Sunday, June 21, 2009

What are you reading on Mondays

This is hosted by J-Kaye. I finish one of many books this week. This was a slow week reading wise. So many things came up plus I entertained my son this week before he starts camp today. So I am hoping to complete a few this week and the rest of the list by Tuesday and have them reviewed by Wednesday so I can start off July refresh since I will be on Vacation the first few weeks in July and don't know how my internet connection will be.

Here is what I completed last week:
Of Bees and Mist by Erick Setiawan

This is what I am reading this week:

1.The Princes in the Tower by Alison Weir (30 of 258)
2. Moll Flanders by Daniel DeFoe (36 of 259)
3. Middlemarch by George Eliot (297 of 890)
4. The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy(172 of 306)
5. Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (via Daily Lit 21 of 96)
6.Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens ( 286 0f 844)

What I hope to start this week:



Tea said...

Hi Shannan,

You're having a great reading week.

Nicole said...

Last week was a slow week fr me as well. I finished up an audiobook and one other boo. You have a great list of classics.

Jenners said...

As a one book at a time reader, I'm totally impressed and tired at what you are reading!!! How can you keep them all straight! And talk about picking some heavy duty books! Whew!

Shannansbooks said...

Yes, they are heavy duty especially MiddleMarch and Little Dorrit that is why the are multi-month reads. I expect to finish Dorian Gray and The Mayor of Casterbridge this week and Moll Flanders by Tuesday. I do sprinkle in some easier reads because it does lead to burn out.

J. Kaye said...

I love seeing other readers who can juggle more than one book!

Mary said...

Hmm, I haven't read any of your titles but I know some are classics. I hope you enjoy them all!

Shona said...

You have so many classics lined up for this week. Mayor of Casterbridge has been my fav Thomas Hardy book. Have a great week filled with wonderful classics

Rebecca :) said...

Lots of good classics for the week. Very cool. Enjoy!

Shannansbooks said...

J-Kaye, I always juggle a lot of books lol. I can't help myself. I always rushing at the end of the month to finish my goal.

Yes, Its a total classics week but Little Dorrit and MiddleMarch are multi- monthers, a new work I evented