This weekend was a busy reading weekend for many people, but I never really got a chance to read at all. It turned out to be a busy weekend, so I am a bit behind on several things. I did finish a few books this week, but I am very close to finishing a couple others. I had big plans to get to them this weekend, but then I was hardly home. I am a little disappointed that it didn't work out. I didn't even get a chance to pay any attention to the readathon!
This week starts a slew of Short Story Monday posts as I review The Best of Charles de Lint for Once Upon a Time V with Carl from Stainless Steel Droppings. I also have a few books I really want to finish! There is Enchanted Glass for a buddy review with Memory and Ana. I have been reading Dreams Underfoot by Charles de Lint for a while and had planned to finish it this weekend, but I still have a few pages left. Then, there is a book about The Lord of the Rings and I am still supposedly reading Troublesome Young Men. I really would like to finish these books before starting anything else. The list of things I really want to start, though, is crazy long!
It was a Once Upon a Time V week. I finished Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce, The Shadow Hunt by Katherine Langrish, and terribly twisted tales edited by Jean Rabe & Martin Greenberg.
79. Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce (Completed April 3, 2011)
80. The Shadow Hunt by Katherine Langrish (Completed April 6, 2011)
81. Terribly Twisted Tales Edited by Jean Rabe & Martin H. Greenberg (Completed April 6, 2011)
Another week of only finishing three books! If this keeps up I will never get anything read...
Review: Wolfsbane by Patricia Briggs
Buddy Review: Plain Kate by Erin Bow
Review: Comic Book Extravaganza
Nothing this week...
Hexwood by Diana Wynne Jones
Grl2grl: short fictions by Julie Anne Peters
Book Lust to Go by Nancy Pearl
The Fox Woman by Kiji Johnson
The Case of the Missing Marquess by Nancy Springer
Nothing this week...
A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness (The cc bought it for me...)
That Boy Red by Rachna Gilmore
The Book of Lies by Mary Horlock
I also received another package but I am going to post the list and pictures separately...
Sunday Book Coveting
See? This is why I have to start reading more than three books a week... I want to read all of these and many more!!