Also a little upset that I only finished one book last week:
Murder in the Meadow (DI Hillary Greene #7), by Faith Martin
Haven't reviewed it yet (soon, I hope), but I did get a few reviews posted for books I finished earlier this year:
- Coffin, Scarcely Used, by Colin Watson
- Five Children and It, by E. Nesbit
- Give the Boys a Great Big Hand, by Ed McBain
- Just Kids, by Patti Smith
Looking ahead: This week I'm hoping to finish up a couple of Early Reviewer books from LibraryThing (I'm embarrassingly far off the track over there):
The Cottingley Secret, by Hazel Gaynor
The Girls in the Picture, by Melanie Benjamin
Both of those are print books, and I've gotten very used to doing most of my reading on my iPad. I find I read much faster on an e-reader, but I do occasionally miss the physical experience of reading "real" books. How about you? Are you a dedicated "print purist" or have you gone over to the dark (electronic) side? I like both, but I certainly do enjoy being able to carry a whole library with me on my Kindle or iPad. That's a definite advantage.
It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is now hosted by Kathryn at Book Date. If you want to let the world know what you're going to be reading this week, head on over to her blog and leave your link. It's also a great way to discover new books and new blogs.