It’s Monady What Are You Reading?

It's Monday What Are You Reading?

These great memes are hosted by One Persons Journey Through a World of Books and Teach Mentor Texts. Each week will share with you the books we are reading, just finished reading and those books we are planning to read this week.

Lisa Finished:

Gold Fire Such a Rush

 Gold Fire by Starr Ambrose

Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols

Currently Reading

 

A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander Series #6) Entice

A Beath of Snow and Ashes by Diana Gabaldon (audio)

Entice by Jessica Shirvington

September is off to a very slow start for me and I am two books behind in my annual reading.  Something has to give but it just isn’t.  Any suggestions for getting out of my funk?

Lisa

  • Myra from GatheringBooks

    Nice YA titles here, most are unfamiliar to me, but thanks for sharing them. Have a great reading week ahead!

    • LMM831

      Thanks for coming by!

  • Megan@ YA? Why Not?

    I am 7 books behind my annual reading, all because of The Game of Thrones series! Those books are huge and take forever to read but I love them. I have my eye on Outlander, but I can only handle one massive series at a time. How about some time travel books to end your slump? Hourglass by Myra McEntire or Ruby Red by Kirsten Geir are quick, fun reads.

    • LMM831

      I might try that. I am just not sure if I can do two time travel at once.

  • Jessica@a GREAT read

    Ooh nice! Seeing Jessica’s book around a lot lately! Enjoy your reads!

    Here’s my Monday Wrapup

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower 🙂

  • Nise’

    I’ve had my eye on Such A Rush. Glad to know you enjoyed it.

    • LMM831

      It was really good. I posted my review today. Be sure to check it out!

  • whatsheread

    These all look good. I really need to get back to the Outlander series. I stalled out on book five, even with listening to them via audio. Enjoy!

  • Mardel

    Try reading a totally different genre – works for me. I usually stick with urban fantasy or SciFi, but sometimes NOTHING is interesting until I try a straight fiction novel, or an older book I’ve read long ago.

    I also only read one novel this past week, but it was the last of a series and I was dragging out the reading, as I love the series. 🙂

    Mardel of Rabid Reader

  • Mariaselke

    I go through slumps, too. Sometimes the genre switch helps, especially if you hit up something shorter.

  • I just went through a slump the week before. I just didn’t push myself to read and got some extra rest. Did wonders I finished 3 books this past week.