It’s Monday! What are You Reading?

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It’s time once again for Kathryn’s weekly meme, “It’s Monday! What are You Reading?” at Book Date, where we share what we’re reading and have read over the past week.

What I Read Last Week

I read 6 books this past week, a varied list –3 contemporary romances, 1 non-fiction and 2 MG/YA books

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Get a Life Chloe Brown by Tallia Hibbert. What a fun novel. So enjoyed this diverse novel. (Favourite of the week)

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Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury. A must read for any writer, full of short pieces of advice.

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Looking for Alaska by John Green. Another interesting novel by this YA author.

March Vol. 1 by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell. This graphic novel is a must read to understand the Black Lives beginnings.

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Rough Around the Edges Meets Refined by Rachael Anderson. A surprisingly good romance.

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The Horseman’s Son by Delores Fosen. This was a very quick read, a light romance.

What I’m Reading Now – (still working on finishing the Nalini Singh series – right now reading – Archangel’s Shadows)

A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley. Half way through

The Switch by Beth O’Leary

Hello. Summer by Mary Kay Andrews

What’s Up Next

The Deadly Hours by Susanna Kearsley

Marley and Me by John Grogan

14 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are You Reading?

    • I keep having to readjust my next books list – either the book has to go back to the library and I can’t renew or I just have others (too many!) I have to read first.

  1. Even though I’m a retired school librarian I’ve never read John Green. I just haven’t been interested in the kind of story he writes. I tend to read mysteries and urban fantasy the most. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

  2. Nice list! I just noted a few writing books in the library catalog today, but I might add the Ray Bradbury one to my list, too. I’m thinking of dipping a toe into NaNoWriMo this year…

  3. I really enjoyed Zen in the Art of Writing. Ray Bradbury is a favorite. I loved The Switch, too – hope you enjoy it!

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