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What Are You Reading? (June 2015)

Monday, June 1, 2015

Happy First Monday of June, everyone.
It’s Reading Report time!

Open Book by Dave Dugdale

Open Book by Dave Dugdale

Tell us what you’ve finished over the last month, what you’re currently reading, and what’s on your To Be Read stack/list. And if you’ve reviewed the books you’ve read somewhere, please include links!

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  • What book(s) did you finish reading (or listening to) since the last update?
  • What are you currently reading and/or listening to?
  • What’s the next book on your To Be Read stack/list?

  1. Dora Wagner permalink
    Monday, June 1, 2015 8:56 am

    I listened to a total of 14 books in the month of May.
    7 of the 8 books in the Aurora Teagarden Series, by Charlaine Harris (I had to read these, following the Hallmark movie of the second book.) –Great series. These are quick and easy reads. I was for the most part amazed by the culprit in the end.

    4 of the 5 books of the Only in Gooding series, by Cathy Marie Hake. Another re-read for me, as a book group was reading the first in the series. After re-reading the first book, I had to re-read the rest. I love this series and it was great to revisit old friends.

    Deception on Sable Hill, by Shelley Shepherd Gray.–This is a second book in her Chicago’s Worlds Fair series. There is a great mystery surrounding the fair and the “upper crust” women. Well worth the read.

    The Horse and His Boy, by C.S. Lewis. I have challenged myself to read all of the Chronicles of Narnia in 2015. I am not sure why I never read these books before. I am really enjoying it.

    Finally, To Everything a Season, by Lorraine Snelling–This is book 1 in her new series set in Blessing. I always enjoy visiting Blessing.
    My complete reviews are on Goodreads–

    I am currently reading Prince Caspian, by C.S. Lewis and The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest, by Melanie Dickerson. I am really enjoying both.

    Next up is Justified, by Varina Denman, Lady of the English, by Elizabeth Chadwick, the remaining Narnia books.

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  2. Monday, June 1, 2015 1:39 pm

    What book(s) did you finish reading (or listening to) since the last update?
    Sex, Lies, and Online Dating (Writer Friends #1) by Rachel Gibson

    Magic Study (Study #2) by Maria V. Snyder, audiobook read by Gabra Zackman (this is a re-read)

    Redshirts: A Novel with Three Codas by John Scalzi, audiobook read by Wil Wheaton

    Inspector of the Dead (Thomas De Quincey #2) by David Morrell, audiobook read by Matthew Wolf

    What are you currently reading and/or listening to?
    Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton, audiobook read by Scott Brick (re-read in preparation for Jurassic World in a couple of weeks!)

    The Captive (Captive Hearts #1) by Grace Burrowes

    What’s the next book on your To Be Read stack/list?
    Dark Triumph (His Fair Assassin, Book 2) by Robin LaFevers (Hold requested at the library; it will download to my Kindle as soon as it’s available. I love technology!)

    Glamour in Glass (Glamourist Histories, Book 2) by Mary Robinette Kowal (already downloaded to my Kindle)

    Pines (Wayward Pines #1) by Blake Crouch—I’m really enjoying the TV adaptation of this, Wayward Pines, but unlike with Under the Dome which I read before the TV series came on, I think I may wait until I’m much further into the series to start reading the book so one doesn’t ruin the other for me with the deviations from character/story, the way UtD did.


  3. Sylvia M. permalink
    Monday, June 1, 2015 5:09 pm

    Here’s what I read in May 2015. May Books

    I’m currently reading Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver. It’s a cozy mystery in the style of Agatha Christie, but with a married, female, amateur sleuth.

    Next up is Every Bride Needs a Groom by Janice Thompson and Melissa Tagg’s newest novel, From the Start.


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