Well, my S&L updates are sadly lagging behind my actually dice rolls and book reads; hopefully I'll pick up the pace on posts.
So my fifth roll using two dice gave me an eight which took me to square #40 and the prompt: "Characters involved in the entertainment industry". The eighth book in Rhys Bowen's Royal Spyness series has been sitting on my TBR pile for a while, and it fits the prompt perfectly. "Queen of Hearts" finds our protag, Lady Georgiana Rannoch, accompanying her actress mother to the US for a quickie Reno divorce and a film shoot in Hollywood.
TBH, this series started getting old for me around book four, and I'm a little upset with myself for continuing to buy the audiobooks. Initially the premise was fun, and while the characters were somewhat stereotypical and short on depth, it was still a frothy humorous cozy read. Unfortunately, the continuing lack of character development in later books has led to a cast of mostly annoying caricatures, and the writing can be repetitive and simplistic at times, so my expectations for "Queen of Hearts" aren't high.
ETA: Weakest entry so far. If I didn't already have book nine, I'd bail on the series at this point. :(
Progress to Date:
1. Author is a woman / start: Their Lost Daughters by Joy Ellis
Roll #1 - Two Dice Roll: 3 + 3 = 6
Timestamp: 2019-02-24 21:59:09 UTC (working on the screen shot thing)
7. Author's last name begins with the letters A, B, C, or D: The Mysterious Affair
At Styles by Agatha Christie
Roll #2 - Two Dice Roll: 5 + 5 = 10
Timestamp: 2019-02-26 07:26:51 UTC
17. Genre - horror: The Mummy Case by Elizabeth Peters (skipping horror)
21. Set in Europe: My Family and Other Animals by Gerald Durrell
32. Genre: thriller: The Dry by Jane Harper
40. Characters involved in the entertainment industry: "Queen of Hearts" by Rhys