Sunday, January 29, 2012

It's Monday, What are you reading?

Here is what I finished last week:
1.  The Night Circus by Tess Morganstern
2.  The Death Cure by James Dashner
It was a bit of a slow reading week for me.  I only finished audio books, not quite sure why I didn't finish a print one.  I guess because I am going back and forth between the the library kindle one and the lengthy Gabaldon one.

What I am still reading:

On my Ipod I am still reading Throwaway by Heather Huffman (rarely actually get around to this one)
In print form I am reading The Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon (still wishing there were more Clare in this one)
On my Kindle I have The Paris Wife by Paula McLain checked out of the library ('m 75% done and it is due on Friday.)
As an audio book in the car: just finished the book we were listening to and haven't checked out a new one yet.
A audio on my Ipod: Wither by Lauren DeStefano (listened to it while running this week)

I've been doing a lot of running so that may be what is cutting into my reading time. 


  1. I hope you enjoy Wither on audio. My friend Reagan swears by that book :)

  2. It's good that you can listen to the audio books whle you run

    Have a great reading week!

    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

  3. I liked Wither okay :). I haven't heard it on audio book but I'm sure it's great! Curious to know what you thought about the Night Circus! That's still on my reading list.

  4. I love Diana Gabaldon, but her books are always huge!! Hope you have a great reading week :)

  5. I loved The Paris Wife. Hope you enjoy all of your reads.

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  6. Looks like some wonderful reading.
    Have a great week!

  7. The Night Circus is on my wishlist.

    I finished a nice mix of things. Please come see what I'm reading now.

  8. You've got a pretty good week going here. I've heard a lot of good things about The Night Circus and the James Dashner book.

  9. Just hoping by to say hello and see what you where reading.. also I am a new follower..

  10. I am a dedicated fan of the outlander series, but it seems that Diana Gabaldon does a lot better when she has the opportunity to speak through Claire. The scenes here are tedious. Also, what happened to Jamie? He's fainting when his jailer shows up. He can't get rid of an annoying Irishman.