Monday, April 22, 2013

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? (4/22/2013) #IMWAYR

 
Hosted by: Sheila @ Book Journey

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Life:

I am officially a librarian.  In the sense of position in addition to the degree and state certification I already had.  I'm also finally working full time.  I fully intend to do a post on reading and time management because I have a new perspective on the topic.

Lately, I've been reading:

Not much.  However, these are some of the titles read since I last participated in this meme...

Speaking From Among the Bones (Flavia de Luce, Bk 5) by Alan Bradley; Read by Jayne Entwistle

You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Kills You (Rat Pack Mystery, Bk 4) by Robert J. Randisi

The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Bk 2) by Rick Riordan; Read by Jesse Bernstein

Pride and Prescience (Or, A Truth Universally Acknowledged) (Mr. & Mrs. Darcy, Bk 1) by Carrie Bebris

A Brew to a Kill (Cofeehouse Mystery, Bk 11) by Cleo Coyle; Read by Rebecca Gibel

The Diviners (Diviners, Bk 1) by Libba Bray; January LaVoy

Currently Reading:

Your Friendly Neighborhood Criminal (Monty Havikko, Bk 2) by Michael Van Rooy (Goodreads) (For the The Canadian Book Challenge 6)

The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Bk 3) by Rick Riordan; Read by Jesse Bernstein (Goodreads)

Giveaways and Discussion:

Cozy Cull [10] - Pride and Prescience (Or, A Truth Universally Acknowledged) by Carrie Bebris GIVEAWAY!!!

Upcoming:

 Who knows.

What about you?  What have you been reading?

14 comments:

  1. Congrats on your career! I love being a librarian and find that every new school year brings different challenges. :) Looks like you've been reading some great books lately. I love Percy Jackson!

    The Monster Report

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    1. Thanks! They have been great. But I'm greedy for more. =)

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  2. A big congratulations to you Ms. Librarian! That is fantastic and I'm wickedly jealous ;)

    Have a great week and enjoy all of your books!

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    1. Thanks! This is something that's taken quite a bit of patience.

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  3. Congrats on your graduation and new full time job! I am envious though I hope to do the same in the next few years.

    I hope you find something to reda that captures your imagination this week!

    Shelleyrae @ Book'd OUt

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    1. I graduated a few years ago (the end of 2008! How time has passed!), but the job was harder to come by. Best of luck with your own future.

      And thanks!

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  4. Congrats! I thought you missed the interview. Either way, I am so glad you have the position. :) AND it's full time. As far as reading goes, I just finished the second book of the Newsflesh Trilogy by Mira Grant. Our library doesn't have book three or that's what I'd be read (okay, listening to) next. I finally got around to Yasmine Galenorn's Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon series. I didn't think I'd be continuing with the series after book two, but there I was, downloading the next book.

    I look forward to your new perspective! ;) This is going to be fun.

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    1. No, I made the interview, though there was some confusion. And yes. The position and full-time. A double blessing. I'm seeing it in benefits an my first paycheck (today!).

      I read Witchling, Changeling, and maybe Darkling (can't quite remember) in the Yasmine Galenorn Otherworld series before I stopped. Something about it bothered me. I don't remember what.

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    2. Jo, I wonder if it was Darkly, the third book. I don't like it very much. Heck, I don't like the vampire sister at all! The only reason I'm listening is the Moon Witch sister is next. (The story told from her POV and I really like her.) Oh, and I like the general story/plot of this series. If I could skip the books with the vamp sister narrating, I would. I'd lose too much of the story...sigh.

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    3. That may have been it. ::shrug:: Hopefully book 4 makes reading book 3 worth it for you.

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  5. Pride and Prescience has caught my interest. I'm going to check out that giveaway now.

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    1. Awesome. The more the merrier. =)

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  6. Congratulations on your new position! It sounds like you've been reading some good books even if you aren't reading as much. I think that The Diviners sounds like a good read and I'm looking forward to reading it myself :)

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    1. Thanks! Diviners was a good read, and I'd be interested to hear what you think.

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