Sheila @ One Persons Journey through a world of Books wants to know what we're reading. I'm only too happy to oblige!
The summer months sure are winding down fast, even if there's no sign of the heat abating yet. It's time to start looking at where the reading this year stands and if any of the lofty goals I made at the start of the year are still making sense to me.
Books finished since the last update
News from over my blog
Gingerbread Girl by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover (No, this isn't a middle-grade or picture book)
Books on my nightstand
It feels great to remove books from my nightstand when I haven't been to them in a while, else all that book-peer pressure can be quite debilitating. Of course, for every book I remove from my desk, another five jump in, so maybe that's not such a good thing.
Pigeon English by Stephen Kelman: This month, I'm hoping to get to the ARCs that I still have to read. My next "scheduled" (tour or not) ARC is in September, so I'm hoping to thin out my ARC list before then. I'm starting with this book, which has so far been getting mixed reviews, so I'm hoping it works for me.
Naked by David Sedaris: I'm on the last disc of this audiobook. Audio doesn't work for me because I don't have any lengthy commute time in my car. Plus, I try not to turn on the car A/C, so with the roar of the wind, I like some "quiet" in the car. Still, I should hopefully be done with this funny book this week.