Monday, July 11, 2011

What Are You Reading?

Sheila over at Book Journey hosts this meme that gives you the opportunity to share the books that you have been losing yourself in lately and also the ones that you are looking forward to picking up next.

So here is what I finished on my Kindle:
 Sweet Jiminy by Kristin Gore was an interesting novel that through present day events took us back to a dark time in Mississippi as a young lady goes about trying to open and an unsolved murder case.  Watch for my review of this one soon!

Here is what I'm reading now:
I don't hesitate in announcing that Lisa See is one of my favorite authors!  I devoured Shanghai Girls and Dreams of Joy is so interesting as we get a look at how communism was implemented in China.  I can't wait to share my review of this awesome story!

And what's next?
The Help by Kathryn Stockett is my summer book club pick so I may start this one next...or maybe try to sneak another one in first.  I guess we will see what happens!

Well it is looking to be a beautiful day here in Northern Wisconsin and since I have the day off I plan on doing some errands and then hanging out in my favorite place at home.  Sitting on my deck reading a book!

8 comments:

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Sweet Jiminy looks good. Oh and The help you will LOVE!!!!

Dizzy C said...

The Help is a lovely read and great book club choice for discussion.

Have a great reading week

carol

Veens said...

Lisa See is awesome! ANd I look forward to your review of her book too. I really want to read the other 2 titles you mention here :)

readerofthepack said...

Oooh, I am very curious about Sweet Jiminy!

bermudaonion said...

The Help is so good - you will love it!

The Lawver's said...

I see that you have The Camel Club on your shelf...that's what I'm listening to now and I'm nearly done. It is a very fascinating book...typical Baldacci though...you gotta stick with it as it does get better ;)

The Lawver's said...

I see that you have The Camel Club on your shelf...that's what I'm listening to now and I'm nearly done. It is a very fascinating book...typical Baldacci though...you gotta stick with it as it does get better ;)

Marg said...

The Help was an excellent read, and I am really looking forward to reading Dreams of Joy myself!

Enjoy your books.