It’s Monday What are you reading? # 14

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading, is where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week. It is a great way to network with other bloggers, see some wonderful blogs, and put new titles on your reading list.

The wonderful host of this weekly meme is Shelia from Book Journey. You can check out her blog to find out all the details on how to take part in this fun weekly meme. I should warn you though that this can add to an ever increasing TBR pile or wishlist.

Its hard to believe its time for another It’s Monday, what are you reading post. Where did the week go?

Sadly I didn’t get a whole lot of reading done last week. The reason is because I was super busy in real life doing things. In a matter of 10 days Michael will be turning 8 years old (where does the time go?) and in 12 days we will be having a family party so I have been doing a massive spring clean up getting the house ready for company.

So those piles of books I have lying around need to be put away. So I managed to put two boxes of books away to drop off at the school very soon and now I need to box my other books to clean up the shelves. I am hoping over the summer to have my bookcases built in the basement’s family/play room so that I can put them all back into place.

My current read last week and current read this week is:

I am still reading it and I can say I am a little more the half way through it.

I also had to start:

This is for an upcoming tour next week.

This week the plan is to finish Across the Universe and Beside Still Waters. What about you?

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5 thoughts on “It’s Monday What are you reading? # 14

  1. Heather says:

    I’m reading Scar Tissue by Michael Ignatieff. I am hoping this will give me some insight before the election. Also listening to SnowFlower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See.

  2. Laura Fabiani says:

    Ah…doesn’t it feel great to get some spring cleaning done? My hubby and I did some in the garage, and we now have more space.

    I had nostalgia for Italy this weekend, so I read The Eternal City and loved it. My review will be up soon. It really brought me back to my beloved Rome!

  3. Golden Flamingos says:

    “Before I Die” by Jenny Downham.

    I am however quite curious to read the sequel to the Malory Towers. I didn’t even know there was one until yesterday, it following Felicy and June.

    I shall probably read them just for fun. In a nostalgic way. I remember I use to love the Malory Towers growing up. I still do, even if some of the “drama” in humorous nowadays.

    Oh, gosh, sorry for the ramble!

    Anyway, you seem to have a very interesting book blog here. I’ll be following it.

    If you want (and I understand you may see this as spamming) me and my co-bloggers wouldn’t mind some feedback.


    I hope you manage to find more time to read in the future. But I understand. I’m still in teenage-vile, but family events and Birthdays can be a hassle preparing.

    — Karla

  4. Myckyee says:

    Hey Cindy – how are you enjoying Across the Universe? I’m really looking forward to reading that one.

    I received Chapters GCs for my b-day…you want to go one evening?

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