It's Monday March 24 2014! What are you reading?

It's Monday! What are You Reading! is a weekly hosted by Sheila over at Book Journey. This weekly is meant to keep you people updated on what I read the last week and what I am planning to read the upcoming week.

And another slow reading week. I have been watching Gilmore Girl a lot and finished only one book, Astonish Me by Maggie Shipstead.I liked the book but it is going back and forth in time every so many pages and with a concentration level of 0 I had a hard time getting trough.

Astonish Me, Maggie Shipstead

I am currently reading De zomer van 1927 by Bill Bryson.

De zomer van 1927, Bill Bryson

Next up are I Always Loved You by Robin Oliveira and The Professor by Robert Bailey, which are the same books as last week. But as you can see I totally cheated and picked up a non mentioned book to read so they still need their turn.

I Always Loved You, Robin Oliveira The Professor, Robert Bailey



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24 March, 2014 delete

I'm looking forward to reading Astonish Me in the next couple of weeks. Will you be writing a review? I'm interested in seeing what you think about it. I Always Loved You looks really interesting. Enjoy!

Lisa

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Lindsey
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24 March, 2014 delete

Now you are making me want to go and rewatch Gilmore Girls!
I hope you have a great week and enjoy your books. :)

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Jennine G.
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25 March, 2014 delete

Oh I've been wanting to read Bill Bryson's newest book...the whole Jazz Age era appeals to me. Right now I'm reading The Fifteen Lives of Harry August.

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25 March, 2014 delete

I've never watched Gilmore Girls...believe it or not! One day :D

Hope you're having a wonderful week!

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Mystica
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25 March, 2014 delete

All your books are new to me. They all look good. Enjoy.

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27 March, 2014 delete

My sister is Gilmore Girls obsessed. She has all the DVDs. Even though it's not Monday, I am reading The Bees, which is apparently some sort of dystopian read told from the POV of bees.

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