Wednesday, August 27, 2008

What's on Your Nightstand? - August


What's On Your Nightstand? is a monthly carnival hosted by 5 Minutes for Books. It consists in sharing with your readers what books you plan to read in that month, that is what books you have on your nightstand/shelf/TBR pile.

I am going to keep this simple this month and list only what is on my nightstand. If I go to my bookshelves or TBR pile, this post would be WAY too long!!

Here is what is on my nightstand:

The First Daughter by Eric Van Lustbader - ARC that I received to review that is not grabbing me, but sticking it through to get it done.

The Wednesday Sisters by Meg Waite Clayton - Personal book, that I waited anxiously to read, but am drawing it out..not sure why? Reading it slow because I don't want it to end? or not as good or grabbing me as I hoped..will let you know soon!

Immortals: Redemming by Jennifer Ashley - Trying to read this first book of the new series that came out yesterday, before reading the next new one that I got an ARC for Immortals: The Crossing that needs to be done and reviewed by Sept. 1!!

*There are also a couple nonfiction type books that I am not going to list due to they get read whenever I need a break from everything else!! AND so many other ARCS to catch up on!!

As you can see, I do like to mix up the different genres. It's fun to jump around!!

4 comments:

Tricia said...

I just started Wednesday Sisters too. It does move a little slower than I thought (and I'm having trouble keeping the 5 of them straight) but I am enjoying it so far. Can't wait to see what you think.

Jennifer, Snapshot said...

I've been wanting to read Wed. Sisters. I love your description about why you might be drawing it out.

bermudaonion said...

That looks like a good list. I bought The Wednesday Sisters yesterday, but I'm not sure when I'll get to it.

Jyl at Mommy Gossip said...

I haven't read any of these books. Let us know what you think of Wed. Sisters. After I am done reading everything Kingsolver, I may try it out.

My recent read was The Poinsonwood Bible--not a recently published book, but a true find for me. I commented on it on my blog. It is now a few posts down, but archived under the title: "What's on Your Nightstand."