Monday, April 4, 2011

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading, is where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week. It is a great way to network with other bloggers, see some wonderful blogs, and put new titles on your reading list.

The Storyteller
The Storytelle - Sharon Tillotson Hmm... this one is hard. I am reading it for a rewview and found the first 150 pages really hard to get into. Its getting a bit better but its still a little slow going. I really hope to finish it soon.

Bearing Witness: Childbirth Stories Told by Doulas (Fox Women's Books)
Bearing Witness: Chilbirth Stories Told by Doulas - Lisa Doran and Lisa Caron I have been looking forward to this book for a while but have been on a waiting list from my library.

The Union Quilters: An Elm Creek Quilts Novel
The Union Quilters - Jennifer Chiaverini I hope to start this book this week, I haven't read Jennifer Chiaverini for a while but always enjoy her books. Quilting and Historical Fiction together - how could I go wrong!

Reviews finished this week

Left Neglected


  1. I've heard great things about the Jennifer Chiaverini books - I really need to pick one up one of these days.

    Have a great week and thanks for stopping by my blog!

  2. Your books look wonderful - The Union Quilters really catches my eye ;)

  3. @Kristin

    Kristen, I am sure everything you have heard is true! I was looking through my reading logs and I read a lot of the Elm Creek Quilts novels in 2008 and just loved them. I'm really looking forward to the Union Quilters.

    One of my favourite Chiaverini books is the Sugar Camp Quilt, it is about the Underground Railroad and a really great read! Happy Monday!

  4. @Sheila (Bookjourney)

    Thanks for visiting Sheila! I was really excited when I saw that this book had come out, I particularly love Chiaverini's historical fictions.

  5. Ah, this is a new Quilters book? I read one that I really enjoyed. I'll look out for this one.

    Happy reading!

  6. @leeswammes

    Yes, it should be a good one. From what I gather of the reviews it is a bit more of a historical fiction than purely a book about quilting (which is fine by me, I love historical fiction).

    I hope to have a review up next week.

  7. Spring Break's over. I mostly read books for my project. Come see what I finished.


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