I didn't get much reading done this week, what with job interviews and trying to throw together a presentation about Counter-Reformation art in a day. I did finally finish Bound by Your Touch by Meredith Duran on Monday night. It was a very good book that I would definitely recommend to anyone who likes historical romances (review forthcoming). Then I started Kill the Dead by Tanith Lee. I'm reading this book for the Take a Chance Challenge and it was due at the library about two days ago. =/ The guy who is in charge of Interlibrary Loans is going to kill me. Did I mention he used to be my Earth Sciences teacher in high school? Oh, yeah, and he also is a member at the bank my mom works at, and the last time I was late returning a book, he told my mom about it! o.O On the plus side, though, I always get the books order.
I don't know why, but it's been really difficult for me to focus on reading these past two weeks (hence the loooooong time it took to read Bound By Your Touch, even though it was a good book). Maybe the heat is just getting to me and I can't concentrate. Nevertheless, I still acquired my usual pile o' books the past two weeks. I even bought some books (the first time I've bought a book since March--very exciting!).
Here's what I bought:
- Don't Tempt Me by Loretta Chase
- My Wicked Marquess by Gaelen Foley
- Bending the Rules by Susan Andersen
- What Happens in London by Julia Quinn
- Bound by Your Touch by Meredith Duran
- The Salt Roads by Nalo Hopkinson (heard about it at I'm Lost in Books)
- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (recommended by just about everybody)
So hopefully this next week will see me out of the summer doldrums and I'll be able to get some serious reading done. And hopefully I'll finished Kill the Dead soon, because I'm determined to do so before I return it. Even if I risk the wrath of the librarians. :P
What did you read this week?
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