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It’s Monday, February 16th. What Are You Reading?

Denver’s unprecedented stretch of nice weather has come to an end. After nearly reaching 70 degrees on Saturday, we now have 6 inches of snow on the ground and it’s still falling. So anything happening today will be happening indoors.  This, of course, includes reading.

After finishing up Get in Trouble last week and The Marauders the week before, I am stuck on writing my full review for the latter. Blogger’s block? I don’t know, but while I work on the I decided to pick up two books that I’ll likely love.

Feb 16 Reading

The first is The Sasquatch Hunter’s Almanac. I love Bigfoot (and all mythical creatures), so I’m pretty certain I will appreciate this one and so far, so good. The second book I picked up is one of my all time favorite – Bag of Bones by Stephen King. I’ve read it before, a few times, but I am currently listening to the audio, which is narrated by the author himself.

What are you reading?

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  • http://www.rivercityreading.com/ Shannon @ River City Reading

    I hope the rest of Sasquatch Hunter ends up working just as well for you! It’s such a fun read…very different from anything else I’ve picked up recently.

  • http://www.therelentlessreader.com/ Jennifer Hartling

    I’m pretty wild about the cover of Sasquatch Hunter. I hope it turns out to be a good one!

  • Irene McKenna

    I really liked Bag of Bones too. I don’t know anything about Sasquatch Hunter, but what a great title!

  • http://www.sarahsbookshelves.com/ Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves)

    I’ve heard good thing about The Sasquatch Hunter’s Almanac…and Sasquatch was my husband’s nickname at work a few years back! Enjoy your snowy reading time!

  • http://www.bookishlyboisterous.blogspot.com/ Christine @ BookishlyB

    I’m rereading Marquez’s Chronicle of Death Foretold for work and just started Alice Munro’s Hateship, Friendship Courtship, Loveship, Marriage (or whatever the heck it’s called).

  • http://silversolara.blogspot.com/ Silver’s Reviews

    From 70 degrees to snow…Ugghhh.

    I write my reviews as I go along so I only have to polish up the review when I am done. :) I hope you get your review done.

    ENJOY this week. I can’t read Stephen King…too scary.

    Thanks for sharing your week.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My It’s Monday, What Are You Reading

  • http://www.estellasrevenge.net Andi

    I’m struggling in the novels department, but I think I finally got hooked on Annihilation by What’s-his-face Vandermeer.

  • http://www.marelden.com mariahelena

    I’m still reading the same books as last week, because I had absolutely no time to read last week.

  • http://girlxoxo.com/ girlxoxo

    I loved Bag of Bones and hope you enjoy it! And gawddd I would LOVE a 70 degree day right about now. It’s single digits all week here in NY.

    Tanya Patrice
    Girlxoxo.com

  • Lindsey Stefan

    I’m jealous of your 70 degrees. It’s been a temperature in the negative for the past few days here in NJ!

    Blogger’s block is definitely a real thing. You just have to make sure you write a review soonish or let it go. Otherwise, you end up trying to figure out what a book was about or what you liked. But maybe that’s just me…:)

  • http://booksspeakvolumes.com/ Leah @ Books Speak Volumes

    I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on The Sasquatch Hunter’s Almanac! It’s so wonderful.

  • Acid Free Pulp

    Enjoy! I’m in a bit of a blogger’s block myself. I just listened to the Bag of Bones audiobook in December during a particularly stressful time. It was a good escape (yet mysterious and deadly).

  • AnnabelSmith

    I’m reading and loving Wolf in White Van. I saw John Darnielle read from and speak about it this weekend at Perth Writers festival and I was instantly sold.

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