Sunday, September 11, 2011

It's Monday, What Are You Reading?

It's Monday, What Are You Reading is a weekly blog meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey where you list the books you read last week and the ones you hope to read this week.

Read Last Week:

The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender:  This book was good, but left me feeling a little sad and haunted.

The Sweet Life in Paris by David Lebovitz:  I enjoyed reading of this author's adventure as an American living in Paris.  He had great recipes, and great anecdotes about the food and about life in general in Paris.

Currently Reading:

The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan:  It is quickly becoming fall, my favorite season, and Halloween, my favorite holiday.  I couldn't help myself, it is time to start reading the spooky, supernatural books.

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare:  I have heard good things about this, and I love the cover.


  1. Clockwork Angel does look amazing! Enjoy!

  2. Interesting how many food title books there are floating around these days. Enjoy.

  3. Those book titles make me hungry!

  4. New follower here!

    These all look like fab reads, especially Clockwork Angel.

    Here are my Monday Memes

  5. Clockwork Angel was so so good! I hope you enjoy it! Also, I've been hearing that about Aimee Bender's novel which is too bad, I was hoping it would be great.

    Hope you have a fabulous reading week and if you get a second stop my to see what I've been reading at There's A Book! :)

  6. I have Aimee Bender's book on my shelf - one of these days I will get to it. The Sweet Life in Paris looks really good and I will be adding that to my tbr pile.

    Stop by and see what I have going on this week at Always With a Book

  7. I have the Clockwork Angel on my TBR.

    Three-quarters of what I read this week was in the form of children's picture books. Please come see what they were.

  8. I liked Clockwork Angel (and the cover).
    Joy's Book Blog

  9. I'm itching to get started on my Halloween reads as well, but I think I need to read at least one more book for Banned Book Week before I move on to the spookfest. Soon, though! I started a list this evening of what I would like to read. Enjoy your week!

  10. I totally agree about reading Halloween type books! It's been a hot and humid summer, so I'm ready for fall foliage, pumpkins, and Halloween planning.

    My coworker's going to live in Paris for a month next year, so perhaps I will pass along The Sweet Life in Paris for him to get in the mood for his trip!

  11. I am back... I am trying to connect with you for banned books week but can not find your email... could you please email me at :)


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