What Are You Reading Monday

What Are You Reading Mondays are hosted by J. Kaye’s Book Blog! Her blog is pretty neat, so check it out and participate.

Last Week I Read:

 Lighting Their Fires Raising Extraordinary Children in a Mixed-up, Muddled-up, Shook-up World by Rafe Esquith review here

Shawshank Redemption by Stephen King review here

 Searching for Whitopia An Improbable Journey to the Heart of White America by Rich Benjamin review here

I am currently reading:

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
Heavenly by Jennifer Laurens
The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry (audio)
The First Man In Rome by Colleen McCullough

I plan to read:

Strange Angels by Lili St. Crow
Across The Endless River by Thad Carhart
The Pace by Shelena Shorts

About April (Books&Wine)

April is 28 years old and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. In her free time she can be found reading, working out, or eating junk food. She often wears her sunglasses at night.


  1. gautami tripathy says:

    I plan to re-read Rebecca!

    Mondays: Mused/Amused etc etc

  2. I really liked Shawshank Redemption (although it has been many years) and Rebecca. I am looking forward to reading The Lace Reader. Mine is here: http://rundpinne.blogspot.com/2009/10/what-are-you-reading-monday_12.html

  3. Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow says:

    Wonderful selections!

    Mine are at:


  4. Lilith Saintcrow's book is one I want to read soooo much. Probably won't until next year though!

  5. Juju from Tales of Whimsy says:

    Strange Angels sounds intriguing. Happy reading.

  6. I was curious about Lighting Their Fires — I found your review very helpful! I really like most of McCullough books — appeals to the history major in me 🙂

  7. First Man In Rome was definitely a good read. I've read it a couple of times, but haven't managed to read the others in the series.

    On an unrelated note, I've got an award waiting for you: http://allbookedup-elena.blogspot.com/2009/10/newly-awarded.html

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