Monday, March 16, 2009

It's Monday! What am I reading this week? March 16, 2009

Welcome to It's Monday! What are you reading this week? This is a weekly event to list the books completed last week, the books currently being reading, and the books to be finish this week. It is hosted by J. Kaye at http://j-kaye-book-blog.blogspot.com/

Books Completed Last Week:(Sunday 3-8 to Sunday 3-15)
* Turning the Paige by Laura Jensen Walker
* The Hand-Me Down Family by Winnie Griggs
* Diary of a Teenage Girl: It's a Green Thing by Melody Carlson
* A Silent Terror by Lynette Eason
* The Rivers Run Dry by Sibella Giorello (really good much better than the first one)

Books I am currently reading for review this week:
* Keys to Living Joyfully by Sheri Kaye Hoff (so far inspirational)
* America the Beautiful by Laura Hayden
* Red, White, and Blue by Laura Hayden (I may not finish this on time since I am still reading America the Beautiful)
* A Pure Double Cross by John Knoerle

Books I am currently reading:
*This is Your Brain on Joy by Dr. Earl Henslin
* Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
* Rubies in the Orchard by Lynda Resnick


Up Next:
* The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived by Steven K. Scott
* If Tomorrow Never Comes by Marlo Schalesky
* The Masque of the Black Tulip by Laura Willig
* Around the World in 80 days by Jules Verne (for Classics challenge at 5 Minutes for Books)
* The Circle of Friends Book II: Sarah by L. Diane Wolfe

4 comments:

J. Kaye said...

What a seriously awesome list! I want to read a book by Laura Willig and just haven't had the time. I look forward to your thoughts on that one especially.

Bookfool said...

I turned down Rubies in the Orchard because I've got a bit of a backlog (again . . . or, maybe still) but I can't wait to see what everyone thinks of it.

J. Kaye said...

Bookfool ~ I'm living the backlogged life. ;) If I really want to read the book, I've been responding with a warning that the review could take months. So far, no one seems to mind. Sort of surprised me...

Nymeth said...

The only one of those I've read was Inkheart, which was fun. Hope you enjoy it!