It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey. It's a place for bloggers to come together and share what they read in the past week, what they are reading and what they plan to read. She also offers a cool weekly contest for participants!

I'm so excited to participate in this meme for the first time! I love Mondays (is that weird?) Weekends are always so nice and relaxing but I rarely get much achieved, so Mondays is a return to order for me!

Books I read last week:

Holy Rollers by ReShonda Tate Billingsley - Urban Christian
Curiosity by Joan Thomas - longlisted for Giller Prize

What I am currently reading:

The Tapestry of Love by Rosy Thornton - women's fiction

What I plan to read next:

The Matter with Morris by David Bergen - shortlisted for the Giller Prize
How to Read the Air by Dinaw Mengistu - Ethiopian-American writer

I haven't been reading as much as I usually do so I don't have too much planned for this week, but I definitely want to get through three.

How about you, what are you reading?


  1. Hopping by & will be following. I also want to read more this week, which incidentally happens to be my wish every week :D Here's my Monday post. Have a great reading week :)

  2. I'm reading the Narnia Series. I haven't read them for about 3 years. I read at night when rocking Eric to sleep :o)

  3. Wow. They look like great books. Can't wait to read your reviews. Not listed on my post are the ton and a half of peer reviewed journal articles I read. Here's what I'm reading this week.

  4. Hope you have a wonderful reading week, Shan! And yes, Mondays are a return from the weekends of chaos, but I would much rather sleep in on the weekend.....

  5. Looks like you have some great picks for this week. Have fun reading.
    Joy at Books and Life

  6. So sorry I am late! I like to stop by and check out everyones list :) How is the Tapestry book? I have that one too. Have a super week!


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