Monday, September 28, 2009

It's Monday! What are you reading?


What are you reading on Mondays? is a weekly meme hosted by J. Kaye at J. Kaye's book blog. Join the fun and click here to see what others are reading and reviewing this week.



This week I am continuing to savor Diana Gabaldon's Echo in the Bone; I'm taking my time with this one, enjoying not only the plot twists and turns, but anticipating finding some answers to questions that fans have been waiting years to find out!



Also planned for this week is the first book I have selected for the Jean Plaidy challenge, The Lady in the Tower: The Wives of Henry VIII (Anne Boleyn). I'm getting a late start on this challenge, but no pressure here as you simply choose any titles you want in this prolific author's royal historical fiction collection. (I've read most of the gothic romances this author has written under the name Victoria Holt, so I'm looking forward to reading the famous Plaidy royal novels.)



I have also posted my thoughts about the novel, Ransome's Honor by Kaye Dacus for the Everything Austen challenge.

Have a great week and enjoy your books!

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

Your book choices sound wonderful! Happy reading. Mine is here: http://rundpinne.blogspot.com/2009/09/what-are-you-reading-monday_28.html

Lezlie said...

Plaidy is always such fun to read. I hope you enjoy every one you choose!

Lezlie

Marie said...

Sounds like you have two great books picked out -- I always enjoy Gabaldon as well as Plaidy!

Mary said...

Enjoy your reading this week!

J. Kaye said...

Oh wow! Great that you have Diana Gabaldon's latest!

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A Light on the Veranda
Entwined
The Queen's Vow: A Novel Of Isabella Of Castile
The Edwardians
Maisie Dobbs
Howards End
Lady's Maid
Instruments Of Darkness
When Maidens Mourn
Where Shadows Dance
What Remains of Heaven
Where Serpents Sleep
Why Mermaids Sing
When Gods Die
Shadowfever
Before Ever After
The Sugar Queen
Garden Spells
After the Night


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