April 26, 2010

Monsters, Religion, and Romance on What I'm Reading Monday


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Books I completed the past week are:
1. Is There a Monster Over There? by Sally O. Lee (Children's ARC)

Books I am working on:
Fiction:
1. It Happened One Night by Lisa Dale (pg. 240 of 350) (ARC)
2. Web of Deceit by Darlene Cox (pg. 58 of 272) (ARC)
3. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne (pg. 193 of 224) (for a challenge)

Nonfiction:
1. Bright Lights, Big Ass by Jen Lancaster (pg. 200 of 380) (Random Read) (zero progress this week)
2. Recovering My Voice by Aruni Nan Futuronsky (pg. 300 of 324) (ARC)
3. Live Fast, Die Young: My Life with James Dean by John Gilmore (pg. 90 of 272) (for a challenge)
4. Hinduism: A Brief Introduction by Kim Knott (pg. 34 of 160) (for a challenge)

ARCs Coming Up Next in the TBR Pile:
1. Letters to Rosy by C. Ellene Bartlett
2.Children of Dust: A Memoir of Pakistan by Ali Eteraz
3. The Truth Lies in the Dark by Kristen Callender
4. One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
5. Fireworks Over Taccoa by Jeffrey Stepakoff

Books for Challenges Coming Up Next in the TBR Pile:
1. The Blue Notebook by James A. Levine
2. Walk On: The Spiritual Journey of U2 by Steve Stockman
3. Looking for Alaska by John Green
4. Rude Awakenings of a Jane Austen Addict by Laurie Viera Rigler
5. History of Japanese Art by Penelope E. Mason

Reviews posted this past week:
1. Dark Remedy: The Impact of Thalidomide and It's Revival as a Vital Medicine by Trent Stephens and Rock Brynner
2. Talk to Me Like I'm Someone You Love by Nancy Dreyfuss (ARC)

Books still needing to have reviews written or posted:
1. Is There a Monster Over There? by Sally O. Lee (Children's ARC)

Current giveaways on this blog:
None this week but stay tuned

Book Montage:

2 comments:

  1. The blue Notebook was gut-wrenching!!! Looks like a lot of great books coming your way this week and what you're currently working on!

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  2. I really don't get how you can read so many books at the same time! Our reading approaches are very different!

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