Monday, February 6, 2017

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!

Reviews Posted Last Week:
Links will take you to my review

What to do with a Box by Jane Yolen (Bedtime Story)
Princeless Book 1: Save Yourself by Jeremy Whitley & Mia Goodwin (Graphic Novel)
The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Expurey (Mini Review)
The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace (Mini Review)
The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett (Mini Review)
I Will Always Write Back by Caitlin Alifirenka, Martin Ganda & Liz Welch (Mini Review)
Be Light Like a Bird by Monika Schroder (Mini Review)
 Books Finished Last Week:
Reviews will be posted at a later date

Light Like a Bird
Calen the Emerald
I will take a Nap
Pig and Pug
Transformer Rescue Bots: Meet Blades
Duck Soup
Miranda and Caliban
Blaze Loves to Race
Bubble Trouble

Currently Reading:

Frost Like Night by Sara Raasch - Audio - 73%
Vienna Nocturne by Vivien Shotwell - Print - on page 122 of 304
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling - Print - on page 95 of 734

 Books to be Read Soon:


Pages Read/ Time Listened
23:54 Hours Listened (None listened this week)
5,893 Pages Read (1,074 this week)

Books Added to Shelves This Month
Viking Warrior Rising by Asa Maria Bradley
Winner's Kiss by Marie Rutkoski
Bubble Trouble by Mary Tillworth
Blaze Loves to Race by Mary Tillworth
Beauty and the Beast: Lost in a Book by Jennifer Donnelly
Heartstone by Ella Katharine White
Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

Books Read From My Shelves
Calen the Emerald
Light Like a Bird

Interesting Tidbits on the Web:



Another really great reading week this last week, which really surprised me.  I did go on a little bit of a book shopping spree so I really need to read several extra books this month but at the rate I am going I don't think that will be a problem!  This last week I also started cleaning up my Goodreads shelves, I want to organize them a little better and I also need to get my TBR and wishlist under control.  I managed to delete about 300 books so far off those shelves.  I do have a question for all of you though, what do you do about the books that are on your kindle and nook that you are no longer planning on reading? Do you keep them on your Goodreads shelf just so you know you already own it or do you just delete it to clear out your TBR?

In other news, I don't know how many of you are football fans, but I am a huge fan (though my team was not playing last night). My husband is a huge Pats fan and we have a super bowl party every year.  Last night's game was without a doubt one of the most intense and exciting games ever! Now I am completely wiped out today and am regretting not taking today off to recover.


  1. I'm always in awe of your reading numbers. I don't read ebooks, and I don't know what I would do. I would probably keep all the books, especially if you paid for them. Too bad you can't give them to a library. I'm not a big football fan, but I saw some footage of last night's game, and there were some crazy plays going on.

    1. That is a bummer about not being able donate them to the library. I will definitely be keeping them, I just don't know if I want to keep them on my Goodreads TBR list.

  2. If I own a book I usually leave it on my kindle. Pretending I'm going to actually be able to read them all someday. I heard the game was fun. I'm not a football fan so I didn't watch.

    1. Haha, I am good at pretending I will be able to read all the books eventually!