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May 16, 2011

It's Monday! What are you reading?

It’s Monday!  What Are You Reading is weekly meme hosted by Book Journey to tell everyone what you have read or planning to read. If you would like to join in or see other blogs participating click on the icon above.

I had a good weekend reading. Here is what is on my plate this week:

I'm about half way through it after starting on Friday night. If I hadn't had somewhere to be on Saturday morning, I might have stayed up all night reading. After just 20 pages, I thought this might just be the best book I have ever read. My blog is going to be the June feature for Little Known Blogs and I will be posting my review there (I post a link on my blog when it is up).

I haven't made it very far into this one. My opinion of it might be a bit biased, but I am really trying to read it with an open mind. When the titles was sent to me by email I choose to review it because I like to see different opinions on a subject. It might be a few more weeks before this review goes up.

This book is my first request from My Nook is suppose to be delivered today so hopefully I will be able to load it on there. It sounded good. It is a Christian fiction novel dealing with medicine and government conspiracy/cover up. 

It Had To Be YouIt Had To Be You by Susan Elizabeth Philips

I'm listening to this book this week. Not sure if it will be something I like or not, but thought I would give it a try none-the-less. 

Okay, that is my round up of what I'm reading this week. A peek at a review that will post later this week:

Buddy's TailBuddy's Tail by K. Anne Russell

This was good book. A bit sad (it involves animals so that was a given) but not overly so and has a sweet message. I look forward to sharing this book with my niece and nephew.

What are you reading this week? 


  1. Oh, the Priest's Graveyard looks good! Can't wait for your review.

  2. Vaccine-nation sounds intereting. Can't wait for the review of that book. I'm currently reading Post-Mortem by Patricia Cornwell. It's okay so far.

  3. Bonnie - I'm absolutely loving The Priest's Graveyard.

    Larissa - Vaccine-nation is "interesting" (but that isn't necessarily a good Interesting".

  4. These all look very scary! I haven't read any thrillers in a really long time...
    Have a great week and enjoy all your books! :)

  5. Annie - I love thrillers. But I always have a little fluff on hand in case I scare myself. Vaccine-nation sounds like it would be scary, but the author is almost too over the top with his argument against vaccinations to be taken seriously.

  6. Those medical thrillers, wow, hope you enjoy them.

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  7. Marce - I haven't read many medical thrillers before. I liked the cover up/conspiracy angle so I'm hoping Lethal Remedy will be good.

  8. Your books look good! I would like to know more about Arm Chair BEA (where do people sign up, etc... I would like to promote it this week on my blog to direct people to get involved. :)

  9. Sheila - you (and any other blogger interested in Armchair BEA can find more info and sign up at