Monday, January 3, 2011
What are you reading (24)?
It's Monday! What are you reading this week? is a weekly event now hosted by One Persons Journey Through a World Of Books. It's helpful way to take a look at what you have read and what you want to read!
It's the first Monday of the new year and I'm looking forward to a happy and wonderful 2011. This was a busy week for me in blogland. I signed up to participate in way to many challenges that I'm super excited about. I have all my books picked out and I've spent the last two days organizing my stacks and reading. I've already finished two books here in 2011 and I'm half way through the third. I also wrote my 2010 wrap up post, where I also listed my top five reads of the year.
I do have a horrible head cold that is keeping me down some. It doesn't help that I still can't take any medicine so I'm just having to wait it out until it goes away. I'm going to try and not let that get me down though :)
As for reading and reviews, I reviewed Meg Cabots Size 12 Is Not Fat here. It was my final read in 2010.
This week I finished both Sarah, Plain and Tall and Number the Stars. These reviews can be found here and here.
As for this week, I'm looking forward to finishing Darkly Dreaming Dexter. I'm a little more than a 100 pages into this and very much enjoy it. Hubby watches this TV show religiously but I've always found it to be a bit too disturbing for me. I seem to be enjoying the books much more.
I would also like to read and finish Murder on the Menu by Miranda Bliss. This is the second book in the Cooking Class Mystery series. I really enjoyed the first in the series and hope that this one is equally entertaining.
Finally, I'd like to read Inkheart by Cornelia Funke. I've had this one sitting on the shelves for a quite a while and I've heard really good things about it. Plus, I've been waiting to see the movie until after I finish the book.
So that's my week. I'm keeping it small because I have year end close at work until Wednesday which will probably leave me pretty exhausted.
So what are your reading plans for the week?