Oct 17, 2011

It's Monday: What Are You Reading?


Join Book Journey for a weekly look at what others are reading this week. Then sign up on her linky to list your reads. Here's what's on my list:

The House of the Wind by Tatiana Hardie, Headline Review

Breakthrough: the 5 Living Principles to Defeat Stress, Look Great, & Find Total Well-Being by Shea Vaughn, Health Communications, Inc.
The Night Eternal by Guillermo del Toro, William Morrow.
The Alphabet of Vietnam by Jonathan Chamberlain, LibraryThing
The Labyrinth of Terror by Richard P. Wenzel, Brandyland Publishers

What books do you have on your list this week?

13 comments:

  1. great looking books!!
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  2. I cannot wait to crack open The Night Eternal! I am saving that for Dewey's, although I keep looking at it and drooling a bit!

    Happy Reading!

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  3. Oh, I like the cover on The House of the Wind.

    Hope you enjoy your reads!

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  4. Most of these are new to me. Thanks for sharing (more to add to my tbr list!) and for stopping by my blog :)

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  5. The House of Wind looks like something I would enjoy.

    Happy reading!

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  6. Haven't heard of any of these before. New books to investigate -- I love that!

    Happy reading this week!

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  7. I'm liking the sound of the House of the Wind and The Alphabet of Vietnam

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  8. I received The Night Eternal too. I have no plans on reading it at all because it's like #2 in a series or something!!! Enjoy your reads.

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  9. Ooh, I can't wait to dig into The Night Eternal. The last book left it on too much of a cliffhanger to want to wait! At least it comes out tomorrow. Enjoy your reading!

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  10. Great books! Have an excellent reading week.

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  11. These are all new to me, and even though I'm drawn to the content of the book about well-being I'm feeling an distinct desire to make fun of the cover - and I'm not normally that way.

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  12. I'm curious about The House of the Wind. I'm still reading Goddess of Vengeance by Jackie Collins. It's good, I just don't feel much like reading.

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  13. That's quite a variety. Enjoy!

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