Monday, February 15, 2010

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? (4)

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What are you reading Mondays? were being hosted by J. Kaye’s Book Blog, but she is making major changes to her blog so the new host is… Sheila @ One Persons Journey Through a World of Books!  She is doing a fantabulous job!

 

Darn Olympics just started, and already I can’t turn the tv off.  I’m going to have to pick and choose what to watch so I can still get all my reading in because I’m falling behind!

Reviews Completed Last Week:

Books Completed Last Week:

Books I am Currently Reading:

  • Beyond the Night by Joss Ware (I keep leaving this in my car which my brother is borrowing...)
  • Vintage Soul by David Niall Wilson
  • They Call Me Death by Missy Jane

What’s Up Next:

  • The Sin Eater’s Prince by Keta Diablo
  • Happy Hour of the Damned by Mark Henry
  • My Zombie Valentine anthology  by Katie MacAlister, Angie Fox, Marianne Mancusi, and Lisa Cach
  • Kitty and the Midnight Hour by Carrie Vaughn

26 comments:

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

You have a great list of books coming up. I need to peek through some of your reviews as many of these are new titles to me.

Have a fantastic week and get that book out of your car! LOL

Becky said...

I know the feeling about the Olympics - I think im addicted too!

I hope that you are enjoying the books that you are currently reading, I haven't heard of any of them before.

Gwen said...

Stormfront sounds different for me and interesting.

Zia said...

I have no doubt that I would enjoy probably every book on your list. Have a great reading week!

Cat said...

Patricia Briggs is the only author I recognise . Have a great reading week!

Alaine - Queen of Happy Endings said...

That's a great list! Hope you have a great reading week and thanks for visiting my blog!

Ladybug said...

What a great list! I listend to Storm Front back in November(I think it was) and I really enjoyed it. Will definitely continue the Dresden files. I'm going to read your review now :)

I have to watch OL as well!

Enjoy your week!

Chrissie said...

Your list of books to read next all sound really good. Hope you enjoy them :)

Lydia said...

Looks like you have a great list coming up! Thanks for stopping by my blog =)

Michelle said...

You've got a nice long list of upcoming books there. Enjoy!

Here's my Monday post:
http://literarilyspeaking1.blogspot.com/2010/02/its-monday-what-are-you-reading_15.html

Christina T said...

I know what you mean about the Olympics! I am trying to limit myself to just my favorites: short track speed skating (because I love Apolo Ohno), figure skating, and anything that involves flying through the air (snowboarding, moguls, etc.). I very optimistically said I was going to read five books this week. Ha!

You have quite a list for this week too. I haven't read Jim Butcher but I keep hearing that he is a good author so I might try one this year to see if I like it. I usually like Celtic fantasy so we'll see.

Have a happy reading week and thanks for commenting on my blog!

David Niall Wilson said...

Proud to have Vintage Soul on that list...and hoping to see it pop up on reading lists all over soon...

David Niall Wilson
Glimpses Into an Overactive Mind

Jennifer said...

It looks as though you have a great line-up for this week. Happy reading! My Monday: http://www.rundpinne.com/2010/02/its-monday-what-are-you-reading-15.html

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Your book stack is very eclectic, which always intrigues me.

Happy reading!

My post:

http://laurel-rain-snow.blogspot.com/2010/02/its-monday-what-are-you-reading_15.html

Amanda Leigh said...

Thanks everyone for stopping by! Glad I'm not the only one enjoying the Olympic this week (and I love Apolo Ohno too). Glad I could give some of you a few new authors to check out! Thanks David for dropping by too!

Felicia S. said...

Great List!

I think you will like Happy Hour of the Damned--very funny and good! I picked up Storm Front and it is on my Summer list!

Kay said...

Am off to read your Freaksville and Storm Front reviews, as both are on my wishlist. I am also looking forward to seeing what you think of the Missy Jane book as I have yet to be convinced to add her to my wishlist (Let alone my shopping basket!)

Happy reading!

MarceJ said...

I love that you stay true to your style of reading. Freaksville made me smile, the title that is.

Enjoy watching the Olympics, books will always be there :-)

Elena said...

I've been hooked by the Olympics too, so I know what you mean. I spent last night watching Canada win Gold in the Men's Mogul.

Enjoy the reading you get done.

Sarah said...

You've got a great selection of books coming up. I really want to read Happy Hour of the Damned & My Zombie Valentine so I'll watch out for your reviews of them :o)

I also really liked Kitty & the Midnight Hour so I hope you enjoy it too.

The1stdaughter said...

I know exactly what you mean about the Olympics, and it's not something you can just "kind of" watch. Ugh.

Well, I'm definitely going to have to go back and read your review on Freaksville, I've been interested in reading it myself.

Have a great reading week and thanks for stopping by my site!

Joy said...

Great list planned for the week. Enjoy the books!

Amanda Leigh said...

Thanks everyone again for stopping by! Also glad to hear good things about my upcoming books to read!

Teddyree said...

Nice line-up of books, I'm also having trouble reading and reviewing with so much good stuff on tv LOL. Not enough hours in the day!
I read Kitty and the Midnight Hour before Christmas, Kitty grew on me but apparently the series gets better and better! Happy Reading

Mary Ann DeBorde said...

Howdi Amanda :) Visiting here from vvb32 and wishing you a belated but Happy Valentine's Day lol

btw - your list of books looks yummy, man ... I have fallen SO far behind in my TBR since the holidays =P

Am currently enjoying 'The Historian', rather long but incredibly well written.

Ruth Schaller said...

Hope you have a great reading week! Here's mine for this week: http://ruthiesbookreviews.blogspot.com/2010/02/its-monday-what-are-you-reading_15.html