Sunday, April 4, 2010

Simply Marvelous Monday (17)

Shelia, at One Person's Journey Through a World of Books, gets all the credit for this one...

On Simply Marvelous Monday's at Debbie's Book Bag, we want to know... What are you reading?


Watchlist: Two Serial Thrillers in One Killer Book by Jeffery Deaver (For review from Media Muscle)
A Certain Wolfish Charm (The Westfield Wolves series - Book 1) by Lydia Dare (For review from Sourcebooks)
This Little Prayer Of Mine by Anthony DeStefano (For review from Waterbrook Multnomah)
The Girls Life Application Study Bible (NLT Translation) (For review from Tyndale)

Well, it was Easter Weekend. I had hoped to finish either my audio book or my e-book but to no avail. I had a lot of stuff to do for review, plus a lot of family stuff. Soooo, I'm still reading Outlander and still listening to Celebration, but I did get four books in this week. Not, too bad!


Outlander (Outlander series - Book 1) by Diana Gabaldon (E-book from the Library)
Celebration by Fern Michaels (Audio book from the Library)
The Highest Stakes by Emery Lee (For review from Sourcebooks)
Too Close To Home (Women of Justice series - Book 1) by Lynette Eason (For review from Revell)
No Greater Love (Extreme Devotion series - Book 1) by Kathi Macias (For review from Pump Up Your Book Promotions)
Forget Me Not (Crossroad Crisis Center series - Book 1) by Vicki Hinze (For review from Waterbrook Multnomah)

I know this is a really ambitious list. But, I have part of The Highest Stakes already finished, so that will help. The last three are book I need to finish for review and I will concentrate on those. Celebration and Outlander again will be on the back burner, but rest assured I am working on them. I am usually reading a print book an e-book and listening to an audio book each week. That doesn't mean I will finish them all. I do have a goal of at least two books a week though.


The Founding (Moreland Dynasty series - Book 1) by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles (For review from Sourcebooks)


Lydia said...

Looks like you had a fantastic week! I hope you have fun this week - great lineup of books.

Rebecca Chapman said...

You have done really well this week, the Jeffrey Deaver book sounds pretty interesting! I didn't get through nearly as many as you

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Wow! You'll have lots to read this week.

Here's mine:

Unknown said...

I've wanted to read Outlander forever.

Four books in a week is great! May you have an even better week of reading this week (but I don't know how anyone reads more than four books in a week :)

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Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

You had a wonderful group of books last week and coming up. Have fun this week :)

Crystal (I totally paused!) said...

Your upcoming week looks really fantastic! I love when people have lot of books at once, makes for more fun :)

This is my significantly smaller list:

Have a great week!

Jennifer said...

Awesome week! I really enjoyed the Founding and look forward to reading your thoughts. My Monday:

Staci said...

I'm getting read to read Forget Me Not today!! Your week sounds great!!

Christina T said...

You have some interesting books to review. I read Christian fiction but I haven't heard of most of these. I hope you enjoy them.

Here's what I'm reading.

Heidi V said...

The Outlander is on my list to read...You have a good list of books and I hope you enjoy the week...

Felicia the Geeky Blogger said...

What a great list! Some of the authors/series I had not heard of. I love Outlander-enjoy that one!!

Unknown said...

I hope you love Outlander! One of my most favorite series! Cool list.

Mystica said...

You've got through a good pile and still have a lot of very nice reading to get through. Good luck with the list.

Deb said...

Nice list. I have The Outlander but haven't read it yet. Mine is up a little late today. Easter recovery.