It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

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It’s Monday! is a weekly meme hosted over at Book Journey that allows bloggers to post a sort of wrap-up of the past week while also looking to the week ahead. Without further ado…

Last Week: I stayed pretty busy. A huge stats project for my church, unpacking books and getting ready for the new quarter start at the college where I work, and my roomie reading challenge kept me on my toes. Overall, it was a pretty great week! Especially because I hit the reading goals that I outlined in last week’s post! I finished a couple books, read a couple more, and posted a fun list of geeky nonfiction for Nonfiction November.

Rumble by Ellen Hopkins Does Santa Exist? by Eric KaplanDavid Copperfield by Charles Dickens The Eye of Zoltar by Jasper Fforde

Rumble – Ellen Hopkins

Does Santa Exist?: A Philosophical Investigation

David Copperfield – Charles Dickens

The Eye of Zoltar (The Chronicles of Kazam #3) – Jasper Fforde

Currently Reading: The Restless Sleep: Inside New York City’s Cold Case Squad – Stacy Horn

The Restless Sleep: Inside New York City's Cold Case Squad

Looking Ahead: I have 5 books due back at the library within the next 2 weeks. So I will be focusing on finishing up those. It’s a mixture of YA, nonfiction for Nonfiction November, and just other random stuff that I’ve had on hold a while now. I don’t think I’ll get through all of it this week, but that would be nice. Here’s the list!

Cleopatra: A Life No One Needs to Know Of Monsters and Madness (Of Monsters and Madness, #1) Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory

Here’s wishing everyone a great week in reading!

 

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6 responses to “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

  1. I learned a lot from Cleopatra and i have been hearing so many good things about Smoke Gets In Your Eyes. I hope you love them and get them back to the library on time!

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  2. Congrats on meeting your reading goals!

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  3. Unfortunately, library returns often drive my reading choices as well!

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