Apr 2, 2015

What are you reading? {the book chat is back!}

It's for real this time.  The book chat is back!


So, for today's topic, let's just start off easy.  What are you currently reading?  Is it something different, new?  Do you love it?  Or not?

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So, I'm actually reading a few different things right now. And I'm pretty excited about all of them.

1. Bird by Bird - Anne Lamott

This is the book selection for the Write or Die Book Club!  I'm so excited to finally read this book.  I've had it on my TBR shelf for so long, and as a writer, I feel a little bit ashamed that I haven't read it already.

The book chronicles Lamott's journey through writer-hood with tips and advice on writing and surviving the lifestyle.

I'm so excited to finally dig into this, and even better, share thoughts with my WODW buddies.









2. In Search of Yesterday - Romance Series - Amanda Richardson


This is a romance series that comes out in episodes, one every week.  Each episode is about 35 pages and takes about an hour to read.  How cool is that?

I think Amanda Richardson has really tapped into something cool here.  Just like Netflix, I want to binge read every single episode of this series.  The greatest thing about it is that it's fast paced and gratifying.

I've read the first three and now I'm waiting for episode four, which I hear is the last one...but that's can't be true, because.  Because.  Just no.

Oh and the first episode is FREE!




3. Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas


The library called.  They said your book is in.
K thanks bye.

I really loved Throne of Glass, only I wish it had more action. From what I hear, Crown of Midnight delivers.  I cannot wait to dive into this sequel.












So, that is what I'm currently reading.  I'm finally over that awful reading slump that consumed me for almost a year.  It feels so good to be reading and book chatting again!

Have you read any of these books?  What did you think about them?

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If you would like to join in the Book Chat, here are the rules:
1. Please follow the host (me) via Twitter or Bloglovin...links on the left.
2. Write your post and link-it up below.  Please include the book chat button in your post.
3. Check out a couple other links and chat!

Book Chat




Next week's topic: Setting you wish you could live in or travel to (real or fictional)?


5 comments:

Amanda said...

Hey lady! Thanks for the shout out!!! :)

Dorothy said...

The book chat button isn't working...it posts The Tangerine button instead?

jessica said...

Yay! I'm not *currently* reading anything right now. I just finished two books at the end of last month and have been looking for ideas on what to read next.

Also I need to get back into this blogging world.

Hopefully I'll be joining in later this month! This has always been one of my favorite link-ups :)

The Girl who Loved to Write said...

Bird by Bird is SO good! I hope you love it!

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