Book Journey. It is where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week.
Just when it looked like spring was about to come, we had a massive snowfall this weekend and are back to full winter... I have to go outside and literally dig out my car later. I think this winter has lasted long enough now, I want it to be spring already! I also have a lot to do at work until Easter, so my plans of making March my best reading month yet might be overthrown... But we shall see. I am expecting an order from The Book Depository, and if those books would just hurry up and get here, there are a couple I want to get started on ASAP.
I really enjoyed reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban again. I realised I had forgotten so much of the story, so it was almost like reading it for the first time. Now I know why I liked Lupin so much. I think this might be my favourite book in the series (out of the five I have read).
I started Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer yesterday. I have heard good things about this series, and have been looking forward to reading it for a while. So far it's very interesting. The setting is quite unique, and I have never read about fairies or leprechauns before. It's an easy read, so it shouldn't take too long to finish.
I am also still reading my e-book of The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern. I didn't get to read it this weekend because I was visiting my mother and didn't take my computer with me, but I hope to finish it either today or tomorrow. Look for a review soon.
I plan to start Inside Out by Maria V. Snyder as soon as it gets here. I also have an e-ARC of Cinderella: Ninja Warrior by Maureen McGowan that I should read soon. Now that I have almost read an entire book on my laptop I realise it wasn't as bad for my eyes as I had thought, so I can start accepting galleys that don't have a Kindle option. The trick? Turn down the screen brightness to 60%.
What are you guys reading this week?