This is my beginning of the week sharing event.
Well, I didn’t purchase any books this week. After the last book excursions I am going to try to save some money and read what I have. (Which still includes a stack of library books and a stack of books borrowed from a friend). Classes officially start tomorrow, and I have already started reading, so right now, everything is on track! But I did get a couple of review titles.
Killer Frost by Jennifer Estep
(Mythos Academy #6)
Stormbringer By Shannon Delany
(Weather Witch #2)
Thanks to Netgalley, Kensington and St. Martin’s!
Both of these are part of a series that I need to catch up on. But since catching up on series is my unspoken goal for 2014, I don’t see any problem with that.
I am almost finished with Year of the Demon (Fated Blades #2) by Steve Bein. It is a really good book, but I have found that (kind of like Daughter of the Sword) when I put the book down, it’s hard to pick back up. But as soon as I do pick it back up I am pulled back into that world (depending on which part determines whether I am reading the present, the past or the distant past).
I am also reading Ruined by Jus Accardo. This is for review, but one that I had to stop to focus on House of Mercy so I could finish the review, which was supposed to be finished a long time ago. Well most of my reviews were due a long time ago, but I am trying to get better at.
What’s coming up next?
I don’t really know what I will pick up next. If I am able to complete my school readings on the weekends than I will probably be able to complete two a week, but if not, I will focus on one title at time. So it will either be Brown Girl in the ring or Finn Finnegan. Both of which have been calling my name.
If you keep on my Goodreads widget, you may notice that I am actually more than the two mentioned. Those are what I call background reads. Books that I am reading here and there, because they are I will read these at a much slower pace and I am okay with that. These books are: Aesop’s Fables and Why Our Children Can’t Read, both excellent books.
Books completed to date:3
Books Read for Challenges this week:
Aesop’s Fables (1001 Books)
What are you reading?
Is there a particular book that I need to get my hands on?
Tell me in the comments!