Monday, March 12, 2012

Monday Reading List

Its Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Share what books you have finished in the last week, are currently reading and what might be coming up next!

What I Read Last Week:
Links will take you to my review

North of Need by Laura Kaye (after dark review)
Golden Surrender by Heather Graham (review coming soon)

Currently Reading:

Frost Kisses by Kailin Gow - pb - on page 45 of 284

Next Books to be Read:

Catundra by Stephen Cosgrove - Childrens/Bedtime stories
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas - April Book Club
Liberty: A Lake Wobegon Novel by Garrison Keller- Mount TBR Challenge
Lick of Frost by Laurell K. Hamilton - Fantasy Romance

Hurray for more reading!!  I think once I finish Frost Kisses I need a little break from the YA, I have noticed the last several of the reviews I have given on them have been quite negative.  I am hoping it is just because I have little patience for them right now.  I am really really looking forward to The Count of Monte Cristo, though the rest of the book club is giving mixed reviews and many are planning on not even attempting to read it.
I am also planning on getting moving on the Bedtime Stories too.  I have been watching my stats carefully and tracking the most read posts and the Bedtime Stories have an overwhelming lead! Even though I haven't done them in several months they are still topping the most read posts every week.
So that is it for the week for now.  I am attempting to get caught up on my goodreads challenge, only 4 books behind!


  1. I've been trying to split up my reading between the classics and YA, and I plan on weaving an adult novel in there too at some point. It helps to change things up a bit. I hope you like The Count Of Monte Cristo, I ended up removing it from my TBR list recently because it's so long and I doubt I can last through the whole thing. Lol. Even though it probably is pretty good. :P

    1. I haven't started any classics yet this year, have been really trying to get that TBR list down with the little time I have. I think the Count of Monte Cristo will go quickly, its quite an adventure and I loved the movie!

      Oh and I meant to ask you, for your classics challenge can we use audio books? I have Mansfield Park on cd because I have a lot of house work to do and thought it would be great to listen to it while I work.

    2. I'm trying to take care of my TBR pile too. :P I don't see why not with the audiobook! I should add that to the post. :)

    3. Awesome! I love multi tasking, you can't beat being able to read a book while getting chores and projects done!