It’s Monday. What Are You reading?

Happy Monday friends!

Welcome to my first It’s Monday. What are you reading? post. I thought I’d join in on this meme to keep you guys updated with my reading, but I’m also hoping it helps me stay focused on what I’m reading and that it forces me to read, since recently I haven’t been reading much at all.

Want to get involved? Head on over to Kathryn’s blog, it explains it all there!

What I read last week… W&N

The last book I read was Wires and Nerve by Marissa Meyer, but it wasn’t last week. I read this book on July 10th. Yep, that’s right, I haven’t read a thing since then. I can’t decide if I’m in a reading slump or if I’m just spoilt for choice and can’t decide.



Currently Reading… TPOTT

So I finally picked up my first book in forever last week, I’m still reading it, and I’m enjoying it so far. I’m reading The Psychology of Time Travel by Kate Mascarenhas! I received a review copy from the publisher, Head of Zeus, so I’ll definitely have a review for you guys once I’m done!

Up next… TBM

Next I’m going to read The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke, I received an ARC from Simon & Schuster and I can’t wait to dive in!


Let me know what you’re reading this Monday!

Have you read any of these yet? What did you think?



3 thoughts on “It’s Monday. What Are You reading?”

  1. Welcome in to the meme and hope it does help your reading to take off. I felt a bit like that awhile back but now am on track again totally only reading books I really really want to read! I still have another series book of Marissa Meyer to read yet. I want to but just have to get to it.

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