It’s Monday May 15! What Are You Reading

May 15, 2017 It's Monday! What Are You Reading? 7

Hosted by Book Date this is a place to share what you’re reading, plan to read etc.  I love looking at others’ posts and adding to my reading stacks.

I’ve been really enjoying my reading time recently.  So many good books have published in early 2017, and I have stacks of great choices.  I do admit I’ve got to make time for my older books…my shelves are laden with books from previous purchases and gifts etc.  How do you manage books you don’t read near their publish date?  Book blogger problems!

I finished reading:

The review for The Orphan’s Tale can be found here.

I finished listening 

Currently Reading:

I’m only about 25% in and I’m enjoying this book.  It’s told in two time frames , and while I’m enjoying 22 years ago, and both times hold a secret, I want to find out what the first teaser chapter of the book alludes to.

Currently listening:

Very early into this audio, but it’s got multiple narrators, and it’s very British, so I’m not sure how this one is going to play out.  The reviews have been very mixed, but not great.

What’s up next:

Happy Reading…I hope you’ll comment and share what you’re reading.

7 Responses to “It’s Monday May 15! What Are You Reading”

  1. Sarah's Book Shelves

    I’m interested to hear your thoughts on Into the Water….2 other bloggers I usually agree with weren’t high on it.

  2. Lindsey Stefan

    It’s tough to balance all of those books! I schedule a review book, one from the library, and one from my own shelves in an effort to not be buried by my books!

    How did you like Get Well Soon?

  3. Kathryn

    I know first world book blogger problem. I have it too, and I find I am just not as enthusiastic if they have sat on the shelves for a long time which is a bit sad!

  4. Julia

    I just got a copy of Get Well Soon from the library. It’s such an interesting read! Hope the audiobook works out!

    • Anita

      Thanks Julia, the audio book of Get Well Soon was amazing!! I really enjoyed it. It was a book club choice and I really like it.

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