Monday, April 25, 2011

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

It's Monday! What are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey.  It's such a fantastic way to get that TBR pile organized and take a look at what you read last week, what you are currently reading, and what you need to do in the following week.

My computer crashed last night.  Just went 'caphooey'!  That's the closest word I can think of for what it did.  All I could think of was the reams of information I haven't saved the last few weeks, thinking I was fne.  Knowing a lot about software, but little about my hard drive, I had to run it out and have someone assure reassure me he could at least save the info if it wasn't worth fixing.  The last thing I need right now is to go computer shopping.  Have I mentioned I hate shopping?  And the ebooks I have on that computer?  I hope he can save those files!!! Some of them I haven't yet transferred to my ereader and are not protected.  Just thinking about it makes me sick to my stomach.

I had reports due last week, so my reading wasn't that great.  I hope to remedy that this week.

Books I Read Last Week:
The Restorer by Amanda Stevens

Books I am Currently Reading:
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield (Audiobook)
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss (Audiobook)
Steel by Carrie Vaughn
Redemption by Laurel Dewey
Death Echo by Elizabeth Lowell
Hereafter by Tara Hudson

Books Needing to be Read:
Unearthly by Cynthia Hand
The Second Duchess by Elizabeth Loupas
Hellforged by Nancy Holzner
Purgatory Chasm by Steve Ulfelder

How was your reading week everyone?


  1. Excellent line-up, enjoy. Have a wonderful week. My Monday:

  2. Computer problems are the worst. Great reading week.

  3. Read some of your books to try to forget about computer woes! Good luck.

  4. Hope your computer problems are solved soon.

    Enjoy your books


  5. Oh, no - computer problems are the worst!! That happened to me this winter and my laptop was out for a full week - absolute torture! I was able to recover most of my data. I hope you can, too.

    Looks like you have some good books going right now - enjoy them this week!


  6. Hey, you did note the irony, right? Your computer needs to be restored and you read The Restorer. Too funny.