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.
Whew, last week was a doozy!! I had a million things to do, as well as get ready for finals, including the writing of a final paper. I am relieved that the worst is behind me, and I only have one test left on Friday. Not that my life is bound to get any less busy, being December and getting ready for Christmas. I did have a fun weekend. On Saturday, I went to the Detroit Urban Craft Fair with my mom, and later that evening the husband and I went to Noel Night in Detroit with my brother and sister-in-law. The Craft Fair was really fun, but Noel Night didn't seem as festive as usual. We still had fun walking around together, although my brother couldn't get over how slow pregnancy has made me! Lol.
Read Last Week:
I stuck to fluffy fun holiday reading before bedtime - I really needed it to relax!
The Heart of Christmas by Brenda Novak: I am not usually super picky when it comes to holiday romances, but I really didn't like this one too much. Maybe it was because I have never read this series before or what, but I didn't like it. Review soon.
'Tis the Season by Robyn Carr: On the other hand, I did really like this one. At least the first two stories? It says it has two holiday stories which it did, but then all of a sudden there was a completely unrelated story as well. I somehow didn't realize it had a bonus novella in it, until I was reading it. I blame fatigue! Lol. Anyway, I liked the two holiday stories a lot, but not the bonus story. Review soon.
Reading this Week:
Little Women: Finishing up this bad boy (girl?) this week. I didn't get much time to work on it last week, but I don't have much to go. Book club is this week so I need to get it done! I am planning on sitting lazily around today, so I will get some reading knocked out.
A Mistletoe Christmas by Carla Cassidy, et al: So far, I am really enjoying this cute little book.
I plan on watching a million Christmas movies between now and Christmas! I feel a post about my yearly traditional movies coming up. Lol. Also, I am looking forward to watching the new TNT show, The Librarians!