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 fantastic way to share what you are reading with readers and fellow bloggers and also to help keep a book blogger such as myself organized!  This past week wasn't full of much reading, the weather here has been absolutely beautiful and the kids and I have been outside soaking it up!  Only one month of school left, and then we'll have much more time to be outside and I'll have more free time for reading!

Here's what happened last week:

Read The Jane Austen Marriage Manual by Kim Izzo (review to come soon.)  Loved it!  Was just what I needed to read last week, and I didn't realize until I started reading that Kim Izzo is Canadian!  I love Canadian authors!

Here is what's happening this week:


I plan to finish The Headmaster's Wager by Vincent Lam.  I started it about two weeks ago and have been working away nicely at it.  It's one of those books that you really need to devote time to, you can't just pick it up and read a few pages at a time when you have the chance.
I also plan to start Everybody Has Everything by Katrina Onstad.
This past week I picked up three books from the library, all from Canadian authors and I'm loving this little binge of Canada reading I'm on right now.


  1. Both books look intriguing...I will be looking forward to reading your reviews of them.

    Have a great week!
    Kristin @ Always With a Book

  2. I really think you'll love Katrina Onstad's novel, it's a beautiful story. It also has an intriguing book trailer:

  3. I like the look of Everybody Has Everything. Enjoy your week!


  4. I've seen mixed reviews on The Headmaster's Wager but it does look interesting and is a setting I have read next to nothing about. Might have to check it out. Happy reading!

  5. Cool books! I'm reading 'Fifty Shades of Grey' (book club assignment) and 'Let's Pretend This Never Happened'.

  6. Judging by the cover "Everybody has everything" must be beautiful! All the best from Anette in Norway :)

  7. Great looking selection! Happy Reading!

  8. Everybody Has Everything sounds really interesting. It's funny to see how people who always wanted to be parents and those who never expected it deal with parenthood.


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