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mandag 20. desember 2010

It's Monday! What are you reading? - nr. 22

This is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila on her blog. You write somewhat the same thing as I've done, and the link your blog to her blogpost. The you can read other blogs and be inspired by books or just the blog.

It's been a busy week, and the only time I really feel I have time for reading is on Saturdays and Sundays. Christmas is coming up, and even though I have to work until the 23rd I hope I have time for some reading. Can you imagine, next week when I write this, Christmas is over!?! I hope you have a good reading week:)

Books I read last week:
- Karen Kingsbury - Even Now
- Karen Kingsbury - Ever After
- Camilla Läckberg - Snøstorm og mandelduft
- Maria Amelie - Ulovlig norsk
- Nicholas Sparks - The Rescue
- C.S. Lewis - The Voyage of Dawn Treader
- J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (audio)

Karen Kingsbury is light reading after all the fantasy books. I've decided to leave Percy Jackson and the vampires and concentrate on them sometime after New Year's. The Läckberg-book is a crimenovel written by a Swedish author, and the next book is a true story about a girl who until recently lived illegally in Norway for 8 years. Nicholas Sparks goes slowly, and I started reading C.S. Lewis today (the movie appears in Norwegian cinemas Christmas Day. I listen to Harry Potter when I do everything else, I even read when I listen:)

Books I finished last week:
- Karen Kingsbury - Even Now
- Karen Kingsbury - Ever After
- Camilla Läckberg - Snøstorm og mandelduft
- Maria Amelie - Ulovlig norsk

Books I read now:
- Nicholas Sparks - The Rescue
- C.S. Lewis - The Voyage of Dawn Treader
- J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Books I plan to read:
Unlike other weeks I am not picking up quite so many books at the library. The main cause for that is that I'm expecting a stack of books in the mail - all Nicholas Sparks'. One of my blogfriends has recently read Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights and didn't quite like it. I'm under the same impression, so we both kind of decided to read Anne Brontë's The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (since we both read Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre). So that's the only book I actually plan on reading, alongside Harry Potter-listening and Sparks and Lewis.

What are you planning to read?

XOXO

6 kommentarer:

  1. That's quite a list! Happy reading :)

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  2. I am hoping to do some HP reading over the winter break and on into January. It has been too long since I read them. Have a wonderful week!

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  3. Wonderful sounding list...I see some I need to read! Have a great week and a wonderful holiday.

    Here's my Monday:

    (click on my name)

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  4. Enjoy the Kingsbury books - I do not believe I have read either one of those.

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  5. I love the CS Lewis books. Hope you enjoy them! My post is up at The Crowded Leaf.

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  6. I love Nicholas Sparks - I collect his!!

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