It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?



It’s Monday!  What are you reading?  is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey  where we discuss what we have been up to lately, and what we are looking forward to in the coming week.  Stop over there and see what other bloggers have posted!

 Here is what happened with me this week

Ok, it has been a slow week reading wise (I feel like I have been saying that a whole lot this summer, but it is true :-()

We celebrated my son’s 15th birthday, then the next day I met my husband in Boston for a few days.

I went to Paul Revere’s house, stood on the site of the Boston Massacre, and had tons of yummy food.

We went to Dergins Park, The Green Dragon (where the Sons of Liberty planned the Boston Tea Party), and Union Oyster House, which is the oldest continually run restaurant in the country!

English: Paul Revere's House in Boston, Massac...

English: Paul Revere’s House in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Union Oyster House, 1945.

Union Oyster House, 1945. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Get why there wasn’t that much reading time?

I did get to read on the plane, despite the tiny woman next to constantly hitting me with her elbow.

I finished

The Girl You Left Behind

by Jojo Moyes


(hoping to get a review posted later today or by wednesday the latest.

I am currently reading-

My Notorious Life

by Kate Manning


Up Next I am reading


by Jennifer Dubois


which I received as part of Librarything‘s Early Reviewer program

So, what are you reading?  Please comment-I would love to hear from you!

17 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

  1. Reading on the plane is always interesting. On my last trip, I was reading The History of Love on the plane.
    I hope you have a great week and enjoy Cartwheel!

  2. Sounds like a great trip! I loved My Notorious Life – I hope you are enjoying it!

    Thanks for stopping by earlier!

  3. Let’s see…

    I’m probably going to finish Graham Greene’s The Heart of the Matter today. I’m also reading Infinite Jest (slowly but surely) for the second time.

    Lined up I have Cycle of the Werewolf for my read-all-of-Stephen-King project, and High Wizardry by Diane Duane.

  4. Happy birthday to your son! Sounds like a fun trip to Boston. Looking forward to your review of The Girl You Left Behind. And I love the cover of Cartwheel! Happy reading.

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