It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?
Hello and welcome to another fun addition of It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?
This is a great way to plan out your reading week and see what others are currently reading as well… you never know where that next “must read” book will come from!
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Chris and Nerfreader
So my week was crazy and you are probably thinking, “Wow Sheila what else is new?” Well… lots of things but more on that later this week. 😛
This past week around bonus craziness I did get a few things done…
In The Woods by Tana French (audio review – my first Tana French and I have a complaint…)
Robin Hood by David Coe (audio review)
Reclaiming Lily by Patti Lacy ( a book tour review)
They Are Creepy And They Are Spooky – what are you reading for Halloween month?
Considering my week… that’s not too bad. I have two more audio close to being done, and Night Circus (on audio) should be done late this week as well I think.
I am finishing up Pride and Prejudice for book club on Tuesday and Monsters of Men from last week is on the hit list after that. 😀
I have a girls weekend this weekend so I will not get a lot of reading done – but in the event I get some time this week to add a little more I hope to read:
Is nothing sacred? The last thing Carmela Bertrand and her friend Ava expected to bear witness to in St. Tristan’s Church was a crime. But now a beloved member of their scrapbooking circle lies lifeless next to a smashed statue of St. Sebastien-and a mysterious hooded figure has absconded with an antique crucifix.
As Carmela and Ava are drawn deeper into New Orleans’ French Quarter in search of the missing crucifix, they may need the help of more than a few patron saints. Because this is one killer they don’t want to cross…
In a dusty corner of a basement in a rambling Victorian house in northern New Hampshire, a door has long been sealed shut with 39 six-inch-long carriage bolts.
The home’s new owners are Chip and Emily Linton and their twin ten-year-old daughters. Together they hope to rebuild their lives there after Chip, an airline pilot, has to ditch his 70-seat regional jet in Lake Champlain after double engine failure. Unlike the Miracle on the Hudson, however, most of the passengers aboard Flight 1611 die on impact or drown. The body count? Thirty-nine – a coincidence not lost on Chip when he discovers the number of bolts in that basement door. Meanwhile, Emily finds herself wondering about the women in this sparsely populated White Mountain village – self-proclaimed herbalists – and their interest in her fifth-grade daughters. Are the women mad? Or is it her husband, in the wake of the tragedy, whose grip on sanity has become desperately tenuous?
I am super excited to have received the Water For Elephants movie for a pre screening prior to the DVD release on November 1. I have not seen the movie yet so am watching it tonight. Review will go live the end of October.
I hope to get around to see what you are reading this week! Be sure to add your link to your own What Are You Reading post below where it says click here:
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