Weekly Wrap-Up 06/09/13

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


Our Love Could Light the World by Anne Leigh Parrish

My reading has really slowed down recently. I didn’t finish A SINGLE BOOK THIS WEEK! I can’t remember the last time that happened. Should I regret increasing my Goodreads challenge goal? 

Currently Reading:

A Complicated Marriage by Janice Van Horne

Continuing to read Under the Dome by Stephen King


As usual there are too many books on my plate, but here’s one that I’ll be picking up very soon:

Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger
The author is visiting my local bookstore later this month for a hometown picnic/reading and signing. Doesn’t that sound like fun? We don’t get many author visits in my little one horse town so I’m jazzed up for this event! I’ve heard wonderful things about this novel and I’m looking forward to diving in!

Bookish Business:

I reached (and babbled about) the halfway point in Under the Dome for the Summer Readalong hosted by Natalie of Coffee and a Book Chick.

I can’t help it. Stop judging me!

You can read about my sad little slump here.

I hope you’ve all had a grand week! 

71 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up 06/09/13

  1. Enjoy the event, it sounds good (and original, too). I wouldn't worry about your reading slump, you've read so much without any issues so far I'd say it'll clear up soon enough (thinking that if you were to experience a major reading slump it would've happened already).


  2. I'm in a bit of a reading slump as well! I think it has something to do with spring, I grow restless and can't decide what book I want to read. I have a lot of books lying around with only one or two chapters read.That author picnic sounds really cool!


  3. I've been meaning to read Krueger for years now but somehow it has happened. Look forward to hearing what you think of his latest. Hope the reading slump passes soon. When that's happened to me I either take a reading break for a few days and do physical stuff outside (or day road trips) or turn to re-reading one of my favorites. Deleting my TBR list has helped as well. I've actually been thinking of doing that again because the last time I browsed through it there were a bunch of books that I don't remember why I added them and they actually didn't sound that appealing anymore.


  4. I can see the allure of deleting the TBR list! I'm on a self-imposed library ban. I kept requesting too many books! So I've been compiling a \”To request\” list on Goodreads for when my ban is over 😉 If you bloggers would stop recommending so many great books I'd be thrilled, ha ha.


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