Monday, May 10, 2010

It's Monday what are you reading? Is a weekly meme hosted by bookjourney!

What I read last week:

What I'm reading this week:
Did the review for Secret Ties and This Lullaby yay for being caught up on my reviews! Reading The Mermaid's Mirror and I'm super excited about it but the only thing that sucks is that it's an e-reader ARC, and I don't have an e-reader so I'm stuck reading it on my PC. Which is a hassle cause I mean, I get distracted too easily on my PC. So for a slight moment I thought I wanted a Kindle, whew, good thing that moment's over! Haha. I might actually really want an e-reader though. Some day. But it won't stop me from buying actual books. I'll never stop buying actual books.

I haven't decided on what else to read. I'm having a hard time finishing Eyes Like Stars. So it's between Wings or Ink Exchange. I was thinking of reading Need or Divine by Mistake but I don't really want to start a new series... I'm really itching to read another Sarah Dessen novel to be honest :) but I do want to catch up with the Wicked Lovely series as well. *sigh so many choices!

Does anyone else ever feel like this? Please don't tell me I'm the only one!

Also!! I'm working on a novel... if I post a piece of it, would you guys be willing to give me honest advice? I'm pretty insecure about my writing but I'd like to know what you guys think!

What are you reading this week?


  1. I am participating in so many reading challenges that I have the next several months of reading already decided and organized into a list on Goodreads! As far as an e-reader, I don't foresee myself buying one. I just have to many actual books on my TBR shelves (notice the plural). If I HAD to, I think the Nook from Barnes & Noble looks pretty cool. And if I were you, I would send my writing to a few trusted bloggers in an e-mail--that way you wouldn't have to post it for everyone to see. Anyway, happy reading!

  2. I agree with Julie on the idea of sending your writing to a few people you trust to give you feedback and support. As far as ereaders, well we all know I have a Kindle but I have also looked at/played with a Nook both are pretty good. There are pros/cons of going either way as far as deciding on a device, so I would say boil it down to what you are looking for it to do. Ping me if you have any questions about the Kindle and I can give you what I have found on them :)

  3. That is so cool Marie! I agree with the two above about sending your work to a selected few. As for the ereader, I was adamant about resisting but got a Kindle for Christmas and I'm now a junkie! I will never ever stop buying actual books though.