Tuesday, August 26, 2008

They're Taking Over My Nightstand

To be quite honest, I've gotten a little book-happy lately. Part of it may be that I'm saving up for a new camera, so I've been staying busy by reading more therefore to curb my shopping cravings. I tend to get the same kind of spending buzz by just going to the library to return my books and then walking out with 3 or 4 more...free. The library is a beautiful thing my friends.

I've decided this month to participate in What's On Your Nightstand by 5minutesforbooks.
So here goes:

I'm currently reading Sister's Choice by Emilie Richards. I came across it at the library and so far after reading the first 40 pages, I'm really enjoying it! I think its gonna be a good one even though its a bit hefty, but I'm excited to finish it.
The other book I'm reading right now is Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. I downloaded the PDF version at work and read it when things start to get slow. So far I'm getting flashbacks of Pride & Prejudice, which if you'll remember wasn't one of my favorites. Hmmm....but I'll press on!
Through the month of August, I read the below books:

Then the books I've managed to accumulate on my nightstand either through the library, Bookmooch, bought on sale at B&N or receiving as advanced reading copies - I'm hoping to tackle the majority of these through the month of September:

My goal this year was to read 20 books...ahem. I read 8 in August alone. Ok, so I misjudged myself. I've never set a reading goal before and by next year, I'll have a much better idea of how to challenge myself!


Anonymous said...

Have you ever heard of Paperbackswap.com? A free book-swapping site. I love it! I think you might enjoy it. If you join, I am EmilyinLA over there.

Shandy said...

What a great group of books! I love to read but always seem to have things get in the way. . .like cooking =D. Thank you for your wonderful comment on my eclairs. =D Now if we could just swap one of your books for a plate of the eclairs

Anonymous said...

Your nightstand is full of some great reads.

I haven't read Wuthering Heights yet, either, and did get a copy from bookmooch. You say it's like P&P? I liked that one.

The Tome Traveller said...

I just finished The Lost Diary of Don Juan and put the review up on my blog. I enjoyed it, it was a fun book. Let me know what you think!