It's Monday, What Are You Reading?

It's Monday again! Every time I plan to have a nice, relaxing weekend where all I do is read, it never turns out that way!

It's Monday, What are You Reading is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey. She has a fantastic blog, and you'll find lots of great blogs and books to read through this fun meme.

What I read last week

How to Read the Air by Dinaw Mengistu (finally, and I'm so glad I did!)

What I'm reading now

They Fight Like Soldiers, They Die Like Children by Romeo Dallaire (a look at the use of child soldiers)

What I plan to read next

Great House by Nicole Krauss
Rhythms of Grace by Marilyn Griffith

What are you reading this week?

Comments

  1. Romeo Dallaire's book sounds interesting but maybe difficult to read?

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  2. Wow, the nonfiction book you're reading sounds very deep. Hope you enjoy Great House--it's supposed to be quite good & a finalist in the Indie Lit Awards. Have a great reading week :) Here's my Monday post.

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  3. Same here! I have this picture in my head of afternoons of a book and a blanket.... and then they are more like.... red a bit, do laundry, read a bit... answer the phone.... read a bit... interrupted - ahhhh forget it. LOL

    Enjoy this week and find some reading time :)

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  4. Have a fab week! My It's Monday is here.

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  5. This week I'm reading Take the Risk by Ben Carson.

    Loved Gifted Hands and I'm enjoying this one so far as well. Its off to an exciting start. I almost missed my metro stop this morning reading it!

    -Shannon

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  6. I will definite place this 'they fight like soldiers' on my reading list.
    Enjoy your reading!

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  7. I think They Fight Like Soldiers-would be sad.

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  8. I'm reading Cybils short list books now and more wishlist books. Come see what I finished!

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