Shelia at One Person's Journey Through A World of Books gets all the credit for this one...
On Simply Marvelous Monday's here at Debbie's Book Bag, we want to know... What are you reading?
FINISHED LAST WEEK:
Uncertain Magic by Laura Kinsale (For review from Sourcebooks)
It Had To Be You (Weddings by Bella series - Book 3) by Janice Thompson (For review from Revell)
Talk, Dark and Wolfish (The Westfield Wolves series - Book 2) by Lydia Dare (For review from Sourcebooks)
It was a pretty good reading week. I finished all three necessary books for review. My e-book and my audio book are both somewhat on the back burner. But, I have decided to keep you apprised of my progress on each one each week.
For Brighid's Quest (Partholon series - Book 2) by P.C. Cast (E-book for review from Harlequin Teen) I have completed about 11 Chapters, 139 pages of 539, so I still have a long way to go, but I'm working on it. For The Chase (Isaac Bell series - Book 1) by Clive Cussler (Audio book from the Library) I have completed the Prologue and 1 Chapter and part of the second. Haven't quite gotten into that one yet.
READING OR LISTENING TO THIS WEEK:
This Fine Life by Eva Everson (For review from Revell)
Life, In Spite of Me: Extraordinary Hope After a Fatal Choice by Kristen Jane Anderson (For review from Waterbrook Multnomah)
The Brothers of Gwynedd, Pt. 1: Sunrise in the West by Edith Pargeter (For review from Sourcebooks) (Part of the Sourcebooks Summer Reading Program)
Brighid's Quest (Partholon series - Book 2) by P.C. Cast (E-book for review from Harlequin Teen)
The Chase (Isaac Bell series - Book 1) by Clive Cussler (Audio book from the Library)
The Brothers of Gwynedd is a very long book in the neighborhood of 800 pages, about the first Prince of Wales. Sourcebooks decided to break up the reviews for this book up into 4 parts that will be posted throughout the summer. Each month reviews will be posted for each part or story and then a chat will held at a specific blog where we can gather and talk about that part of the book. I'm really excited about this. I will post more information and the time and place for the chat when the review goes up next week.
I'm usually always reading at least one print book, an e-book and listening to an audio book each week. Just because I start it one week, doesn't mean I'll finish it the same week. But my goal is to finish at least two books a week.
The Last Christian by David Gregory (For review from Waterbrook Multnomah)
I usually choose only one up next selection each week because I'm never really sure what I want to read next.