Sunday, January 9, 2011

IMM and It's Monday! 1/9/11

Now that I'm back to real life as opposed to Christmas vacation life, I'm slowing on the reading front.  I'm also tuning into my reading ADD.  I've started three books that I can't connect to.  Yet they sit there and mock me.
Read me.
Read me.

SHUT UP!

Back to books I HAVE finished -

This week read:
If I StayBlind Your PoniesFall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self & SocietyLove on Assignment (Ladies of Summerhill)Tandem: A Novel A Long Walk to Water: Based on a True Story
Scheduled for review this week:
JaneAcross the UniverseFall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self & Society
(Fall to Grace will include a giveaway, by the way)

Sitting on my nightstand (just a figure of speech.  Really, scattered around the house...)
Lock and KeyThe Truth About ForeverThe Memory PalaceAn Object of Beauty: A Novel

Speaking of scattered around my house, can you imagine the state of my house with all these lovely books?  Surely, you want to visit me.  Loved the Cleaning out the Bookshelves contest.  Let's plan on it again this week.

6 comments:

Amy said...

I would love to visit you....and not just for the books....although you'd probably have to check my luggage when I left just in case.

Beth S. said...

Looooooved If I Stay. I can't wait to read the sequel!!!

christitheteenlibrarian said...

Great books this week! I loved If I Stay and am anxiously awaiting the sequel.

Right now I'm managing to contain my to-read pile in an out-of-sight cabinet, but I don't know how long that's going to last. That's one of the things I love about the nook--no one will ever really know how many books are on it LOL

You can check out my IMM here, if you'd like:
http://christitheteenlibrarian.blogspot.com/2011/01/in-my-mailbox-16.html

Have a great week!

Alison said...

If I Stay is so wonderful. I hope you love it.

Julie @ Knitting and Sundries said...

If I Stay is definitely on my own to-buy list. I have Blind Your Ponies up next on my TBR pile; I just know that I will love it. I'm in the midst of The Memory Palace as well - it's a difficult one to read due to the subject matter, but the writing is so fluid ... I think it's one for the award-winners, even if not one that will be wildly popular.

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I would love to read If I Stay - I have heard such good things about that book!