It’s Monday! What are you reading?

It’s Monday! What are you reading? is a great weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

 Last week I read:

  • Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick
  • Noodle and Lou by Liz Garton Scanlon (children’s book)
  • The Taste of Salt by Martha Southgate
  • The Blessing of a Skinned Knee by Wendy Mogel
  • Red Wagon  by Renata Liwski (children’s book)

Right now I’m reading:

  • Havana Real: One Woman Fights to Tell the Truth about Cuba Today by Yoani Sanchez
  • Bless Me, Ultima by Reynaldo Anaya
  • Season to Taste: How I Lost my Sense of Smell and Found My Heart by Molly Birnbaum
  • In This Light: New & Selected Stories by Melanie Rae Thon

I’m hoping to finish everything this week except In This Light since it’s a short story collection. What are you reading this week?

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8 Responses to It’s Monday! What are you reading?

  1. alitareads says:

    I love the cover for In This Light. I hope you’re enjoying. I might have to check it out – I’ve been wanting to read more short story collections.

  2. BermudaOnion says:

    A good friend of mine is from Cuba, so Havana Real intrigues me. I’ll be watching for your review.

  3. winstonsdad says:

    A dutch novella set in world war two ,all the best stu

  4. Nise' says:

    A great reading week for you. Hope this week is just as good.

  5. zibilee says:

    You read some amazing stuff last week, and it looks like this week is scheduled to be wonderful as well! I am reading The Personal History of Rachel Dupree and liking it a lot. I am hoping to get to The Language of Flowers soon as well!

    • Vasilly says:

      I can’t wait to read your reviews about both books! I wasn’t able to get to The Language of Flowers before my ebook expired. Happy reading!

  6. Kailana says:

    I am slowly getting back to reading. I am hoping it continues!

  7. Bellezza says:

    I’m reading Wonder Struck to my class right now, and they love it. Actually, so do I. It’s the mark of a good children’s book when it can entrance an adult as well.

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