Sunday, March 14, 2010

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? March 15

Yay! My favorite time of the week because I love interacting with my book bloggin' friends and seeing what everyone is reading. Sheila at One Person's Journey Through a World of Books hosts this meme, so link up and join in the fun.

I had a great week of reading, for me anyway. So proud of myself. It helped that the Olympics were over and the weather was crappy, so I wasn't motivated to do chores or anything else but read.

I read:

(The Tao of Mia and Leo)

I reviewed The Crying Tree, which I really enjoyed. I still need to review the others and hope to get to that this week.

Gave up after reading 137 pages:

This memoir held my interest at first but turned out to be too novel-like and not enough about actual births, like I had hoped.

Plan to read:

I leave you all with a picture of my nephew with my dad's dog Emma - the model in my header. Is her face not just the sweetest?!

What about you? Read anything good this week?


Lynne said...

Sorry about the spacing issues in Blogger. It doesn't look like that when I preview it! Grrr....

Lydia said...

I loved The Crying Tree. It was really well done and I thought she dealt with the subject matter well.

Here is my Monday:

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I am curious about Debbie Macoombers book - how was it? I havent read her in a long time.

Crying Tree sounds interesting - checking out your review now :)

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

LOL - guess I should wake up :) I see I already read your review for Crying Tree.

Jennifer said...

Web of Secrets is in my TBR pile and Remarkable Creatures is in a "must buy" section of my shopping cart. You had a fabulous week of reading and I hope you enjoy your novels this week. If you get a chance, my Monday:

Julie said...

The Crying Tree sounds very interesting. Cute picture! Have a good week!

Zia said...

The Crying Tree is one I've noticed around a few blogs and I admit it's got my attention. Here's mine.

Anonymous said...

Volunteer Vacations looks good! I've been meaning to read Debbie Macomber but haven't gotten around to it yet.

I have an award for you:

Cat said...

The Crying Tree is getting great reviews - keeping my eyes open for that one.
Remarkable Creatures is another on my list - hope you enjoy it.
Emma is gorgeous - as is your header!

Have a great week!

Nise' said...

Emma is just too cute! I love labs!

You had a great reading week. We had yucky weather as well.

I am way down on the hold list for Remarkable Creatures, have read good reviews.


Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Oh, I hadn't heard of this Debbie Macomber book! Looks good.

That dog (in your header and with your nephew) is adorable! Love the header pose especially.

Here's mine:

Jo-Jo said...

I have The Crying Tree at home but just haven't gotten to it yet. I hope you like it! Emma is just adorable.

dollycas aka Lori said...

First of all I LOVE YOUR HEADER PICTURE!!! and the one of your nephew too. Will need to check out the Debbie Macomber book, both my Mother-in-law and I love her books.


dArLyN said...

hi Lynne! I love emma! she is so adorable and stylish. *LOL*

btw, i like debbie macomber..i have some other books of her. and i'm planning to re-read soon.

happy reading!

Staci said...

She does have a sweet face!! I loved Tweak...scary though!! Enjoy your week of reading!

Christina T said...

Both The Crying Tree and Remarkable Creatures both look really interesting. I liked your review of The Crying Tree.

I hope you enjoy your reading this week.

Here is what I'm reading.

Aths said...

Love the pic of Emma! I say, she is so adorable and sweet!

Interesting books you have planned up! Enjoy your week!

Gwen said...

Emma does have such a sweet face:)

Remarkable Creatures has been sitting in my pile to read for a bit, need to get on that!

Molly said...

I have three yellow labs, but Emma's face is indeed adorable!!


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