14 July 2013

Reading next #26




A new reading pile is waiting for me and it's one I'm especially excited about. There is a very nice mix of books from different genres on the pile and I have been excited to read some of the books for weeks now, so I'm starting with this #26 reading pile with a very good and hopeful feeling.

The books on my #26 reading pile are

Feuer der Götter - Stefanie Simon (German book)
The white forest - Adam McOmber
One good Earl deserves a lover - Sarah MacLean
Spirit and Dust (UK version) - Rosemary Clement-Moore
Sweet Peril - Wendy Higgins
Warm Bodies - Isaac Marion
Swallows and Amazons - Arthur Ransome
My invisible boyfriend - Susie Day
Fire Spell - Laura Amy Schlitz

What are you reading now & next?

15 comments:

  1. I always love these posts. I think next year I am going to forgo challenges and just do something like this - so I can read all the books I want to. :)

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    1. For me this way of reading works perfectly and I think it might also be a great choice for you.

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  2. "Spirit and Dust" by Rosemary Clement-Moore sounds like a nice book! :) Tell me, how you find it, when you read it! I'm also love storys which are a little bit darker, but I think the idea from this books isn't so new... hope you will enjoy it! :)

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    1. I will let you know if I like it or not. I can definitely recommend the other books by the author, both "Splendor Falls" and "Texas Gothic" are good books.

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    2. Thanks! I will check out the books :)

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  3. I like Sarah MacLean's books. Hope you love it and all of your new books!

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    1. Me too, so far only one of her books didn't work for me, so I'm very hopeful that this new one will be a hit.

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  4. I do look forward to your thoughts on the Sarah MacLean book. I have that one on my shelves as well.

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    1. I guess many fans of historical romances will have the book at home, her other books were quiet good, so I'm hoping for the best.

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  5. Looks great! Is the German book any good as I am ever on the look out for new ways to improve my language (I am learning German)? I would love to hear how you found it once you have read it!
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    1. So far I've only read a few pages, but I will let you know if it's a good book or not.

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  6. Hope you enjoy Swallows and Amazons much more than I did. I found it really dull unfortunately.

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    1. I will be reading it next, hope that I will enjoy it.

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  7. You know, I have a lot of Sarah MacLean books and haven't read one of them. I'll be anxious to see what you think of them.

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    1. I can already tell you that the book was ok for me, but not as good as some other books I have read by MacLean. I loved the first chapter but then lost a bit of interest in what was going on.

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