It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #47

It’s Monday! What are you Reading? is a meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journeys. It is a great way to recap what you read and/or reviewed the previous week and to plan out your reading and reviews for the upcoming week. It’s also a great chance to see what others are reading right now…who knows, you might discover that next “must read” book!

Reviews Posted Last Week:
Thoroughbreds And Trailer Trash by Bev Petterson
Razor’s Edge by Martha Wells

What I Read Last Week:

I managed to read through Thoroughbreds and Trailer Trash last week. While this book didn’t amaze me, it did open up another author for me and I do plan on reading another one of Bev Petterson’s books soon to see how it compares to this one. To see my review of this book click on the link above.

The next book I picked up was The Black Fortress which was a prequel short story to the The Death Wizard Chronicles. It did not sell me on the series but I may still check out the first full book at some point just to see if it’s better than the short story prequel. I will be posting a review of this short story later in the week.

Last night I finished up Christmas At Cardwell Ranch. This is the fourth book in the series and I enjoyed it quite a bit. It had a lot of the elements that I enjoyed from the previous books and helped to remind me why I enjoy books by B.J. Daniels. I’ll be posting my review a bit closer to the release date of October 22.

What I Plan To Read This Week:

I started Horses and Heroin on the weekend but didn’t get a chance to finish it. My initial reading goal this week will be to finish this book. So far it’s not better or worse than Thoroughbreds And Trailer Trash, but sadly I also don’t see it being better by the end at this point. However I will reserve my full judgement for when I finish the entire novel.

What have you read recently? Were they as good as you had hoped or just alright? What books do you plan to read this week?

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