Sunday, September 14, 2014

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?


It's Monday, What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey, that is guaranteed to add to your reading list.

I kind of fell off the face of the earth for a bit there! We had an out of town wedding and I have seemed to have caught my annual fall cold. Blah. I am feeling a bit better though so yay!


Read Last Week:

  

Ghost Stories of Michigan by Dan Asfar: I am in the mood for ghost stories, and this fit the bill. 

The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry: A reread, but enjoyable.


Reading This Week:


  

Thornyhold and Wildfire At Midnight - I think I might be able to use these as part of the R.I.P. Challenge as well! My goal is to read and review these this week.




22 comments:

  1. both of your finished books last week look really good! the hangman one, yeah i wanna read it!
    Here is my It's Monday post

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    1. The Cater Street Hangman was good! The front of the book stated that it was a Victorian Murder Mystery, and that was a perfect description. :)

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  2. I've never read a book by Anne Perry, I'm thinking I should sometime.
    Enjoy your reads!
    My It's Monday! Post
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages

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    1. She's fun! They are pretty gentle mystery reads, I like them as comfort books. :)

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  3. I haven't read Mary Stewart for a long time but I intend reading Thornyhold before the year is out.

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  4. I'm still hoping to squeeze in Nine Coaches Waiting for Mary Stewart Week... looks like you're all set!

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  5. All four of my Daughters have come down with the usual "Fall Cold" Here is my Monday That, and the oldest has a secondary Impetigo infection, poor thing is on Bactrim, and all red. :-(

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    1. Oh no!! Hopefully they feel better soon!!

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  6. Is the Hangman one creepy? I'm usually on the fence with creepy, but that cover looks great.

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    1. It's not super creepy. It is described as a Victorian murder mystery, and that was a good way to describe it. Pretty harmless. :)

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  7. I used to read Mary Stewart years and years ago. I read Wildfires at Midnight but not the other. Have a good week and glad you feel better now.

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    1. It will be my first reading of Wildfires at Midnight, I am excited to get it! Thanks Rita!

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  8. Glad to hear you are feeling better. It looks like you have some good books, especially for this time of year.

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    1. Thanks Pat! I feel so autumnal right now, I am ready to dive right in to fall.

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  9. All of the four featured look really good! I definitely want to read them. I have never read Anne Perry, but have heard good things.

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    1. They are such comfort reads for me! I like a cozy mystery when I need a book to snuggle with.

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  10. I'm just getting over my fall cold, as well. It always seems to hit right after the first week of school. Looks like you've got a lot of good books to scare your cold away, though. :) Enjoy!

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    1. I know right! What the heck!

      It seems like the book are working! Feeling better here everyday. :)

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  11. Spooky reads for the win! :) I hope you are feeling better! I just went through a horrible cold myself. Bleh.

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