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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?
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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

IMWAYR is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey and is a little round-up of the week for bloggers that read.

It’s been a quiet week on the blog, I’m not sure what I’m doing with my time!

Books I’ve read:

In Praise of Savagery by Warwick Cairns 4/5
The Crowded Grave by Martin Walker 2/5
This is Not Forgiveness by Celia Rees 4/5

Currently reading:

Shakespeare’s Champion by Charlaine Harris

Upcoming reads:

Hopefully I’ll be cracking open the first of the festive reads this week.

I also blogged about:

Nothing πŸ™

Incoming:
I didn’t do my In My Mailbox post yesterday but I did get a few non-fiction books. From Canongate, It Chooses You by Miranda July. The others were a late birthday present (Amazon seems to have it in for my wishlist), The Ancient Guide to Modern Life by Natalie Haynes, Street Art San Francisco and The Photographer’s Eye by Michael Freeman. I also received This is Not Forgiveness as part of a UK Book Tour but as you can see I’ve already read it!

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7 Comments

  1. Chrissie @ Once Upon a Series

    Ooh, I'm hoping to start on some Christmas reads sometime soon too!

    Happy reading πŸ™‚

  2. Rachel

    What a great idea to do some Christmas reads. It's always fun to get into the holiday spirit!

  3. Tanya Patrice

    I think I must be the last person in bloggyland to not read a Charlaine Harris book yet! Gotta remedy that situation! Hope you have a great week πŸ™‚

  4. KarenSi

    I love the street art books. Always look through them in the shop. I don't think I have seen that one though. Hope you are enjoying the Charlaine Harris.

  5. So many books, so little time

    I finished while I am still me by Jeremy Mark Lane and now reading an ARC Laughing At Wall Street by Chris Camillo

    Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

  6. Chris

    I liked the Shakespeare books. They're a lot different from her vampire ones.

  7. pussreboots

    I have Harris's Shakespeare books on my tbr. If it weren't for the audio books we listened to while stuck in holiday traffic, I wouldn't have gotten much read this week. Please come see what we've read.

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