What I’m Reading [50]

It was a pretty awesome week. At the beginning of the week I was a little out of it because I had just had four days off while I was organizing and EdCamp for librarians in Alabama. It was a little weird to go back to reality. I’ve also been working on research for over a month, so it was a little disconcerting to go back to having my own schedule for the library. I’m doing more research work next week, but it won’t be quite as involved. In other news, my guest room/reading room is pretty much done. Look at my amazing Jane Eyre litograph.

New Books

Lots of of new stuff this week thanks to the library book sale.


Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld
A friend of mine recommended this one to me a while back and I’m all about some reimaginings of Pride and Prejudice.

God Help the Child by Toni Morrison
A Toni Morrison novel I was missing.

Paradise by Toni Morrison
Another Toni Morrison book I was missing.


Missoula by John Krakauer
I’ve actually read this book before but I decided I wanted to own it so I grabbed this.

Bird Box by Josh Malerman
I’ve heard great things about this book and I’ve been meaning to read it for a while, so maybe now I will get to it a little sooner.

Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison
Because it’s Louise Rennison and Georgia is awesome.


Text from Jane Eyre by Mallory Ortberg
This sounds like fun!

Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife by Linda Berdoli
I’ve been meaning to read Linda Berdoli’s Pride and Prejudice sequels for a while.

Darcy & Elizabeth by Linda Berdoli
Another of her Pride and Prejudice sequels.

What I Read

I didn’t finish anything this week because it was a little busy and I just wasn’t back on my reading game. I got my groove back a little yesterday, though. Maybe I’ll do better this week as a whole.

What I’m Reading


Hate to Want You by Alisha Rai
I was struggling with this one until today. Romances are generally my bedtime read and I had a really hard time getting into this one.

Saints and Misfits by S.K. Ali
I’m not sure how this one got past me last year, but I’m going to fix that by reading for a presentation.

What’s Next


The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo
I’ve heard such great things about this one!

Noteworthy by Riley Redgate
This is one I’m reading for a presentation.

On the Blog

Last Week

This Week

  • [6 Mar] Top Ten Tuesday: Quotes I Love
  • [8 Mar] Quotes of the Week [5]

There are no plans other than those two posts, but I might get around to a couple of other posts.

Happy reading!

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