Sunday, November 4, 2012

It's Monday, What are you Reading?

An interesting week - had some moments at the beginning of the week where I was able to curl up and read then the middle of the week hit, it went downhill on the reading side of life.  So not as big a week as last one, but still some good reads!

A meme hosted by Sheila at BookJourney. 

Finished this past week:
Forgotten by Catherine McKenzie
These Things Happen by Richard Kramer
Making Piece by Beth Howard
My Kind of Christmas by Robyn Carr
The Good Woman by Jane Porter
All Is Bright by Sarah Pekkanen

Currently Reading:
Perfect Bait by Michael Fowlkes

Next on the TBR pile:
Enchanted by Starlight by Tina Hook


  1. Looks like you still had a great reading week! I hope you're enjoying Perfect Bait.

  2. Life got in the way a bit of my reading last week as well, but it happens! I see a couple of books that have been on my TBR list.

  3. Oh life, why must you get in the way of reading?? ;) I hope you enjoyed the books you read!

  4. You got way more books done than I did! I haven't heard of/read any of these books but I hope you've enjoyed/enjoy them!

  5. Great books even if it didn't end as great as it started.

  6. You still had a good week. I was thinking of getting My Kind of Christmas for a Christmas read. Hope this week is good for you. :-)

  7. Those are all new to me books. Happy reading.

  8. I just picked up an ARC of Sarah Pekkanen's new book and I am looking forward to it

    Wishing you a great reading week

    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

  9. You've managed a good amount last week. Enjoy all your reads this week as well.

  10. Well that is certainly a chunk of a list you got through over the past week. Great books too :D

    Have a great reading week :D

  11. 6 books is a good week in my book. =) I know what you mean about the middle of the week, though. That happened to me too.

  12. I have Forgotten on my shelf. It will be one of my holiday vacation reads. The Good Woman is waiting for me to pick up at the library. I do love Sarah Pekkanen's eshort stories. I'm looking forward to reading her latest one at the end of the month.


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