Thursday, May 22, 2008

Whatcha Reading?

For the lack of a better post for the day, I thought I'd ask this: What is everyone reading right now?

Me, I'm reading Frenemies by Alexa Young (fabulously signed by the same) and Nothing by Robin Friedman. I'm going back and forth them because I felt like doing something different.

Stay tuned tomorrow for YAWeekly!

20 comments:

ambeen said...

I just finished The Day I Killed James by Catherine Hyde Ryan earlier today (review forthcoming) and will be starting Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty by Jody Gehrman later tonight. :D

A.S. King said...

I'm taking a long time to read The Shape of Water by Anne Spollen because it's so good.

Liviania said...

I'm reading Freddy and Frederika by Mark Helprin.

Beth Fehlbaum, Author said...

I'm on a Sherman Alexie kick right now. I've read The Absolutely True Story of a Part-Time Indian (twice), and now I'm about to start Ten Little Indians. I also have Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson on my nightstand.
[Sigh] I looooooooove books.

Beth Fehlbaum, author
Courage in Patience, a story of hope for those who have endured abuse
http://courageinpatience.blogspot.com
http://www.kunati.com/blog-beth-fehlbaum
Chapter 1 is online!

Breanna said...

I just finished Becoming Chloe by Catherine Ryan Hyde today. It took less than two days for me to read it. Needless to say it was amazing!

Next I'm starting Spells and Sleeping Bags by Sarah Mlynowski.

paperxxflowers said...

hmm... Right now, nothing. But that doesn't mean much. I usually have a different book each day, and today I just happened to be too busy playing catch-up that I didn't bring a book with me. I think next I'll read Suite Scarlett or The Fold.

Book Chic said...

I'm about to post reviews of How to Be Bad by Lauren Myracle, Sarah Mlynowski, and E. Lockhart, and Madapple by Christina Meldrum.

I'm reading Black Pearls: A Faerie Strand by Louise Hawes and Girlwood by Claire Dean.

Alea said...

I'm about halfway through Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen. I managed to grab the last signed copy at my local borders!

Reviewer X said...

Wow some of y'all are reading books I've never even heard of :P Yay on that!

Anyway, back to reading ...

Steph

TinaFerraro said...

I'm reading Oh.My.Gods by the talented Tera Lynn Childs!

Chelsie said...

Chelsie here is reading Bringing Down the House, which is the book that the fabulous movie 21 is based on...

I loved that movie so much I had to read the book... Funny, it's usually the other way around...

-Chelsie-

Khyrinthia said...

I'm reading Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause. I'm not that far in, but I am enjoying it so far.

Ink Mage said...

I just finished The Sky Inside by Clare B. Dunkle last night. Now I'm reading Ann Rinaldi's The Redheaded Princess.

Gabbi said...

I just finished Jennifer Weiner's Certain Girls, Alexa Young's Frenemies and I'm halfway through How to be Bad by E. Lockhart, Lauren Myracle and Sarah Mlynowski.

Kylee said...

I'm reading "Requiem for the Sun" by Elizabeth Haydon and "Murder at the Bad Girl's Bar & Grill" by N.M. Kelby.

Heather♥ said...

When It Happens by Susane Colasanti. And for school Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte and kind of sort of not really reading A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Meredith said...

Currently I am reading Wish You Were Here by Catherine Clark. Next up on the list is... Pretty Face by Mary Hogan.

Caroline said...

For lack of new matierial, I'm rereading Looking For Alaska. I just finished Impulse, a fantabulous novel-in-verse by Ellen Hopkins. (It was wonderful, but sad. I cried. Review to come soon.)
I'm reading Jane Eyre for the same English class that Heather is reading Wuthering Heights for. It's sad, because I liked Heather's book better. Jane Eyre bored me terribly for a while, but now Mr. Rochester has appeared, so I'm liking it a little bit more. :D
-Caroline

Reviewer X said...

Ah so many people reading such a variety of books! I'm now reading Evernight by Claudia Gray. Quite excited about this one--hope it's awesome!

Steph

Maddy Jordan said...

I am also reading Anne Spollen's The Shape of Water, and slowly as well. It's really rich and amazingly good -- my favorite so far in 2008 (I read mostly YA) even though I'm 44. Oh well...

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