What are you reading at the moment?

Hey everyone,

What are you reading at the moment?

I’m currently making my way through Fake by Beck Nicholas.

And next up, I think I might start A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas. It isn’t released until May but Bloomsbury sent me an ARC copy and I’m dying to sink into it!

What are you reading?

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14 Responses to What are you reading at the moment?

  1. Heather says:

    About 14 books simultaneously, but really enjoying “Life After Life” by Kate Atkinson 🙂

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  2. Susan says:

    I’m reading the Harry Potter novels for the first time! I’m about 1/4 through the third book. I recently put The Night Circus on hold to start the Potter books.

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  3. Call Me Pomeroy by a friend of mine, James Hanna. Actually, I finished it, but I am going to a writer’s club to read a little of it at our open mic, with James’s blessing (he moved out of state). Pomeroy is an anti-hero, a narcissist, thinks every woman in the world wants him, and he does name in various ways the part of him that he thinks they want. The book is very R-rated, and a hoot.

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  4. Slowly making my way through “Prometheus Unbound” by Aeschylus.

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  5. Paul J Gies says:

    “Light Fantastic” by Pratchett. And rereading and rewriting.

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  6. Currently I’m reading Orangutan Odyssey, by Birute Galdikas. It’s mostly a photo book of orangutans in Borneo, but it has some interesting tidbits about orangs, as well. They’re my favorite animal, so I’m definitely enjoying it. I just wish it had more photos of flanged males…

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  7. Mark Brown says:

    I’m reading The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker. Most posts here seem to be fiction, so as a pretty dense non-fiction on business it might not be everyone’s cup of tea. But I’m finding the lessons of time management really useful so far (great for writers as well as executives). My most recent post (Keeping Track of Time) is about what I’ve gotten out of the chapter on time management so far, click the link below to check it out.

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  8. Marie says:

    I have started reading the novel Eva by Ersi Sotiropoulos. A descent into the depths of the actual Greek tragedy in Athens, one night before Xmas. The deliquescence of a country whose economic crisis is just appalling and nightmarish.
    The book written in 2009 has just been translated and published in French last week. I don’t know if the book is available in English. Greek authors have always had a strong relationship with France.

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  9. The Winds of War by Herman Wouk. It’s genius–follows a group of individuals as they make their way, separately and together, through the years leading up to World War II. He weaves an authentic historical fiction. I honestly had some trouble getting immersed at the beginning, but my uncle recommended it so highly that I kept going (and I’m glad).
    If you want a detailed review of the book, Derrick’s Blog (https://derricksblog.wordpress.com/2012/06/30/book-review-the-winds-of-war-and-war-and-remembrance-by-herman-wouk) is excellent. (Warning–there are a couple of spoilers.)

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  10. Abbie Taylor says:

    Last night, I started reading Rose Harbor in Bloom by Debbie Macomber. It’s the second in her new Cedar Cove series, and I can’t wait to read more.

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  11. Len Berry says:

    I’m reading Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie. It’s an interesting read. I’m honestly curious about what’s going to happen, even though the narrative is intentionally vague about the gender of most characters.

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  12. GL Jackson says:

    I’m reading A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James. It’s fantastic.

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  13. Crystal says:

    I’m currently reading Sabotaged by Dani Pettrey and Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella 🙂

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