What Is Everyone Reading Right Now?

I’m an equal opportunity writer/reader and when I’m having a week where I feel like crap (I know, it’s only Monday! I’m sick and having problems with my laptop, so until the laptop is fixed by my resident Tech Maestro, I have a feeling I’ll be doing some serious reading.) I like to go through my Kindle book list and see what’s recently downloaded that I haven’t read.

My last two books were Drinking & Tweeting by Brandi Glanville (Don’t judge me, read my review. I have found similarly positive reviews for this book on Goodreads, where I am a member and a Librarian. I strongly suggest joining and friending me there if you’re a big reader and follow my blog.) and Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead. Since then I have re-read a couple of old faves, am working my way through a Meditation book, and am now reading Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia.

I have no idea what it is exactly that I want to read right now, but something inspiring would be nice. If you’re reading something particularly good at the moment, drop me a line here or on Goodreads and let me know what it is. You can find me on Goodreads by clicking the link on my blog or by going to http://www.goodreads.com/triplegoddessmatriarch

Hope you’re all having a Monday that doesn’t involve copious amounts of hot tea and tissues.

8 thoughts on “What Is Everyone Reading Right Now?

  1. Just finished Anna and the French Kiss, which was just like the title sounds: teeny bopper love story. And I just started reading The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling and must bow down to her story telling mastery. Good luck finding a good read and hope you feel better soon!

    • Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a message.

      I’m kind of sick of the teeny bopper love stories, but it’s hard to avoid them since they’re everywhere. I read some of them and remind myself I’m too old for them. LOL.

      I’m still trying to get through The Casual Vacancy. It didn’t pull me right in, so it’ll take me a while to get through it. I agree that she’s an amazing storyteller, so gifted.

      I’m all over the place with what I read, and I’ve always got about 20 that I’m reading at a time, that way I can move around when I start to lose my focus. I’m looking forward to a lot of books that will be released in the coming months.

      Thank you for the get well wishes. I should be all right after a trip to the ER to make sure I don’t have pneumonia. Doctors keep telling me its my allergies, but I am highly doubting their intelligence levels at the moment.

      • Oh man, pneumonia, no fun! I recently had the flu and it was awful. Couldn’t even get any reading done. I hear you on having lots of books going at the same time. Hope you find the perfect fit soon. I love finding books that I instantly fall in love with. My last fling was with JUST KIDS by Patti Smith.

  2. I’ve always had a tough time reading some classic literature. Probably due to my self diagnosed ADD. But recently I stumbled upon the answer, read my kindle book along with the audible. This combo has opened up a whole new world of books for me. Right now I’m reading (and listening to) “Light In August”, William Faulkner. The depth he goes into with each character and location, I feel like I’m standing there watching. Not sure if you’ve read it yet but that’s my suggestion. 🙂

  3. At the moment im reading my way through Abbi Glines books i have really been enjoying getting lost in teenage heart break and romance and just the innocence of love 🙂

    I loved Richelle Meads Indigo spell Syd and Adrian are great

    • Oh.My.God!! LOL. I’m going to look it up on my Kindle right now. You haven’t recommended a book to me in about two years, and I shot you down when you did because I knew I wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot pole.

      Actually, this is by W.J. Davies and it’s a short story, part of a series. I’ve never heard of it until you mentioned it.

  4. I am reading Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill. Barely into the book and I LOVE IT and can’t wait for moments when I can get lost in it for an hour or so during the day. It’s a modern ghost story. ❤

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