Whatcha Reading?

(a friend sent this to me last week – I thought it was fitting)

I’m going to be lazy today – but I DO actually want to know the answer to this question…

What are you reading RIGHT NOW (even if you’re embarrassed about it, even if it’s not good)?

39 thoughts on “Whatcha Reading?

  1. Diving Belles by Lucy Wood and my O magazine ( I finally got my copy in the post). Although I’m tempted to stop reading Diving Belles and pick up my copy of The Age of Miracles. Hmmm.

    • I’m reading The Age of Miracles slowly (along with other things). It’s very interesting. Doesn’t pull me keep me keep turning pages, but I’m interested in the concept.

    • I have that one on my pile waiting to be read. I can’t decide if it will be super strange, depressing, or what. But fun is good! Now I’m more tempted to pick it up.

      • It’s maybe a bit strange and slightly depressing, but the writing is really lively and vibrant, and I am loving every inch of it! Definitely pick it up :)

  2. RIGHT NOW I am reading blogs. Heh.

    After I clear out Google Reader, though, I will be reading Dancing Girls, a book of short stories written by Margaret Atwood.

  3. Love the cartoon. I’m reading “The Three Coffins” by John Dickson Carr. It’s supposed to be the greatest of locked-room mysteries. We’ll see.

  4. I’m working on The Count of Monte-Cristo~ I wasn’t sure how I felt about it at first, but the pace is picking up and I’m really enjoying it.

  5. A Partial History of Lost Causes. It alternates between two narrators, one I love and one I find soooo tedious. I keep thinking of stopping but then it alternates back to the character I care about!

  6. Currently re-reading Brian Lumley’s amazing Necroscope series. Telepathic mind-wars between vampires and humans set in the midst of the cold-war. Why these books were never filmed is beyond me – like an R-rated Harry Potter.

    Mainly because my wife has stolen the Kindle. I leant it to her to read the Hunger Games series, and now she won’t give it back – she’s currently reading the Fire And Ice series – a great crime saga set in Iceland if you don’t know it.

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