Monday, June 27, 2011

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?



This meme is now hosted by Sheila at One Persons Journey Through a World of Books.

Books completed last week:
Summer of My German Soldier by Bette Greene

Books I am currently reading/listening to:
John Adams by David McCullough (audio)
Shogun: A Novel of Japan by James Clavell - I am also now past halfway with Shogun! Last week I set most everything else aside to make a good dent in it.
Home-Based Business For Dummies by Paul Edwards, Sarah Edwards, Peter Economy

Up next:
Out of Africa by (Karen Blixen) Isak Dinesen
Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks
The Writing Class by Jincy Willett

8 comments:

Brooke from The Bluestocking Guide said...

These sound good! Happy reading!!

Here is mine

Bonnie said...

I love that picture for It's Monday!I've heard of Summer of My German Soldier and will have to look for your review. The Writing Class sounds like an interesting title as well.

Jennifer said...

I hope you enjoy your books this week, especially Out of Africa. Have a wonderful week.
My Monday: http://www.rundpinne.com/2011/06/its-monday-what-are-you-reading-45.html

Cinnamon owl said...

Out of Africa has been a book I have wanted to read for a long time. I should get to it. I am looking forward to your review!


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Karen said...

I started reading Shogun about 4 or 5 years ago. I got about half way through and for some strange reason I didn't pick it up again. I did enjoy it but I would have to start from the beginning again. Hope you are having better luck than I did (I'm sure I will get back to it).

Cozy in Texas said...

I stopped by your blog today.
Ann

Anne Bennett said...

I read The Summer of My German Soldier last summer. I had to take my car to the dealer for some work and I sat in the waiting room of the dealership reading it and weeping. It is so good. I wish that it was read more by teens today. It is certainly a book that begs to be discussed.

Carin Siegfried said...

@Karen, how could you quit halfway through? I would think about quitting if it weren't for the hours and effort I'd put in so far! No quitting for me. Not, at least, after more than 700 pages!