Wednesday, May 6, 2009

You Recommend Wednesday - Whatcha' Reading?

Hello again everyone! I hope everyone's day is going better than mine so far. My car is in the shop and I'm waiting to hear how it's going. *sigh*

Now on to happier, more book-related topics. I
figure I'll start out by sharing what I'm reading. I'm actually in the process of reading two YA books right now because I can't ever read just one book. That would just make too much sense.

First of all I'm still reading Ratha's Courage by Clare Bell. I told you I'd be reviewing it, and I'm working on it. Really enjoying it so far,
but it's kind of a thick book, so it will probably be a few days/week yet.

Also reading Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchette for the YAedge Book Club. For more details on that click on my lovely little member badge on the left sidebar.

Now on to you....What are you reading? What do you recommend?


Tami Klockau said...

I'm juggling a few books right now which is really unlike me.

Let's see...
I'm reading Fragile Eternity (the third book of the Wicked Lovely series) by Melissa Marr. I love this series, and also picked this book to read right now because I'm studying 3rd person POV.

I'm also reading Hawaii by James Mitchner. Very much NOT a YA book but it's for's 1104 pages. Which me luck no this one!

Last but not least, I'm re-reading Jellicoe Road. I read it a few months ago and LOVED it by the end. It's such a complex book, I felt like I had to read it again to give the book club discussion justice.

rathacat said...

I just wanted to thank you for including Ratha's Courage in your reading list. I'm glad you are enjoying it. I had fun writing it.
Best wishes,
Clare Bell
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HeatherMarie said...

LOL Tami, I swear I'm always reading several books at once. It's like I've got undiagnosed ADD or something. Yeah I can see where you'd need to read Jellicoe Road again to truly discuss it. :) I'm still chuggin' along piecing little bits together slowly.

Clare - Hey thanks for stopping by. :) And thanks for writing such an interesting series. It's certainly not your average story and I like that.