What I’m Reading

Feed, by Mira Grant. Zombies and bloggers, couldn’t put it down!

Android’s Dream, by John Scalzi. I love this book, very funny.

Update 11/25/10: Powering through the Elizabeth George catalog. Even though I’m not writing a mystery, I find her works inspiring my current work in progress. Her characters are so well done, so complete and complicated and well-rounded. Sigh. But reading them always makes me want a cup of PG Tips.

 

UPDATE Dec. 2010:

It’s nearly impossible for me to update the same information in two different places. If you really want to follow what I’m reading, what I have read, what I want to read, please sign up at http://www.goodreads.com and add me as a friend. I’ve found this is an excellent spot for me to keep track of what I’ve read and what I’d like to read. It’s easy to use, and you can see how others have rated books as well. Sometimes I check out the reviews before I read it book–this is where I first discovered I wasn’t the only person who thought Twilight wasn’t particularly well written or a very good model for teenage girls (the target audience). Hope to see some of you over there!

2 responses to “What I’m Reading

  1. Tammy Tebo

    In July I read ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Burrows. Loved it!
    Am now reading ‘The Angels Game’ by Carlos Ruiz Zafon and am liking it very much, a little different read than the norm for me, but so far is keeping me interested.

  2. shelli

    Well, I read that damn tomb you suggested, Under the Dome by Stephen King,
    Heavy reading (literally), but I really enjoyed it and had a good vaca reading it. I think I will have to read it again as I may have missed all the sociological nuances.
    I am now reading some homocidal, psychopathic, book, by an author I cannot remember the name of.
    I read a really neat book by Deboraoh McComber (?) about a knitting group called The Shop On Blossom Street. Very good and also a free knitting pattern that I will try out.

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