the Story Siren for hosting this weekly meme.
Please check out other book blogs and find out what readers are...well, reading. :)
Want to participate? Post about books you've bought, checked out from the library, received for review or as a gift, etc. Books don't have to arrive via your mailbox.
Ok, here we go.
From my mailbox:
Violet Midnight by Allie Burke - a paranormal romance. Yesss!!
Silent Love by Susan Shuler DeLong - a deaf teenager tries to fit into a hearing high school. I teach my son Sign, so this is intriguing to me.
Vaclav & Lena by Haley Tanner - I won this on Goodreads, but I think it'll be great.
All About Daisy by O'Dell Hutchinson - an awkward teen who's bullied at school. Quite possibly the story of my life. Then again, maybe not. I'll let you know.
America Pacifica by Anna North - I don't know what it is about dystopian books that are just hook, line and sinker for me.
I'm seriously so excited about every single one of these books that I've started reading most of them. I don't know how I'm going to buckle down and focus on one book at a time. It will be hard, but I know I can do it.
From my email:
Across Eternity by Aris Whittier. The reviews look great. I always love a good romance. *Sigh.*
From the local library:
Fallen by Lauren Kate. I figured it was time I jumped on the bandwagon.
Pegasus by Robin McKinley. I've been on the waiting list forever for this one.
Ultraviolet (Carolrhoda Ya) This one is about a girl who wakes up in a mental institution after having confessed to murdering her classmate...if you count watching her disintegrate a murder. Oooh, intrigued? I am.
Thank You, God, for Daddy by Amy Parker. I think I'm gonna need some tissues...
Thank you, God, for Mommy by Amy Parker. Ditto on the tissues.
In Front of God and Everybody by KD McCrite. Who doesn't love teenagers who are funny and easily embarrassed?!
Tender Loving Care by Jennifer Greene. Romance - check. Adoption - check. Gotta love it.
I haven't counted, but I don't think it's as many as last week. Good thing, too. I'm WAY behind! I'll be going on vacation soon. Does that mean I'll have more or less time to read? I don't know, but I guess we'll find out.
So, your turn. What are YOU reading this week?