Sunday, December 23, 2012

It's Monday, What are you reading?

This week I actually had a good reading week, which surprises me because I stayed up late wrapping all of the presents one night and spent time watching Christmas movies with the kids, planning and getting ready for Christmas activities at school and shopping.  I started listening to audio again, which I've been neglecting the last few weeks and made time to sit and read.  My new Kindle came in the mail and I've had fun reading on it again too.  Here is my week:

 I finished reading:
Reached by Ally Condi
Legend by Marie Lui
Notorious Nineteen by Janet Evanovich

Paused reading:
The Shoemaker's Wife by Adrianna Trigiani(audio) my loan expired so I will have to check it out again sometime and finish it
Eragon (car audio with the kids, library)  had to be returned to the library .  I have a feeling we will check it out again sometime, but they are into other books right now so when it was due we just returned it
Jane Eyre (this one I paused awhile ago, it is on my iPod so at some point I am sure I will finish it, but the narator is still an issue for me
Web of Lies by Jennifer Estep- I set this one aside to read ones that were due at the library, but I will get back to it
Mermaid (ebook, library) My loan expired so I'll have to get it again at some point
Wild Ride by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer

Still actively reading:
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell


  1. I had to take Reached back to the library before I was able to get to it. Maybe I'll try again soon.

  2. A very happy holiday for you and your family. The Rossi book is the one I'd like to hear about.

  3. I'm jealous that you can read so many books at a time. My brain would explode ;) Enjoy your books, have a great week and happy holidays!

  4. I'm planning to read Notorious Nineteen this week! I hope you're able to borrow Eragon again it's one of my favourites.

    Happy holidays and Happy Reading!
    Come see my It's Monday! Post :)

    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages

  5. I've been wanting to read more of the Stephanie Plum series...and The Shoemaker's Wife is on my list.

    Enjoy! Happy holidays!


  6. I like your Paused section. Those books kind of disappear from my Monday reading lists and then, sometimes, reappear without explanation weeks later. I'd probably keep better track of them if I had a paused list.

    Merry Christmas!

  7. I haven't ever listened to the audio for Jane Eyre, but good to hear the narrator is difficult. I'll have to look for multiple editions when I eventually try it that way!