'It's Monday! What Are You Reading?' is a weekly meme from Sheila over at Book Journey.
Which brings me to the books that I just finished. The husband was out of town this weekend and I didn't have much going on so I got a lot of reading done. I finished three books this weekend!
I have a review up for this book now!
I also have a review up for this one and I'll have an interview with the author up soon!
What's next on the list?:
I'm excited about this book. I love Susan Vreeland's books!
So what are you reading this week?
Great selection! :)ReplyDelete
I want to read quite a few of those myself
OH, great lists! Clara and Mr. Tiffany is on my TBR list too!ReplyDelete
My Monday Post:
Definitely interested in your thoughts on The Tapestry Of Love -- will have to check out your review! I started it last fall but couldn't get immersed in the story... I haven't given up on it, though.ReplyDelete
Wow, 3 books in one weekend - sounds like a great weekend to me!! Looks like a nice mix of books, too.ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoy your reading this week -
Seems like a great selection... I LOVE the Shopaholic series!ReplyDelete
The Tapestry of Love sounds interesting. I took a look at your review of it and I thing I'll have to pick it up.ReplyDelete
Very nice books!ReplyDelete
I haven't heard of Tiger, Tiger but it sounds interesting. Disturbing books are good is fine as long as there's a strong story to back it up I think. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
@Jules (The Great, The Good and The Bad) Good! Let me know how you like any of the ones that you read :)ReplyDelete
@Bonnie Great! Let me know how you like it. I've liked a lot of Vreeland's other books that she's written!ReplyDelete
@Meg I think the best way to think of the book is to think of it as a very peaceful vacation and who doesn't like a vacation? I would definitely give the book another try!ReplyDelete
@Sue Jackson It was wonderful! It's so rare that I have that much time to read!ReplyDelete
@JP I do too! It's such a fun series :)ReplyDelete
@Laura Ashlee It's a good one!ReplyDelete
@Joann Thank you!ReplyDelete
@Samantha Totally agreed. The author definitely had a well-thought out purpose in writing such disturbing things. It definitely wasn't needless or out of place in the overall story.ReplyDelete