Monday, February 7, 2011

It's Monday! What are you reading?

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey, who says it's "where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week.  It is a great way to network with other bloggers, see some wonderful blogs, and put new titles on your reading list."

This is the first time I've joined the fun, and I like the way Helen of Helen's Book Blog lists her books in three categories.

Books read last week
  • My Name Is Memory ~ by Ann Brashares, 2010, fiction, 8/10 
  • Noah's Compass ~ by Anne Tyler, 2009, fiction, 7/10 
  • True to Form ~ by Elizabeth Berg, 2002, fiction, 9/10 (teaser, pp. 76-77) 
  • Twenty and Ten ~ by Claire Huchet Bishop, 1952, children's, 9/10 
  • The Art of Racing in the Rain ~ by Garth Stein, 2008, fiction, 10/10 
  • City of Light, City of Darkness: A Comic-Book Novel ~ story by Avi, art by Brian Floca, 1993, graphic novel, "nah" 
  • YHWH Is Not a Radio Station in Minneapolis ~ by Craig McNair Wilson, 1983, religion/humor, 8/10 
  • Things Not Seen ~ by Andrew Clements, 2002, YA fiction, 9/10
Books currently reading 
  • The Summer Book ~ by Tove Jansson, 1974, fiction
  • The Year of Pleasures ~ by Elizabeth Berg, 2005, fiction
  • The Last Time I Saw You ~ by Elizabeth Berg, 2010, fiction
Books waiting in the wings
  • Original Sinners: Why Genesis Still Matters ~ by John R. Coats, 2009, religion
  • Genesis: A New Translation of the Classic Bible Stories ~ by Stephen Mitchell, 1996, religion
  • In the Beginning: A New Interpretation of Genesis ~ by Karen Armstrong, 1996, religion


Joy said...

Great list of books--Happy Reading!
Here's my Monday!

Heidi V said...

Great list of books and I love this meme I hope you enjoy making the rounds...Enjoy your week!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Hi Bonnie! It is so fun to see you here! :)

I liked True To Form and hope you did too. The Art Of Racing In The rain was Fabulous and well... you know... sad too.

Thank you for joining in the meme!

Helen's Book Blog said...

So much good reading! Have another wonderful week