It’s Monday! What are you reading? 12/02/12

Found this cutie patootie graphic @ Once Upon A Twilight

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey.

Happy Monday my friends! 

Here’s what I’ve been up to this week:

Books Reviewed:

Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussman

The Trajectory of Dreams by Nicole Wolverton

Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness by Susannah Cahalan

Crazy Enough by Storm Large


Lost At Sea by Jon Ronson

The Round House by Louise Erdrich

Love Anthony by Lisa Genova

I tried How To Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran. Nope. It was a DNF for this reader. I’m no prude but it read as if it was meant to be shocking and dirty. It came off crass. I wanted to like it. Ah well!

I may review the above books, or maybe not! I can do what I want, neener neener boo boo!

Currently Reading:


Other Blog Business:

I joined in the Let’s Talk meme again. The question this week was about time management. (Insert snorty laughter here)

Also, I shared some of what I’m feeling, wishing & anticipating.

I hope you had a fab and bookish week…here’s to another!

39 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are you reading? 12/02/12

  1. Love Anthony looks like a good one, and I already had it on my TBR. Which by the way keeps getting longer and longer….. :)I'm about to check out that Let's Talk Meme-not to join-but to learn how to be organized!!!Shannon


  2. The Round House sounds like a book I would love. I will have to check it out.I read How to be a Woman – I really liked it, but you are right, it was very vulgar! I was kind of shocked at first. Lol. And I thought it became kind of boring near the end too, oddly enough.


  3. Still Alice was brilliant so just for that fact, Love Anthony is going on my wish list!Hope you review it LOL if you feel like it of course ;)Have a great week and happy reading 🙂


  4. The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving is on my wish list. I laugh in the face of time management too LOL I am hopelessHave a great reading week!Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out


  5. I'm still thinking on the Moran. Wanted to read it when it was released but the reviews (on blogs at least, am trusting those much more) have made me hesitate. Her column in The Times is often good, but there's an element there that sometimes is a bit much. Same as the other commenters, I'm looking forward to what you thought of The Richest Woman.


  6. I recently read Crazy Enough by Storm Large. That was full of sex, drugs, rock & roll..and more sex. That didn't perturb me in the least because it felt honest and true. The Moran, on the other hand..I don't know. It seemed shocking for the sake of being shocking. It was like she tried to put every dirty word ever printed into one sentence. Blah.


  7. The Richest Woman sounds like a fascinating read. Can I admit that I have never heard of Hetty Green? I feel like reading non-fiction fills in all of these gaps in my knowledge!


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