It’s finally Friday! So what’s everybody reading? ?It’s finally Friday! So what’s everybody reading? ? Katie #questionnaire
Sweet valley high ?♀️
Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour
I’m reading ‘Who killed Mujib’ though its already Saturday here In Bangladesh ??
I started reading Beartown and I’m loving it. Even the hockey parts. I love reading about something that I know nothing about and to see it through other people eyes and to feel their love.
Any good? ?
After you by Jojo Moyes
Myth of Sisyphus
I want to read that book! How is it?
@Jessica I’m currently reading it! I’m about 65% through it and I am enjoying it a lot! Took me a couple chapters to actually get invested and now I am trying to finish it today because it’s that good
The Shoemaker’s Wife. And a literary biography of Madeleine L’Engle.
A biography of Stevie Nicks.
The Graceling, by Kristin Cashore.
Great book,a strong female lead. Go Katsa!!??
I enjoyed that book.
@Kelly ,Katsa is awesome
@Brenda Yeah she is. I like her and Po together.
That’s on my TBR list! After I finish Mortal Instruments/Infernal Devices 🙂
@Kelly ,I agree
@Jennifer ,mortal Instruments is on my tbr list?
I just started Salt to the Sea.
The Seven Dials Mystery by Agatha Christie
@Sabeer ,I love Agatha Christie?
@Brenda Ohh yeah me too! I have just started collecting Supt. Battle’s series, and hence this ?
After the crash.
You by Caroline Kepnes
The Instruction, by Ainslie MacLeod. First non-fiction I’ve read in ages. Have a feeling it’s going to change my life…
Class reunions are murder
By: Libby Klein
Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf
Sometimes I lie
Finishing bayles and holly hocks by Sheila new berry and starting the little old.lady who broke all the rules by Catharine ingleman-sundberg
Wells Landing Christmas Amy Lillard
Starting CIRCE by Madeline Miller – it’s my book club’s September pick
“Column of Fire” by Ken Follet.
On my list!
@Loretta Good choice. “Column of Fire” is a good book.
I loved the first two in the series. It seems like it was a long wait for the last in the trilogy. Is it in paperback yet?
@Loretta Yes, it is. In fact, the version of the “Column of Fire” I’m reading is a paperback.
@Loretta You’re welcome.
Severe Clear by Stuart Woods
I just added this to my TBR pile.looks good..
@David I’m just a few chapters in, the start is very funny.
@Amelia i’ve a feeling it will creep to the top of my pile.!!
The stand by Stephen king
Starting Clockwork Prince! (Does anyone else despise when they put the stupid promotional stickers on their books?! ?)
Any good? ?
@Callum 75 pages in.good so far..
Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough
I need to pick one from my TBR when I get home. Can’t wait to start a new one!
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green.
Starting this one later today
Am currently reading this.
I enjoyed this one!
@Bob…..you liking it?
Is it easy to get into?
@Carla Very easy. It’s spooky too which I love.
In my TBR pile!
Love this book! And her others too
Enid Blyton …Secret Series childhood nostalgia
Resolute by Nancy E. Turner and a book about Grover Cleveland. I’m reading books on each president in their order.
The Glass Ocean
I’m reading There There by Tommy Orange for the second time. That book has me shook for real. I had to go back and read it again because I knew I missed things the first time.
On my tbr list
Dragonfly In Amber -Diana Gabaldon
When The Lights Go Out-Mary Kubica
And Then There Were None-Agatha Christie
Crazy rich Asians
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.
On my tbr list
The secret daughter by Shilpi Somaya Gowda
Nora, Nora by Anne Rivers Siddons. The only book by her I haven’t read.
Fright or Flight
I have paper ghost next. Is it good or should I skip it for now ??
Lords of the White Castle by Elizabeth Chadwick ♡
I’m in my 70’s, Grew up in Nebraska, we were a farming family and not much money. Winters were mostly spent indoors, Mom would read to us. Went to a one room country school and the teacher read to us classics. Both parents read, Dad read westerns and mystery’s and mom read what I call the fluffy books- Romance. All six kids grew up reading and telling each other about books. I’ve gotten my grandson’s to read Michael Scott’s fantasy books and they loved them. Please Please pass your passion for reading to someone in the family. They will be the person that will retain the memories of family history.
The Disappeared by Kristina Ohlsson
How is this? I have it in my TBR pile…
Good! A take on Lizzie Borden murders.
my blurb for the 91st millionth time to try and improve it lol
The murder house
The Last Time I Lied
I will work on saturday 🙁
i read that a few months ago, really on the fence about her conclusions but did enjoy her details of what London was like at the time.
Tabitha Chamberlain I read her other one onJack the Ripper so I’m curious what new things she wrote. Thanks for the comment.
I can’t decide???
Notes for my novel and looking for how the plots dovetail and where there are loose threads and plot holes
Tell me your dream by Sidney Sheldon’s
Eclipse, the Bible and The Vampire Diaries.
Finishing the Camper Book by Dave Hoekstra tonight.
I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
One of my favorites
I need a book!!
Read a few weeks ago, good read! Going back to classics!
Looks interesting. Will put on tbr.
Animal Farm George Orwell
White Hot and It’s In His Kiss
Born to be Wilde Eloise James.
All of them were great. Hard to choose just one.
Just finishing this off then starting A Man Called Ove since people seem to recommend it.
Jar of Hearts
Gap Creek by Robert Morgan and I love it!!
Still Life by Louise Penny
@Arlene Hey! That’s what I’m reading too!:))
@Kim I’ve only just started. My neighbor let me borrow it. How do you like it so far?
@Arlene I’m not sure, but I’ve found myself kind of laughing at times..but that might be because I’m a Quebecoise myself. I grew up on the island of Montreal..and the writer is quite spot on about how we are. I live in New Zealand now, so I really love reading about “home”. It makes my bias. 🙂 How are you liking it?
@Kim I haven’t gotten very far, but I have caught on to the humor. I live in the Boston area of Massachusetts and was in Montreal once. But not long enough to pick up on the nuances the writer might be referring to. I’ll keep you posted as I get further into the book!
Behold the Dreamers
Blackfoot Lodge Tales: The Story of a Prairie People by George Bird Grinnell.
this looks like Good Reading!
@Saadia I think it will be. George Bird Grinnell was one of the movers and shakers behind the establishment of Glacier National Park. He worked to help the Blackfeet and other tribes as much as he could. Part of that meant preservation of their stories.
Blood and Grits, by Harry Crews.
Game of thrones by George Martin
I plan to read this!
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. VERY GOOD so far (halfway through)!!!
I just read that book last month. I really enjoyed it.
Queen of the South
The tome that is Stephen King’s ‘IT’.
The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag by Alan Bradley.
A Conspiracy of Faith by Jussi Adler-Olsen.
Between Sundays by Karen Knisley
I’m still reading You by Caroline Kepnes. I also started Dirty Headlines by LJ Shen
On a more serious note, I’m reading Stone of Tears by Terry Goodkind
@Jessica is it good? I want to read that and Circe,just not sure if I will get into them
@Brenda literally just started, I’ll be sure to post later this evening and let you know
@Brenda it is a really good read ?
@Jessica ,I will try it then,thanks