Monday #amReading: What is Your Current Read?

The last two weeks have been mad, but can’t give up on books, so I #amreading bravely on.
This week the books on my reading shelf are: The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore by Benjamin Hale and The Finkler Question by Howard Jacobson.

I’ll talk more about them, once they’re done.

In the meanwhile, care to talk about what you’re reading now? E-books appreciated because I’ll be traveling, and will pick up your suggestions if they grab me. Thanks in advance, and happy reading!

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  1. Damyanti

    Thanks for your lovely suggestions…I'm continuing to fill up my Kindle :)…and a big welcome to first-time visitors, am off to visit your blogs!

  2. li

    I usually have 2 going at a time – 1 fiction, 1 nonfiction. This week it's Phillip Roth's American Pastoral and John Tayman's The Colony, about the leper colony on the island of Molokai (which sounds like an odd choice, but it combines my 3 loves: history, science, medicine).
    And congrats on publishing your A to Z collection 🙂

  3. Dean K Miller

    Just finished "The Desert Hedge Murders" by Pat Stoltey. Just started Stephen Kings "Just Ater Sunset" and will pick up "The Ledge" by Jim Davidson and Kevin Vaughan

  4. dianadouglas

    I found Mistress of Mellynn on my Kindle & had to download it. The first time I read it, I was about 12. It's the classic gothic romance. I also just finished Monster in River Oaks. It's based on a true story and though the story is fascinating, it's so poorly written that I can't recommend it.

  5. Guilie

    I'm so eclectic, and I have so much stuff that I should read (King's 'On Writing' for example, and a bunch of FREE e-books I just found on Writer's Digest), that the list is neverending. Right right now, though, I'm reading a book from a fellow tweeter, The Secret of the King (YA, promised I'd review it), and I downloaded some great-sounding titles: One Promise Too Many, by Rick Bylina, The Satanic Verses of Salman Rushdie, and We The Animals by Justin Torres. This last one I'm particularly dying to get into. And, of course, YOURS 🙂

  6. scott g.f.bailey

    The Wind-up Bird Chronicle by Haruku Murakami and The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis. Murakami in the day and Davis at night. Both are pretty fabulous. I'll also be re-reading a Shakespeare play soon, once I decide which one.

  7. Bryce Daniels

    Well, I'm a thriller nut, and not sure if that is a genre you enjoy.

    If you do, and you like discovering new authors, Jennifer Hillier's debut thriller, Creep, was a great read!

    Close to getting settled in a new place, even though it is temporary. LOL. Apartment since we couldn't close on short notice. You still doing the snail mail thing?

  8. Michael Offutt

    I am reading a book called "Destiny Island" by Tim Hanner. It's a horror novel…think rich spoiled college-age kids who are oversexed get trapped on an island in the Caribbean when zombies attack.

  9. Eric W. Trant

    I went old-school and bought a King and a Vonnegut, for inspirations both of them.

    I finished Breakfast for Champions way too quickly. It only lasted a couple of days.

    I'm not trudging through King's second book, 'Salem's Lot. I never read that book because the movie scared the crap out of me.

    Now it's time. I'm old enough to read it, and it's a true learning experience to read a successful author's early pieces. You only catch glimpses of the future King!

    – Eric