Monday, September 3, 2018

It's Monday! What are you reading? 9/3/2018

Hosted by: Book Date

I'm still doing a Birthday Giveaway, but I've changed it up.  There are a total of 18 possible autographed books (half romance, half mystery) that you can choose from.  Visit Birthday Giveaway! for more information and to enter.

I haven't participated in this in the better part of a month, so I'm backed up.  
In the last few weeks, I've read: 


A Hard Day's Knight (Nightside, Bk 11) by Simon R. Green

Illegal by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin; Illustrated by Giovanni Rigano; Lettering by Chris Dickey

Hot Mess by Emily Belden

the age of miracles by Karen Thompson Walker

Venom in the Veins (Elemental Assassin, Bk 17) by Jennifer Estep

Cat About Town (Cat Café Mystery, Bk 1) by Cate Conte

A Distant Heart (Bollywood, Bk 4) by Sonali Dev

Mary Who Wrote Frankenstein by Linda Bailey; Illustrated by Júlia Sardà

Murder in an Irish Village (Irish Village, Bk 1) by Carlene O'Connor

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Volumes 1-4) by Kyle Higgins; Illustrated by Hendry Prasetya, Jonathan Lam, Thony Silas, Daniel Bayliss; Lettering by Ed Dukeshire - Read on Hoopla.  Started for a new Comic Club Discussion Group.

also, 
Walrus in the Bathtub by Deborah Underwood; Illustrated by Matt Hunt
Valensteins by Ethan Long
Frankenstein by Rick Walton and Nathan Hale
Frankenstein's Fright Before Christmas by Rick Walton and Nathan Hale
Robot Zombie Frankenstein! by Annette Simon
The Light of the World: The Life of Jesus for Children by Katherine Paterson; Illustrated by François Roca
Dear Komodo Dragon by Nancy Kelly Allen
Once Upon a Slime by Andy Maxwell
3x4 by Ivan Brunetti
Who Pushed Humpty Dumpty?: And Other Notorious Nursery Tale Mysteries by David Levinthal; Illustrated by John Nickle

I'm currently reading:

In audio (on CD), I've been listening to Moby Dick by Herman Melville (read by Paul Boehmer).  I'm not very much further than I was a month ago.  There was a portion that was script-like in print that I did not follow well in audio.

Eye of the Shoal : a Fish-watcher's Guide to Life, the Ocean and Everything by Helen Scales (library hardcover) - I'm still early in this book.  I'm slow with non-fiction that isn't told in a storylike manner.  However, I've found this to be pretty good reading material when I'm on the stationary bike or elliptical.

I started listening to Grump: The (Fairly) True Tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves by Liesl Shurtliff; Read by Paul Fox in downloadable audio...

Up next:

Probably a giveaway book.

8 comments:

  1. I loved Cat About Town and I loved the second book in the series, too. Hope you enjoy your books and have a great week!

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    1. I need to read the second book still, but I look forward to it. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Reading!

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  2. What a great collection of books! Thanks for sharing, and enjoy the week. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  3. I took a bit of a break for a few weeks... I hope you have a great reading week! Stop by if you get a chance:

    http://collettaskitchensink.blogspot.com/2018/09/what-i-am-reading-9318.html

    Colletta

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    1. I have to take a break when it starts feeling like work.. Also when life is going crazy.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. At the moment I'm doing a series catchup of Carrie Vaughn's urban fantasy series Kitty Norville. I had seven to read and I've got three done this month so I'm really pleased with progress so far!

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    1. I think I've only read the first book in that series and it was a LONG time ago, so I don't really remember it.

      Great job with your progress! And Happy Reading!

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