Monday, January 3, 2011

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

Sheila, of One Persons Journey Through a World of Books, is the host of It's Monday! What Are You Reading? This is a weekly event to share what we read last week, what we are currently reading and what books we plan to read this week.

Recently read:

  • The Lying Game - Sara Shepard
    Summary: First in a new series, The Lying Game begins with Emma learning she has a twin sister, Sutton.
  • Call Me Mrs. Miracle - Debbie Macomber
    Summary: Mrs. Miracles helps two families to have their best Christmas yet.
  • Promise Me - Richard Paul Evans
    Summary: Beth Cardell meets a mysterious man during the holiday season.
I'm reading:
  • The Atlas of Love - Laurie Frankel
I'm listening to:
  • Heist Society - Ally Carter
Reading soon:
  • The Proper Care and Maintenance of Friendship - Lisa Verge Higgins
  • Bundle of Trouble - Diana Orgain
  • The Transformation of Things - Jillian Cantor
What are you reading this week?


  1. I just started reading The Scorch Trials by James Dashner. The Maze Runner was really great and I'm hoping I like this one as much!

  2. Happy New Year Shon

    I read Motherhood is Murder and it was good, I should go back and read Bundle of Trouble

    Here is mine if interested.

  3. Have a fab week! My It's Monday is here.
    Come and link reviews of books with a TV/Movie Adaptation on this week's Read My Review

  4. I didn't get as much reading last week. I have been sick with a cold and I was traveling.

  5. The Atlas of Love is the book that I am most looking forward to reading. I have really high hopes for it. Can't wait for your review!

    -Jenna at Eleven Pages

  6. How is Heist Society on audio? I am always looking for good audio.

  7. MsLibLady - I haven't heard of The Scorch Trials. I hope you enjoy it.

    Marce - Happy New Year to you too! I am looking forward to reading this new series. I just adore the covers!

    Trillian - I hope you had a nice week too!

    Pussreboots - I hope you are feeling better!

    Jenna - I was looking forward to reading this too. Unfortunately I didn't read it in 2010 so I decided it had to be my first book this year. Am pleased to say it did not disappoint.

    Sheila - Heist Society was fantastic! Looking forward to book two: Uncommon Criminals.