It’s Monday March 6! What Are You Reading?

March 6, 2017 It's Monday! What Are You Reading? 6

Joining in with other bloggers in this Monday event hosted by Kathryn at Book Date.  It’s a place to share what we’ve been reading, plan to read and more.  Chick on over to see many more books!

This past week was much better with reading time and yet I didn’t complete as much as I’d wished.  My mind was just elsewhere.  I had my car in the shop a couple of days…I hate car expenses…they are just a pain with expensive price tags.  Our son is home for spring break, or part of it.  I don’t expect to see much of him…ah to be 19 again.

On to books!

Last week I finished reading:

I’ll be reviewing this book soon, but suffice to say I loved it.  It’s a coming of age story and has characters that will stay with you.

Finished in audio:

This was so much more exciting than I expected.  So well written and a book worth reading or listening to.

Currently reading:

I should have finished this one to, but my focus wasn’t working in my favor.  Still enjoying this book.

Reading Next:

I’ve already read some of The Orphan’s Tale, and can’t wait to finish.  The other four books are publishing this week, only Amy Engle is a new author to me.  March is full of wonderful new books publishing….I want to read them all!!

I hope you’ve been finding good books to read, please share your reading with me, and I hope I may point you in the direction of a good book or two!

6 Responses to “It’s Monday March 6! What Are You Reading?”

  1. Sarah's Book Shelves

    Will be interested to hear your thoughts on Roanoke Girls once you finish it. It’s definitely…interesting?
    And the new David Joy…I liked his debut novel!

    • Anita

      I liked his debut novel as well, he is a gritty author..haha. I will keep you posted I know you read Roanoke Girls last week….your wording is code for something.

  2. Anita

    I read The Life We Bury a few years ago. I’m always glad that good books live forever, or at least, a long time. 🙂

    Right now, I’ve picked up The Cider House Rules again, after taking a break from it to read other books.

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