This Week I am Reading:
Dracula by Bram Stoker - Yes, still. I think this is mainly because in the beginning I was just reading one chapter at a time because on my e-reader these chapters were 20 or 30 pages. Then I would shut down and discover I hadn't really made all that much progress. I think I prefer when a book tells you how many pages you have read out of the whole thing instead of telling you chapter by chapter. I read for 2 hours yesterday and I think it only worked out to be about 10 percent of the book. So, this book is still on-going.
The Return of Captain John Emmett by Elizabeth Speller - With my attempt to finish Dracula and all the read-along reading I am attempting to stay caught up in, I haven't had a chance to read this in a couple days. I am enjoying it, so hopefully I can back to it soon.
A Spell of Winter by Helen Dunmore - I think it was Eva that mentioned this book. It is actually a rather gothic novel, so it counts for the R.I.P. Challenge. I had been making good progress with it, but it also fell to the wayside for read-along books and Dracula.
Dearly, Departed by Lisa Habel - I was browsing NetGalley and this looked interesting. It takes place in the future, so science-fiction, but after the world has been destroyed almost entirely by natural disasters and other events. This makes it Dystopian. Then, there are zombies, so paranormal fantasy. Not to mention the fact that their ideals and mannerisms are Victorian in nature, so almost historical fantasy. So far it is pretty good. I will keep you posted!
Then, there is still the on-going reading of Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman, The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien, and The Lantern by Deborah Lawrenson.
Books I Will Probably Read Soon:
Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand (Only book from last week I haven't got to yet.)
What are your reading plans for the next week?