It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? (2)

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?It’s Monday! What are you reading? is hosted by Sheila over at Book Journey.

Last week I read:

[[[Rage Is Back: A Novel by Adam Mansbach]]]

Pick of the  Week:

[[[Rage Is Back: A Novel by Adam Mansbach]]] (Again – Even though this wins by default, it was really good!)

Current Read (s):

Wise Men by Stuart Nadler

Wise Men by Stuart Nadler  – this one is so good that I have been trying to read the  e-galley on my Nook, which speaks volumes because I’m not on speaking terms with my Nook at the moment. If I had a paper copy I would have definitely finished it already. So tired of ALL the screens.

Coming Up Next:

Last week I had thought I would probably finish up the second half of the Penman, but that didn’t happen so that’s again the plan for this  week. I also want to start [[[Julie Kibler's Calling Me Home]]] for the She Reads Book Club. It’s the February Pick. Andi (Estella’s Revenge) has been making the case for Francesca Lia Block.

Lionheart by Sharon Kay Penman
[[[Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler]]]
[[[Love in the Time of Global Warming by Francesca Lia Block]]]

New Arrivals:

[[[Hysteria by Megan Miranda]]]
[[[Love In The Time Of Global Warming by Francesca Lia Block]]]
[[[The Suitors by Cecile David-Weill]]]
[[[Above All Things by Tanis Rideout ]]]
[[[The Promise of Stardust by Priscille Sibley]]]
[[[Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo]]]
[[[Passion by Jude Morgan]]]
[[[The Drowning House by Elizabeth Black]]]
[[[1356 by Bernard Cornwell]]]

Reviewed Last Week:

The Dark Rose by Erin Kelly
The Painted Girls by Cathy Marie Buchanan
Marmee and Louisa by Eve LaPlante

What are you reading this week?

1DA652C2516038AE4D02F55645591F39 Bring Up The Bodies by Hilary Mantel, Simon Vance (Narrator)  Audiobook Review

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  1. zibilee says:

    I have had such a difficult time finishing anything in paper, but the audios are just flying by! I finished Call the Midwife and Dark Places, and am well into White Horse. In paper, I set aside Y: A Novel, and am reading The Reckoning. I do so hope that my paper reading picks up!

    • Nicole Bonia says:

      You have quite a few interesting ones that you are working on. I think it goes in ebb and flow for me. This summer I was doing a ton of walking, so it was all about the audiobook for me, but I haven’t been into them so much lately and it has been tough going with the e-reader, which I had previously been in love with. We’ll see if it comes back.

  2. Isn’t Wise Men a Reagan Arthur book? I’m not surprised it’s good.

  3. Definitly will be looking for Wise Men. Sorry you and the Nook on not on speaking terms, my Kindle is not speaking to me because I keep neglecting it for print! ;o)