It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

Hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey

 It’s getting colder and winter will be upon us before we know it if the last two days are anything to go by. Normally I’ve been sitting on the fence unable to choose a side in the Summer Vs Winter debate as preferred seasons. That changed on Friday however, when things went to hell and I decided that I most definitely like Summer better. Although I used to agree with the notion that Winter was slightly better because it’s easier to get warmer than cooler (you add more clothes in winter but its harder to take them off in Summer and remain decent), I’m now firmly in the camp that winter is only good for Hot Chocolate, Donas and Reading. That’s how I plan to spend my Winter and I can see nothing wrong with that, especially if my reoccurring injury is going to play up more during the season.

Don’t Forget to enter the Jessica Shirivington Giveaway for your chance to win a signed copy of her latest book DISRUPTION. To enter simply leave a comment on this blog post.

Please note that Tapestry has been in my currently reading list for the past few weeks. This isn’t because I don’t like the book or find it hard to read. But rather a family member borrowed it thinking I had finished it and I didn’t have access to it. But it’s back now and I WILL finish it this week 🙂

Currently Reading

Just Finished

Plan To Read This Coming Week

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

  1. welcometomylibrary says:

    Great book list you have there! I am reading The Fault in our Stars by John Green, A Very unusual Pursuit by Catherine Jinks and The Bone Chime Song & Other Stories by Joanne Anderton.

    • Jess says:

      I loved The Fault In Our Stars. I read it when it first came out in 2012 and couldn’t get enough. I may be a tad excited about the upcoming film adaptation – even if I know I’ll need a box of tissues on hand!
      I haven’t heard of the other books you mentioned so I’m going to go and check them out.

      • welcometomylibrary says:

        My daughter has been hassling me to read The Fault in Our Stars for a while – So I finally am for our book club. (We have started a book club on my blog reading YA and upper primary children’s books). Even the film trailer is making me bawl, so its definitely going to be a tissue box movie.

      • Jess says:

        I cried in the first trailer they released. I haven’t watched the second full length one yet. I don’t think I will either because I will want to see the movie right now!! I’m impatient like that.

    • Jess says:

      I’ve wanted to read it for years and hadn’t gotten around to it, but my book cub is doing it this month so I’m finally reading it 🙂 have a great reading week too.

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