It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? (17)
‘It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?’ is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. It’s a great post to organise yourself. This meme started with J Kaye’s Blog and then was taken up by Sheila from Book Journey. Sheila then passed it on to Kathryn at the Book Date.
Hello Book Lovers! I hope you all had great reading week. My reading last week was okay. Not good and not bad kind. So here what I read and I’m planning to read this week.
River (A Stranger in the Woods #2) by India R. Adams
Saturday Short-Story Review: The Lost Path by Amélie Fléchais
Reviewed- Kitty Hawk and the Tragedy of the RMS Titanic (Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency #4) by Iain Reading
I started it on Saturday and I’m still reading this. There are 100 pages left in the book so I will post review on 14th or 15th.
Next this week ∼∼
Stepping Out of Time by Renée Paule
Enquiring further into the subject of human conditioning – and beyond – Renée Paule takes us past another milestone on her continuing journey of self-reflection, wherein she looks at and discusses the society created and sustained by us.
As with Renée’s previous books, her unique perspective gives no answers and is self-help in its purist form – sympathetically encouraging you to think for yourself. Have you ever wondered ‘What am I doing here?’ or ‘Who am I?’, if so this book may help you to realise that you’re not alone with these thoughts or in being frustrated by the maze of conflicting information we’re directed towards when we ask questions.
Illustrated throughout (paperback versions only) with the author’s original character ‘Dilly’, topics including ‘The Control Conundrum’, ‘Endurance’ and ‘Know Thyself’ are considered in a non-conventional way that is both refreshing and thought-provoking. Stepping out of Time reaches into where we hide and invites us to tread, if somewhat reluctantly, where we fear to. Ultimately, you may discover that it isn’t answers you are looking for, but yourself.
9 Chocolatey Bites: A Short Story Collection for Children by Ananya V. Ganesh
From growing tails to talking ants, everything is just one big pickle in this fun collection of stories. In a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get next. Every chocolate has its very own surprise and taste, and so does every story in this book.
As wishes come true and uncles go cuckoo; snowy white clouds make everything misty and unclear. The gift of a king, the valour of a girl, the beauty of friendship, a golden drop of happiness – all these would play out in front of your eyes as you flip through the pages. The wrappers of a sweet gift would come undone, once you open this beautiful present… The question is, are you ready to be surprised and savour the different flavours, each one as delightful as the next?
What are you reading this week? How was your last week? Have you read any of these books before or planning to read in future? What do you think about them?? Share your thoughts in the comment-box below.
Mikaela @ The Well-Thumbed Reader
Ah, I’m finally getting back into the swing of reading after not doing so for a week because I was sick! I really missed it! I’m hoping to finish Flawed by Cecilia Ahern and Need by Joelle Charbonneau soon enough. 😄
Books Teacup and Reviews
I hope you are feeling better now. Flawed is so interesting and I like dystopian novels. It is on my wish list since Perfect was released. only God knows when I’ll buy and read it. 😀 I would love to read your thoughts on it. 🙂
I really want to start reading the Kitty Hawk stories! Right now I’m reading a cozy mystery ` Kneaded to Death by Winnie Archer. 🙂
Books Teacup and Reviews
It is very much informative, a mix of adventurous and cozy mystery. If you love to travel then I’m sure you’ll like it. I hope you enjoy Kneaded to Death, it sounds interesting. 🙂