Wednesday, March 17, 2010

What are you reading?

I love to ask people what they happen to be reading. I'm nosey like that, but if someone gushes about a book or author enough, that makes me want to take a look at it and see what all of the fuss is about. I read EVERYTHING, from scifi to mysteries to chicklit and everything in between. I did discover recently that I'm not into Christian Fiction. Some people love it, me not so much, especially when it really just pounds you over the head. I found a couple of books that I enjoyed but they weren't the pounding you over the head type books.

So, what am I reading right now? Here's my list of books that are on my table to be read

A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson---heard this is extremely funny so can't wait to get started

Wicked by Gregory Maguire---I know I'm late on this wagon, but I just happened to go by it in the library and thought "self, you've been meaning to read that so go ahead and pick it up". I do that a lot, which usually means I have to back a dump truck to the doors of the library to load all of my books into it and then have to sell one of my kids to pay the overdue fines.

The Help--the book club selection to be discussed in April. It's not on the table, it's on my Kindle (have I told you how much I love my Kindle?).

Christy---Book club selection from last month that I didn't get to read, but figured I would go ahead and read it again just because I had forgotten a lot.

Then of course, are my lists of books that I have to buy when they come out, the books that I read over and over and over, the books on my Kindle wish list. The DH doesn't understand my need to read, I don't understand his need to hunt, but if we were both readers nothing would ever get done in our house.

So dear reader, what are you reading?

Peace and love y'all!


Alyssa said...

This happens to me pretty much every summer. I don't have time for much pleasure reading during school, so the list gets crazy long. Then I spend my whole summer doing nothing but reading. It's lovely. :)

SCNONI said...

I am re-reading the first Harry Potter book, The Sorcerer's Stone. I had forgotten a lot of stuff from the beginning of the series.

Jayne said...

I just finished Sue Monk Kidd's First Light, and I really enjoyed it...inspirational.

Connie said...

I'm reading The really is very good. Also reading the Happiness Project and Dracula.

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