It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? — 38 Comments

  1. I do enjoy Sharon Shinn’s work but have to admit that these were not my favorites. My favorites are the books about the 12 houses. I do agree that the ones you read would be good in a middle school/high school media center. Happy reading!

  2. I so need to read a Nora Robert’s book-I have never picked one up. Thank you for the healing vibes-I need them.

    Have a good reading week.

  3. You have a great variety of books. I like Nora Roberts but haven’t read any of The Bride Quartet yet.
    The crescent moon was looking beautiful hanging low in our summer sky last night. 🙂

    Happy reading!

  4. You’ve some really interesting reads there – I’ve just wish-listed the Way to Eat book to support *my* healthy lifestyle choices 🙂

  5. Hi there!
    Thanks for the visit! Looks like you have enough books to keep you busy! Hope you have a great week of reading!


  6. I just recently got into Doctor Who and then started watching the first season of Torchwood. I’m not loving it yet but I’m hoping it grows on me because I loved Captain Jack’s character on Doctor Who.

  7. you know…I’ve never heard of Sharon Shinn, but I love Shannon Hale’s books so I’m definitely going to have to check her out. Good luck with your reading this week!

  8. I love how you synopsed The Dream-maker’s Magic, which is great for those of us with middle readers who don’t want them reading too adult themes. Enjoy your reading week and welcome to the wonderful world of book blogging!

  9. I’ll have to look into getting those books by Sharon Shinn. They sound like something my Middle School students could get into!

  10. I’m also loving the cover of The Dream-Maker’s Magic. It’s really great that there are such wonderful books for YA readers. I can’t recall having such great books when I was a kid!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. I’m the one reading the Brides Quartet from Nora Roberts. I’m on Savor the Moment and I think it is my new favorite. 🙂 Looking forward to your review on the series.

    Sherri at Urban Girl Reader

  11. why is it that most books from movies/tv are written as if from a fourth grader? Only one book that I’ve (so far) read from a movie read as if it was a novel first, and that books was (believe it or not) Ultraviolet – from a movie that had great special effects but pretty bad acting.

    Oh well, happy reading! Hope you get to go out for some books soon. :), nothing quite compares to a trip to the bookstore.

  12. Hi thanks so much for leaving a comment on my blog. I am generally not a fan of books from TV programmes (unless the book came first!) so not sure I would read the Torchwood spin off but your other choices sound interesting for sure! xxx

  13. I am always looking for good read alikes for my teens at the library, so I will have to check out Sharon Shin. I’ve also really been looking forward to reading the Bride Quartet but I don’t want to bring too much home right now. I’m afraid I will pack either a library book or a friend’s book into a box, it will disappear in the move and I will never see it again.

  14. AH – GASP – TORCHWOOD!!!!! Sorry, I am a bit geeky and obsessive, and anything Doctor Who or Torchwood related is right up my alley. I can’t wait to read your review of this book! Great list, and thanks for hopping by my blog!

  15. I absolutely love the sharon shinn trilogy although I think personally Truth Teller is my favourite!
    Have a lovely week