This week I finished one book on my NOOK, two books from my TBR list, a Cybils book, the school book club choice, and a new Patricia Briggs book to make me happy after all the rereading last week. My kids and I are frittering away our evening reading times watching Crashcourse videos on youtube, so no picture books.
I'm showing eleven books on my currently reading list, which means I'm slipping a bit. Although my nonfiction ratio is still poor, I've got some historical fiction in there, which is close.
- Vampire Academy, Richelle Mead. I found it! Maybe I'll get to read some this time.
- The Eyeball Collector, F.E. Higgins. (RML). I like sharing the riddles with my son.
- Northward to the Moon, Polly Horvath (RML). Eccentric family on the road.
- Angelfall, Susan Ee. NOOK. (Cybils) We have met some angels.
- Angels of Darkness. NOOK. Ilona Andrews, Nalini Singh, and Sharon Stone. And Meljean Brooks, whose story I'm reading now.
- Smart But Scattered, Peg Dawson & Richard Guare. How to pinpoint a problem and set up an action plan.
- The Same Stuff as Stars, Katherine Paterson. Adults are untrustworthy.
- The First Men In the Moon, H.G. Wells. Airheaded scientist may have talked too much.
- Honored Enemy, Raymond Feist & William R Forstchen.
- Knight of a Trillion Stars, Dara Joy. Defeated by a hair dryer.
- The Catholic Church in the Modern World, E.E.Y. Hales. Napoleon was not good for the Church.
What will I read next? Misfits come due soon, so I'd better get on that. School of Fear is in my reading bag. I'm falling behind on my book-a-week goal for Reading My Library, so I'd better get cracking on that.
- Cybils: 50/73. Reading another on my NOOK.
- Global Reading Challenge: 11/21. Asian Russia added. South America is looking lonely.
- What's In a Name?: 5/6. Still need a land formation.
- Where Am I Reading?: 14/50. Added South Dakota. Need to review Massachusetts and Georgia books.
- Science Book Challenge: 1.141/3.14159. Nothing new.
- Reading My Library: Looking forward to the Ibbotson and Diane Wynne Jones books.
- Eclectic Challenge: 3/10. Well, 5, but I need to review them.