Monday, November 16, 2009

November - What are you reading Mondays?

November is marked by half! This month has flown by. I've not turned too many pages this month, too distracted - holidays, children that demand to be fed, other pursuits, future hand modeling career, you know, basic stuff.

But I did manage to finish this last week -

A classic horror -
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

A brilliantly etched, gripping novel -
Something Wicked This Way Comes - by Ray Bradbury

And a current cult hit -
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - by Stieg Larsson

These were some entertaining reads. I feel thoroughly philosophised! But on to new ventures!

I just started a book mailed to me by the author that I'm really looking forward to -
Intimations of Austen by Jane Greensmith

And continuing on my young adult kick -
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
Witchchild by Celia Rees
But what are you reading this month?
Be sure to check out others at J Kaye's book blog!


Jennifer said...

Great lists! I have not read Ray Bradbury in decades! I have Stieg Larsson's series and I am hoping to get to them over Christmas break.
My Monday:

Ruth Schaller said...

You got some oldies in there! Love it! Happy reading this week! :D

Nina said...

Well you had a great week so far! Have fun reading the other books on your list.


Anonymous said...

You have some spooky ones listed!

jlshall said...

Interesting list. Frankenstein and Something Wicked are two of my favorites - I love just about anything by Bradbury. Have a great week with your reading! (And with the hand modeling.)

Lula O said...

Jennifer - I'm looking forward to the rest in his series. This first one was pretty good. You have a great list too!

Ruth - Yes, they are old aren't they. Big classic reader here. Fun to revisit.

Nina - No Austen's in this bunch. Next week though! I have high hopes for that Greensmith book. Thanks for commenting!

Hey JKaye! Thanks for stopping by! I was a little late with the Halloween reads, chosing to extend it to all through Fall instead? Hmmm..

Jlshall - Loving Bradbury so far. Read his most famous in high school, but would like to revisit again. He had such a way with setting a mood and dialogue especially. Loved that spooky book. Same to you!