It’s Monday, What are You Reading? 2/23

Posted February 23, 2015 by Elizabeth in Features/ 9 Comments

It’s Monday, What are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Book Journey. It’s a great way to look back over the past week and plan your reading for the next.

FINISHED THIS WEEK

Searching for Captain Wentworth by Jane Odiwe For the Historical Fiction challenge.


Betrayed by Lisa Scottoline For the Mystery/Thriller challenge. I’ll review this one shortly. Excellent mystery/thriller series about female lawyers.

Saving Grace by Jane Green

Welcome to Harmony by Jodi Thomas is the first in a series about a small town in Texas. It was well written with interesting characters. I went into it thinking this would be a cornball story, but it really wasn’t.

They are all women authors, so I only need 3 more to finish that challenge.

I was hoping to read more  books, but I spent the weekend participating in the Book Bloggers LoveAThon visiting and commenting. If you didn’t participate but have the time you should check out some of the fun things we did. There were crafts, poetry writing, random acts of kindness, and Twitter chats.

UP ON DECK – All library books

Mermaids in the Basement by Michael Lee West Have you ever visited her recipe and style blog, Rattlebridge Farm?

Altered by Gennifer Albin I’m very excited for this one, the second in the Crewel distopian society trilogy.

The Burning Wire by Jeffrey Deaver (Lincoln Rhyme series)

The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly (Mickey Haller series)

A Death in the Small Hours by Charles Finch (Charles Lennox series)

A Lesson in Secrets by Jacqueline Winspear Maisie Dobbs series)

That’s almost all series; I should have signed up for a series challenge!

Book Journey and the other participants have some interesting things planned for the week, as do Mary-Andering Creatively with Literacy Musings. Please go visit and comment.

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9 responses to “It’s Monday, What are You Reading? 2/23

  1. I read my first Lisa Scottoline a couple of weeks ago, Keep Quiet … it was just ok but quite a few bloggers said to try her female lawyer series.
    I really enjoyed Crewel, wasn’t it different? Thanks for the reminder to get on to Altered!
    Have a good week and happy reading 🙂

  2. I love the cover of those Jacqueline Winspear books. I have not read the books but I’m curious. Hope your week is fabulous. I’ve seen a few of those Blogger LoveAThon posts, and it looks like fun. 🙂

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