on his impassive face. He wasn’t wearing his Oakleys, but the impression was the same.
  • SATURDAY: “Lance.” Laconic. That was Tucker. From noon till night, he always answered the phone the same way: ready for trouble and not worried at the idea of it.

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Week 09: January 15, 2017 – January 21, 2017

Sunday  30 min/mile  30:14 min:sec  1 mile
Monday  30 min/mile  30:09 min:sec  1 mile
Tuesday  30 min/mile  30:59 min:sec  1 mile
Wednesday  30 min/mile  39:41 min:sec  1.3 miles
Thursday  30 min/mile  30:03 min:sec  1 mile
Friday  30 min/mile  30:07 min:sec  1 mile
Saturday  30 min/mile  33:50 min:sec  1.1 miles

2 thoughts on “Treadmill Week 9 and What I #amreading – Fair Game by Josh Lanyon

    1. Oh, you can’t stop after only book 1 in the Adrien English series. Gotta commit to at least the first 2 before deciding. The romance arc is only beginning at the end of the first book. Fair game is a great story, too. I’ve read the first 2 books in this series before. I’m re-reading to get ready for the release of book 3 in March. It’s a murder mystery with people dying, so right up your alley! 😉 If you’re interested in the romance arc, it’s about a couple who’d been fairly early in their relationship when something happened to tear them apart about a year and a half before the story starts. This first story is them rebuilding what they’d broken.

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