Anyway, I am thinking about reading:
The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street by Helene Hanff - I enjoyed 84, Charing Cross Road, and this is a sequel of sorts. I figured I would read this and then review the two books together. Plus, it is short and my library pile is a bit out of control. You can see the whole big pile on Sunday.
A Tale Dark & Grimm by Adam Gidwitz - I have had this out from the library before, but didn't get a chance to read it. Chris just reviewed it, though, and now I am curious!
Prince of Thorns: Book One of the Broken Empire by Mark Lawrence - I bought books for myself for my birthday. I was a bit early because I wanted to buy a copy of The Lantern and the read-along starts on my birthday. So, I figured since I was doing that anyway, I would just buy a few other things to go with it... And, well, so what if it is early? I will post a complete list when they all arrive in the mail, but in the meantime I really want to read this. (I heard about this book from this review.)
Fly by Night by Frances Hardinge - Ana (Nymeth) wrote a really good review of this book. She said it was sort of like Inkheart, but she actually liked it. Considering I am another person that wasn't a huge fan of that famous book, she has my attention! Imagine my delight when I received books from Harper Collins Canada and this was one of them!
The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong - This will finish a trilogy. While I don't enjoy this series quite as much as her adult series, it is still rather good.
The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins - Since my reading of Jonathan Strange isn't going very well, I decided to just start this book. I was just in the midst of it, turned the page, and the battery on my e-reader died! So, I am updating my blog instead...
Short Story Goodness:
Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman - I am still ahead for this one, but continue to enjoy it. So far there hasn't been a story that I hated, but there are some that are better than others...
The Poison Eaters: And Other Stories by Holly Black - I actually think I will finish this over the weekend. It isn't very long and I have been enjoying the stories so far.
Jane Austen Made Me Do It edited by Laurel Ann Nattress - We are going to be doing a feature on Historical Tapestry for when this book releases in October. I am just reading a story a day until I am done. I am actually enjoying it so far, but I think I would benefit from having read all of Jane Austen's books instead of just Pride & Prejudice.
The Beggar's Garden by Michael Christie - This is long-listed for the Giller. I haven't started it yet, but since I know the books for the Giller are popular at the library, I need to get cracking.
(Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman could go here, too...)
The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien - I just have to finish my post for tomorrow and then I just have 7 chapters left to finish this book. I am so happy to have managed to reread it! I say every year that I am going to and then never do. Hopefully I will be able to read the sequels.
Storm Front by Jim Butcher - I read the first 9 chapters, but I haven't had a chance to write up my post for Monday yet. I will continue on once I get a chance to write it up, though. I am actually hoping to get most of my posts for next week written up this weekend.
Now, I have not actually started many of those books, so it is hard to say what I will actually read. They are just in my immediate pile.
How about you? What are you planning to read this coming week? Since it is Book Blogger Appreciation Week and you have been visiting lots of great blogs, are there any new-to-you bloggers that I should check out?
I want to thank everyone for visiting my blog this week! Next week I will get organized and likely add a bunch of new blogs to my Google Reader. I look forward to it!