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Monday, March 22, 2010

Monday Reading 2010/03/22

A weekly event to celebrate what we are reading for the week as well as books completed the previous week.
(hosted weekly by Book Journey)

Completed Last Week
  1. Poison Sleep by T.A. Pratt
    Marla Mason #2

Started Last Week
  • Downtime by Tamara Allen

Still Reading
  • Year of the Horse by Justin Allen
  • Nightlife by Rob Thurman
    Cal Leandros #1
  • Hunting Fear by Kay Hooper
    Bishop Special Crimes Unit #7
  • Soon I Will Be Invincible by Austin Grossman

Still Listening To
  • The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
    Sherlock Holmes Anthologies #2
     (audio book read by John Telfer)

New Reviews

Weekly Summary

Slowly but surely working my way through my "still reading" pile, and got started on some books I need to review. Luckily I'm not as busy with school this week 8P
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Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

How is the Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes? I think it sounds like it could be an interesting audio.

Have a super week ;)

Jennifer G. said...

I loved Soulless! I'm glad you did too! I'm jealous of the bloggers I see who already have Changeless in their hands! Enjoy your books!

Here are my books for the week.

Book Monster said...

Ooh so many books!!!

Jan von Harz said...

sound like you had a good week.
Loved you review of Souless. Need to get this one.

Have great week.

Lydia said...

So glad you put The Child Thief on your wishlist post! It's an amazing book and needs more press to get people reading it =)

Christina T said...

I am planning to read Soulless. I enjoyed your review of it.

Here is what I'm reading.

Anonymous said...

If you like graphic novels and you're interesting in GLBT readings, you should read Strangers in Paradise by Terry Moore. His illustrations are amazing and his storylines are filled with the intricate connections of human life (albeit with dangerous twists). His SIP series is one of my all time favorites in the graphic novel genre. :)

Happy readings!

Melissa (My words and pages) said...

I am looking forward to your review of Poison Sleep. I am trying to remember at the moment what I thought of the book. I cant remember though. I will have to look through the book again to refresh my memory.

Hope you have a great week!

susan said...

Don't know any of these. But I've enjoyed your comments so I'm going to check a few out.

Like your layout.

Ruth Schaller said...

I hope that you have a great reading week! Here is mine for this week: