Monday

Manic Monday Recaps (Week 4/11/11)

Happy Monday friends!  I hope you all enjoyed your weekend.  Mine was wonderful.  We went with family up north to Melbourne, FL where we went to the beach... yea that water was freezing.  My poor ovaries were recoiling from the horror.  But, once you actually got past the first few steps in there it actually felt pretty good.  From there we went to hang with my sister and her brood who were camping at the local state park and we did some fishing, biking and just hung out around the fire and to top it off we didn't have to rough it.  Instead we spent the night at the local Best Western... because sadly I am not that outdoorsy.  haha

Here's what I plan on reading this week:

Here's what I read last week:
- The Darkest Secret by Gena Showalter 
- Miles From Ordinary by Carol Lynch Williams
- The Bird Sisters by Rebecca Rasmussen
- The Goodbye Quilt by Susan Wiggs
- Already Home by Susan Mallery
- Seduce Me in Dreams by Jacquelyn Frank

I reviewed the following:
- The Magnolia League by Katie Crouch [review]
- The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter [review]
- Girl, Stolen by April Henry [review]
- Mermaid: A Twist on the Classic Tale by Carolyn Turgeon [review]

Have a great week friends.  Happy Reading!

8 comments:

Natframpton said...

can't wait to see what you think of possession

Kailana said...

I really want to read A Discovery of Witches, too. Hopefully I can find the time!

LuAnn said...

A Discovery of Witches is a great book. I think you'll enjoy it.

Felicia the Geeky Blogger said...

Alright I will officially be in awe of you if you read A Discovery of Witches and any other book. I loved A Discovery of Witches but it 1.5 weeks to listen to on audible LOL

I am reading semi-sweet this week too. Looks like a good read :)

Lisa said...

I hope you enjoy A Discovery of Witches. It looks so good.

Aleetha said...

I am waiting for your thought about A Discovery of Witches. I am reading the book also. 200 pages to go.

Tina said...

So what can we do about you sending me some of your brain power. HOLY CRAP I want to read that fast..:D

Canada said...

The book was also too long. The author basically set up the rest of the trilogy with the entire first book. The book could have been much shorter considering nothing happened and then readers would not be as peeved about it. There were also a whole lot of new characters introduced in the last couple chapters which left the reader slightly confused and hanging.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
 
Blog designed by Dreamy Blog Designs using Cré@Bisontines I'm Yours Kit