Monday, June 28, 2010

It's Monday! What are you reading?

This meme is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

Books read last week:


Books currently reading:

  • City of Veils by Zoe Ferraris

Books waiting in the wings:

  • Climbing the Stairs
  • Glorious
  • Crank

10 comments:

Stephanie said...

Both the books you read last week look fascinating. And I've had my eye on Glorious and Crank, so I'll be very interested to see what you think of them.

Helen's Book Blog said...

Stephanie--I feel like I list what I am going to read next then I change my mind by the time I finish the current book. We shall see what I end up reading!

Kathy Martin said...

The books you read last week sound interesting. I know what you mean about changing your mind about what you are planning to read next. I have stopped even trying to guess because I am choosing what looks good at the moment when it comes to picking my next book. Happy reading!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Helen I hope you enjoyed Hotel On Bitter and Sweet, I really did!

Diane said...

I am really looking forward to City of Veils; loved her last book.

Kate said...

Happy reading!
http://bookreviews.me.uk/its-monday-3/

Gerbera Daisy Mom said...

Did you read Finding Nouf by Zoe Ferrairs?? I've been told it is excellent, but haven't read it myself.

Aths said...

City of Veils sounds good. Climbing the Stairs was IM.PRE.SSIVE! Glorious was really good. Plus, I am curious to know how you find Crank, being as it is written in poetry style. You have a good week looking at you! :)

Helen's Book Blog said...

Kathy--I am so glad to hear that someone else just goes for what sounds good at the moment! Sometimes that foils my book group plans

Sheila--I did really enjoy Hotel on Bitter and Sweet!

Diane and Gerbera Daisy--I need to get down to reading City of Veils and didn't even realize it was by the author of Finding Nouf (duh). Finding Nouf is on my TBR list as well.

Kate--thanks for stopping by!

Helen's Book Blog said...

Aths--I am definitely reading Climbing the Stairs next. Crank may have to be one of those books I read as the mood strikes me: drugs and poetry style intimidate me.