Sunday, March 29, 2015

What Are You Reading?

I was on the road for seven and a half hours yesterday, so didn't have a chance to finish my book. I'm reading The Island of Dr. Libris, the new juvenile book by Chris Grabenstein. I love his children's books. This one is an adventure about a boy, imagination and reading.


Since I didn't have a chance to finish a book, what are you reading this weekend? Here in the Midwest, it's cold. You might as well get comfortable and read. Let us know what book you're enjoying (or not enjoying).

14 comments:

Christie said...

I, for one, am glad you didn't have time to read (grin). See you soon!

Bill Crider said...

Midnight Crossroad, Charlaine Harris.

Lesa said...

Good trip, Christie. Yes, see you soon.

Lesa said...

I'll be interested to see what you think, Bill. I liked it.

Karen Reittinger said...

After reading the guest blog by Frankie Y. Bailey, I decided to try one of her books. I am reading A Dead Man's Honor. Ms. Bailey tells a great story.

TFJ said...

Just finished Three Graves Full by Jamie Mason. Suspenseful and I'm still not sure what was meant by the last two pages, but guess that's all part of the mystery?!

Page said...

I just finished Mary Burton's Cover Your Eyes and now I'm reading Ian Caldwell's The Fifth Gospel and just received Brian Grazer book A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life.

Kay said...

I'm about halfway through with Jane Casey's THE STRANGER YOU KNOW. I am loving her Maeve Kerrigan series. Loving it. :-)

Margie Bunting said...

I'm in the middle of Ellery Adams' Lemon Pies and Little White Lies, just having finished Catriona McPherson's A Deadly Measure of Brimstone. I finally found As You Wish in the library this weekend, right after you reviewed it, Lesa. There have been so many holds on it that I haven't tried before, but now it's in my clutches!

Mary Barton said...

I'm reading "Murder at Brightwell," a high society mystery set in Brighton, England, in the early '30s. I've been enjoying a string of novels set in the 20s and 30s: loved Emma Jameson's new series opener, "Marriage Can Be Murder," and all the Royal Highness books by Rhys Bowen. Maybe it's the Downton Abbey influence?

Lesa said...

I'm glad you're enjoying Frankie's book, Karen! Oh, dear, TFJ. I'm sorry. I'm not a fan of those books that leave me wondering what just happened. Sounds like a busy reading schedule, Page. I haven't yet read Jane Casey, Kay, but I have some of her books. I'm looking forward to Lemon Pies..., Margie. And, I hope you enjoy As You Wish. It will make you want to watch the movie again. Maybe it is the Downton Abbey influence, Mary. You've found a period of history that you appreciate.

Bill Crider said...

Lesa, I finished Midnight Crossroad and liked it quite a bit.

Lesa said...

Thanks, Bill. I did, too. Just curious.

Judy Stewart said...

I just finished listening to King and Maxwell, by David Baldacci. I listen while I sew. It was a fast action story with excellent readers. I plan to start at the beginning of the King and Maxwell books and read all of them.